We are very saddened by news of the passing of David Lockwood, internationally reknowned sociologist, husband, father and grandfather, friend and booklover, and all-round lovely man.
Following a funeral service at the Weeley Crematorium, we were privileged to hear many delightful, apposite and fond tributes by colleaugues, friends and family. He will be greatly missed.
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Artist of the month for June 2014 is Paul Rumsey. Paul’s charcoal drawings belong to the European tradition of the fantastic and grotesque, from Bruegel, Goya and Piranesi to Ensor, Kubin and Surrealism.
Paul studied at Colchester School of Art and Design and Chelsea School of Art, graduating in 1977.
He has held numerous solo exhibitions, most [...]
Atulya K Bingham
Ayşe’s Trail, a novel written by Kerry Bingham (who writes under the name Atulya K Bingham), was recently shortlisted for the One Big Book Launch in London.
Kerry, who attended Broomgrove Primary School, Wivenhoe back in the seventies and eighties credits Maurice Britton for nurturing her love of creative writing. She is now living [...]
This month Terry Curling makes a welcome return to the gallery, and we’re delighted to be debuting some new work, recently completed.
Terry studied at the Chelsea School of Art from 1975 – 82. Her pictures have always involved metamorphosis, often depicting hybrid creatures, reflecting her interest in ancient mythologies. prehistoric art and tribal customs and [...]
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