1st May to 4th June 2017
The Old Kings Head, Brockdish, Norfolk, IP21 4JY
The Harleston & Waveney Art Collective starts off their ream of 2017 shows with this springtime exhibition. ScribblyRoo will exhibit alongside over thirty other members. Come along and sample one of the Kings Head's renouned homemade pizzas, sumptuous cakes and wide variety of gins while taking the local art scene.
This event will also see the launch of Harleston & Waveney Art's brand new 2017 Events Guide which will replace the Art Trail brochure that has been in use for twelve years. Several of the trail's members have been working for months on this new booklet, including ScribblyRoo who has aided in designing the front cover and several adverts within its pages.
Brockdish Kings Head opening hours are 10am - 10pm Tuesday to Thursday, 10am - 11pm Fri to Saturday and 10am - 9pm Sunday.
The Farmers Kitchen, Alburgh, Norfolk, IP20 0EP
Every month the Farmers Kitchen cafe has a new display of artworks by member of the Harleston & Waveney Art Collective. However, this May will see a slight change to the norm as all the collective's members come together in an exhibition of drawings and sketches. The perfect accompaniment to afternoon tea!
The Farmers Kitchen opening hours are 8.30am - 4.30pm Tuesday to Saturday and 9.30am - 12.30pm Sunday.
2nd - 28th June 2017
Craftco, 40A High Street, Southwold, Suffolk
A small group of artists will be showing a variety of work, focusing on (but not limited to) textiles. ScribblyRoo will be shoiwng some of her latest jewellery creations, inspired by a natural history theme.
Opening hours are 11am - 4pm, Thursday to Tuesday.
2nd February to 29th April 2017
DesignerMakers21, St Nicholas Street, Diss, Norfolk, IP22 4LB
Every three months, the kind creative folk of DM21 open their doors to three non-member makers and showcase their work in the gallery upstairs. From February to April this year, ScribblyRoo's paintings and jewellery is being featured alongside hand made teddy bears by Laura Valentine and woven textiles from Rachel Charmley.
Opening hours are 10am - 5pm, Thursday to Saturday.
26th April to 18th May 2016
The Pennoyer Centre, Pulham St Mary, Norfolk
Every year, the Harleston and Waveney Art Trail have a taster exhibition where viewers can find examples of artwork by each of the twenty-something artists who will be part of the Open Studios trail. This year the taster show will take place a few weeks before the start of Open Studios, so pop along to the Pennoyer centre and treat yourself to a coffee and a cake while persuing our work! Then make note of your favourite artists and go visit them a few weekends last at their Open Studios.
12th August to 11th September 2016
Wingfield Barns, Suffolk
An exhibition of small works, all priced at under £300.
12th August to 4th September 2016
River Waveney Study Centre, Earsham, Norfolk
This show will run along side the well known River Waveney Sculpture Trail which is organised by Waveney and Blyth Arts and The River Waveney Trust.
Chameleon House, Harleston, Norfolk
Each month Chameleon House has a new display of work on the walls by a local artist. In August this year, I will be exhibiting a few of my pieces along side Jayne Wurr of Smithereens Mosaic.
22nd – 28th September 2016
Peter Pears Gallery, Aldeburgh, Suffolk
Running along side the Aldeburgh food festival, come along to see a range of works by the Harleston and Waveney Art Trail.
Join ScribblyRoo and a variety of other traders, artists and tattooists at the 7th annual Body Art Festival, Norwich!
This year's festival takes place at Open on 15th and 16th August. Roo will be selling her latest prints and original illustrations inspired by tattoo art.
From Tuesday 12th August to Sunday 7th September, The Fisher Theatre is hosting ScribblyRoo's debut solo exhibition of children's illustrations and mixed media pieces...
Step into a world of topsy-turvy fairy tale illustrations and mixed media artworks by ScribblyRoo. You know the stories, but everything isn’t quite how you remembered it to be. Is that the Mad Hatter or Prince Charming? And was Red Riding Hood always friends with the wolf?
Curiouser Tales is an exhibition exploring the realms of imagination and fantasy in children’s illustration, with bold vibrant scenes and quirky eccentric characters, from rats with top hats to pirate mermaids!