1 Aug - 26 Sept. It could hardly be more appropriate that this exhibition of unique, stoneware sculptures by Norfolk artist, Jo Arnold, is inspired by abandoned buildings which carry the traces of lives lost or changed by natural disasters, war and social change.
Jo's upright 'figures', with their shells reflecting the body-memory of discarded garments, feature multi-level rooms and chambers which reveal hidden secrets and hint at former lives.
Her ceramic surfaces are treated with slips, oxides and minimal glazing, and she often incorporates found materials into the finished sculptures. The resulting sculpture carries a raw beauty which is rich in texture and meaning.
Prices range from £150 - £850. All works featured in the exhibition may be purchased over the telephone or direct from the gallery.
The exhibition is open on Saturdays 11:00-16:00, and by arrangement. For your protection, numbers in the gallery are restricted to 6 people, and visitors are kindly requested to wear a face mask and to hand-sanitise, before entering.
For all enquiries, please contact Debra on 07980768616.