Current exhibition

Calendar

The Gallery at Parndon Mill presents a series of exhibitions each lasting about six weeks. These display a wide variety of paintings, original prints, sculpture and skilled craftwork. Each year an exhibition of works of art in glass by some of the best artists in this popular medium is included, followed by the Christmas exhibition, Present Arts, which offers opportunity to acquire a unique and special present or something new for the home.

The  Online Gallery also presents a wide selection of works of art by artists who have studios here and regular exhibitors at The Gallery. It is a pleasure to look at and all the exhibits can be purchased and can be collected or delivered to your home within a few days. 


ONLINE GALLERY- JOY IN BLOOM
Floral art by artists who each have a very
different approach to the beauty of flowers.








10th February - 27th March
LIGHT AND SHADOW
Prints by Suman Gujral who finds the interplay
between light and shadow fascinating.
Complemented by ceramics by Karen Banks








31st March - 8th May.

UNEARTHED
Atmospheric, vibrant paintings exploring and
celebrating the ancient landscapes of the Outer
Hebrides and Ireland by Deirdre Shepherd. With
sculptural ceramics by Nigel Earle







12th May -19th June

COLOURS, CURVES AND TEXTURES
Photographs by Lynne Blount and Sylvie
Gummery taken at Perry Green over many
months with the kind permission of the Henry
Moore Foundation. These mainly abstract
images, are a celebration of the sculptor's genius
as well as being an art form in their own right.









23rd June - 31st July

WATCHING THE WAVES
Landscapes and seascapes of the ocean and the
steep headlands of Cornwall by Neil Robbins
Complemented by glass by Karen Murphy








4th August - 11th September

GATES and WALLS and CARNIVALS

Paintings, assembled drawings and prints by Chris Seaber,
generated in Series and in Parallel exploring an eclectic
mix of interests realised prior to and during the time of Covid









15th September 30th October

GLASSHAUS +

Works of art in glass by both distinguished artists and
newcomers. This year’s theme demonstrates how other
materials can be incorporated with glass to form an
artwork.






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