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JUDITH BRIDGLAND & JENNY MATTHEWS
10 July 2021 - 2 August 2021
'Wild Landscapes and Wild Flowers'
Two of Scotland's most popular artists united at Thompson's Gallery Aldeburgh again. Judith's wonderful rich and creamy oils contrast yet compliments beautifully Jenny's deftly painted watercolours of favoured botanical subjects and landscapes
7 August 2021 - 22 August 2021
The ever popular and colourful Terence Clarke is back for another one man show. With landscapes and still lives from his travels in Spain, the South of France and home, plus more than likely, some from further afield too!
28 August 2021 - 12 September 2021
Simeon Stafford was born in the 1950s, in Duckinfield, a small northern town bordering the Pennines.
He was introduced to L.S.Lowry after winning the Robert Owen School Award for Art and the Manchester News Portrait Award, who then became a friend of the family and encouraged him to study art.
In 1972 and 1973, he studied at Hyde College and in 1974, became a professional artist and exhibited his work in mixed exhibitions throughout the north of England and London. His work at this time reflected the gritty northern landscape and characters in what has been called a primitive style.
In 1996 Stafford moved to Cornwall where he met the artists Terry Frost and Patrick Heron, whose colour and light had a great impact on him.
Simeon continues to have successful exhibitions in London and Cornwall.
In 2001 his work was included in the Royal Academy Summer exhibition and in 2003 he became a member of the Birmingham Society of Artists.
18 September 2021 - 10 October 2021
Stephanie Rew (b 1971) is a Scottish painter based in Edinburgh, UK. Her highly detailed figurative paintings are in collections across the UK and Europe and she is gaining considerable international interest in her work.
Stephanie won the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Bursary soon after graduating from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee and since then has had numerous exhibitions in the UK. She curated the first Women Painting Women Exhibition in the UK as part of the WPW (R)evolution movement in 2013. She recently won the ‘Best Nude’Award in 2018 and the FWSD Award in 2019 in Art Renewal Centre Salon, is a finalist in the ModPortrait17 and ModPortrait19 Award. She was a finalist at the Scottish Portrait Award 2017.