Thursday, 15 May 2014

Malcolm Cudmore News

"Moments in Time"

Tuesday 20th May to Saturday 14th June

  For the first time ever (despite having been together for almost 40 years!),
Malcom Cudmore and his wife Lorry are having a joint exhibition at
The Fisher Theatre in Bungay.

Starting with an evening opening on Tuesday 20th May it runs through to the end of Saturday 14th June, the exhibition will feature Lorry's ceramics, most of Malcom's large coloured pencil paintings on wooden panels and a few smaller works including the framed
"epic" Bungay Panorama picture
Little Toby Dreams of Albrecht Durer
which won the UKCPS President's award
at the UK Coloured Pencil Society 2014 Open International Exhibition.
They would love to see you at the opening evening between
6.00 pm and 8.00 pm on Tuesday 20th May -
where they'll be happy to offer you a drink and a crisp!

If you can't make it to the opening night, the exhibition is open from 10.00 am to 3.00 pm Monday to Saturday and from 6.00 pm on days when there is an event in the theatre. The Fisher Theatre is a well used, multi-use venue and occasionally the gallery is used for meetings and not open for viewing - so it is always worth checking (especially if you are travelling any distance) that the exhibition is fully open before you make a special journey.
(01986) 897130

This year, Malcom was accepted as a member of the Harleston and Waveney Art Trail, a collective of 40 independent professional artists all living within roughly a 10 mile radius of the Suffolk town of Harleston on the Norfolk/Suffolk border.

He  shall be hosting his open studio" at home
over the bank holiday weekend of 24th-26th May
and the following weekend 31st May/1st June.

A Trick in the Tale
2 Anchor Cottages
Wainford Road
Bungay, Suffolk NR35 1TA
United Kingdom

   With most of his large coloured pencil work on display at the same time in Bungay, and limited space at home he will be showing smaller plein air landscapes, figure paintings and drawings and a offering a range of giclée prints, greetings cards made from his original works and his "Yes You can Draw" DVD sets and starter kits.

Don't miss it!

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