The gallery is situated on the first floor and is open Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday 10am-4pm. Drinks bought in the foyer café can be taken upstairs, so feel free to relax in the comfortable sofas and beautiful surroundings.
1 - 28 May: All The World’s A Stage
This exhibition highlights some of the UK’s most interesting fine-art photographers. The exhibitor’s subject matter and photographic techniques include portraiture, satire, the theatre and dramatic rural and urban landscapes. Their images evoke elusive and surreal memories and fragments of the exotic and urbane; beauty in decay, social narrative and joy in the grandeur of the “World’s Stage” in breathtaking clarity. This exciting exhibition challenges the viewer to look again at that which we take for granted.
With work from Graham Portlock, Steve Stoddart, Scarlet Monahan, Penny Morgan, Dibs McCallum (Dibley), Paul Cooklin and Ben Mathers.
Art Open Evening on 3rd May; Josh Reeder will play sax blues and lounge jazz. Aged only fifteen Josh is at County Upper School in Bury st Edmunds and is a very professional and talented young musician.
The Apex Gallery and Ben are donating a percentage of sales commission to the charity that he has set up following the tragic death of his close friend Mimms a young Suffolk woman, involved in a snowboarding accident in Chamonix.
Gallery director, Cate Hadley has been updating her website with all the artist/photographers biographies and previews of All the World's a Stage exhibition which continues throughout the Bury Festival. The site gives indepth information about past and present exhibitions, with all the up to date information about forthcoming shows click here to check it out!.
Cate has also been updating the Apex Gallery Facebook page, with a sneak preview of some of the amazing photographs that will be on sale why not take a look.
For further details please contact the Gallery Director on 01284 758118 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out the Creative Arts East Website here
Dates for your Diary
1 - 29 Jun: 49 & Rising
The artist’s group 49 & Rising have established a regional and international reputation for their range of interesting and idiosyncratic contemporary art. From the 'Quirky nature of Quercus Robur' to the strength and fragility of the human body this exhibition explores an intriguing range of ideas in paint, textiles, word, bronze, mixed media and paper.
Art Evening: Thursday 6 June, 6pm