Tuesday, 16 April 2013

The Gingerbread Gallery Presents 'Inspired by Hadlow Tower'

'Inspired by Hadlow Tower'

Exhibition of new artworks inspired by the restored Gothic folly.

Hadlow Tower, the UK's tallest folly, is now completely restored and getting
ready to open to the public for one day a week over the summer months. In
response to this historic occasion, a group of Hadlow artists are celebrating
the completion of this local achievement by staging an art exhibition - 'Inspired
by Hadlow Tower'. The exhibition will be held in the 'Pop-Up' Gingerbread
Gallery in Hadlow Square and is on for only one more weekend, on 20 & 21
April open from 10-5.

Following on from the success of their Christmas opening, the Gingerbread
Gallery artists have invited a number of guest artists directly involved with
the restoration of the Grade 1* listed building to join the art group on this
occasion. All the artwork has been created in response to the architectural
grandeur of this romantic 19th century Gothic landmark. 13 artists will be
showing a wide variety of traditional and modern work, in a range of media,
including painting, print, pastels, watercolour, textiles, paper, photography and

Shelley Rose

Stephanie Willcox

Martin Ingham

Karen Bunti

Stephanie Wilcox

Suzie Dafforn

Paul Sharrock

This is a unique opportunity to purchase new, original and affordable artworks
that celebrate a local triumph.

The Gallery is located at Walnut Tree Cottage,
Hadlow Square, Hadlow TN11 0DG.
Opening times - Sat 20 April and Sun 21 - 10:0am to 5:00pm

For further information visit facebook page http://www.facebook.com/GingerbreadCottageGallery
or call Stephanie on 01732 850 240.

Exhibiting artists -
Karen Butti – Devore embroidery
Steve Crisp – Painting
Suzie Dafforn - Linocut
Martin Ingham – Paintings, pastels
Juliet Johnson - Engraved glass
Hildegard Pax – Glass
Shelley Rose – Prints, photography
Paul Sharrock - Prints
Julie Taylor – Paper
Ray Taylor – Glass
Caroline Wetton - Watercolour
Stephanie Willcox – Etchings
Derek Wisdom - Watercolour

For more information about Hadlow Tower visit the website

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