Five viewpoints on a landscape
Paintings by Chloe Fremantle, Sculptures by Helen Pailing and Ceramics by Megan Randall
16-24 April 2016
In View presents works by artists recently associated with VARC making works at Highgreen in the Northumberland National Park. The exhibition draws its inspiration from the vast moorland landscape and the objects found within it through the mediums of painting, sculpture and ceramics.
On Saturday 23 April please join us for an afternoon of talks, events and a Private View of the exhibition.
Exhibition dates: Saturday 16- Sunday 24 April 2016 Sa t& Sun-11-5pm Weekdays 12-4pm
Works on canvas and paper: patterns, movement and colour inspired by times spent at Highgreen drawing and painting in 2013-2014 (http://www.chloefremantle.com)
Helen was VARC artist in residence in 2013-14 and remained living and working for another 18 months. The artist will show some new sculptural peices and objects made from everyday materials using stitch and glass (http://www.helenpailing.com)
Ceramic pieces installed in the landscape and outbuildings. Made during a month-long residency at Highgreen funded by The Sill:National Landscape Discovery Centre and Arts Council England
Event: Saturday 23 April 2016 2-7pm
Zoe Childerley: Open Studio: 2 - 4pm.
Opportunity to find out about Zoe’s arts practice and interests, and meet her as she starts her six months as VARC Artist in Residence. (www.zoechilderley.co.uk)
Karen Rann: Activity: 4 - 5pm. Artist’s talk: 5 - 5.30pm. A practical on the ground activity to take part in, and work in progress on her project Great Lines; researching the history of contour lines and making artwork in response. Funded by Arts Council England and VARC.
Exhibition and all spaces on site open: 5.30 - 7.30pm.
View artwork and meet artists. Refreshments provided, all welcome.