Diverse styles and techniques on show for pop-up gallery at cinema

Cornelia FitzRoy's work is going on display in Aldeburgh

Cornelia FitzRoy's work is going on display in Aldeburgh - Credit: Archant

Painters, sculptors and ceramicists will be among artists displaying work for a pop-up gallery at a Suffolk cinema next month.

More than 30 artists will demonstrate a variety of techniques and styles during the exhibition in Aldeburgh from August 8-20.

Among those displaying work will be award-winning painter and printmaker Meg Buick, Somerset sculptress Felicia Fletcher, and sister-in-law of Andrew Lloyd Webber, Charlie Barton, whose collection includes large scale interpretations of the cosmos.

Norfolk’s Cornelia FitzRoy will exhibit her vibrant modern landscapes, along with Emily Marbach’ layered collages, sculpture by Margit Wittig, expressive English landscapes by Paul Treasure, and the pop-art inspired work of Jack Fetherstonhaugh.

Catherine Cazalet’s pieces are developed though her knowledge of the history and origin of design, while Alice Macdonald uses various etching techniques for her observations of people and their habits, and fine art student Tabitha Steinberg specialises in portraiture.

The gallery will support The Edward Kargbo Trust, set up to raise money for women’s health, especially maternal health, in Sierra Leone post-Ebola.

It will be open daily from 10am-5pm or by appointment at the cinema in High Street. Register at the-aldeburgh-pop-up-gallery.eventbrite.co.uk to become a VIP guest and receive a cocktail on arrival.

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