Wednesday, 17 May 2017

Everything Will Be Alright at Cheeseburn on May 20th/21st, 27th/28th/29th, 11am-4pm

I am delighted to be exhibiting 'Everything Will Be Alright' in the Stables at Cheeseburn Sculpture during the May 2017 open weekends (20th/21st, 27th/28th/29th).

Cheeseburn  supports artists projects and provides a showcase for sculpture, sound and educational projects with a unique atmosphere where people can encounter the work of new and established artists in the setting of the historic architecture and gardens of Cheeseburn Grange, Northumberland.         

Cheeseburn Sculpture is a fantastic new destination for contemporary art in the North East of England. Our sculpture and exhibition programme for 2017 will feature three curated gallery exhibitions and new artworks and installations throughout the gardens.  

   Joanna Riddell and Matthew Jarratt  

In addition to my installation and the permanent sculptures situated within the Cheeseburn grounds, the May open weekends will be an opportunity to see Cheeseburn's largest commission to date; 'Scurry', an installation in the Walled Garden of 2000 red and grey ceramic squirrels by Dan Gough, winner of the Gillian Dickinson North East Young Sculptor of the Year Award 2016. 

Having viewed the exhibition of proposals from the 12 young North East artists nominated for the Gillian Dickinson North East Young Sculptor of the Year Award 2018, visitors will get the chance to register their vote.

Visitors are very welcome to visit the May 2017 open weekends, 11am - 4pm on May 20th/21st, 27th/28th/29th

Cheeseburn is on the B6324 (Stamfordham Road) 10miles West of Newcastle. 

I hope to see you there!

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