Exhibitions

ScribblyRoo exhibits across Norfolk and Suffolk. The listings below show her current and upcoming shows.

Current: The Spring Show

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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.

Current: Drawings at The Farmers Kitchen

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May 2017

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.

Upcoming: Sewn Up Summer

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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.

My next exhibition will be with the Harleston & Waveney Art Collective, staring on 1st May at The Old Kings Head, Brockdish. Make sure to check back for further information or follow me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.