SUFFOLK d FISHER THEATRE 10 Broad St, Bungay, Suffolk NR35 1EE DerekRobson. Eight decades of painting and drawing. Jan 8–Feb 2. Derek Robson is 91. His early passion for rock climbing is reflected in the dynamic abstract forms of his paintings and in the simple beauty of his quietly-observed landscape drawings. PV Jan 7, 4–6. Mon–Sat10–3 & from 6 on show nights t01986 897130 24 GALLERIES JANUARY 2018 MAP 14 ENGLAND EAST ANGLIA RUTLAND a GOLDMARK GALLERY 14 Orange Street, Uppingham Rutland LE15 9SQ 20th Century and Contemporary Art. Sonia Delaunay exhibition. From Jan 6. *ad Mon–Sat9.30–5.30, Sun pm & Bhols t01572 821424 b WOODBINE CONTEMPORARY ARTS 7 Orange Street, Uppingham, Rutland LE15 9SQ New Year Show. Jan 12–27. Including works by Patrizia Casagranda, Jeanne Champion, Daniel Crouch, Emma Jackson, Julie Needham and Garry Hobbs. Fri/Sat 11–5 or please telephone to A 4 3 A 5 A 5 A 3 4 A 4 1 A 1 7 A 1 4 8 A 1 4 9 A 1 4 0 A 1 2 A 1 4 A 4 7 A 1 0 A 1 1 A 5 2 A 1 A 1 4 1 A 5 2 A 4 2 0 A 4 2 9 A 5 2 M 1 A 1 M M 1 1 A 1 M M 4 M 4 0 M 4 2 M 6 Norfolk geshire mbrid Ca Lincolnshire Essex Her shire tford Buckingh mshire a ire onsh Northampt Suffolk Bedfordshire LONDON BRENTWOOD SOUTHEND-ON-SEA LEIGH-ON-SEA CHELMSFORD FELIXSTOWE WOODBRIDGE SNAPE ALDEBURGH YOXFORD DISS SOUTHWOLD LOWESTOFT GREATBRAXTED GREAT YARMOUTH WROXHAM FAKENHAM NORTH WALSHAM CROMER BURNHAM MARKET KINGSLYNN SWAFFHAM SPALDING STIVES NEWMARKET THETFORD BURYST.EDMUNDS SAFFRON WALDON LONG MELFORD SUDBURY MILTONKEYNES STEVENAGE LUTON STANSTED WATFORD WISBECH DOWNHAM MARKET KETTERING WARE MANNINGTREE UPPINGHAM HOLT SWINDON AYLESBURY NORTHAMPTON OAKHAM WELLS-NEXT-THE-SEA HALSTEAD TOWCESTER ELY BEDFORD HERTFORD HARLESTON BUNGAY AYLSHAM MOULTON SLEAFORD WYMONDHAM IPSWICH COLCHESTER COVENTRY OXFORD LEICESTER NOTTINGHAM PETERBOROUGH CAMBRIDGE NORWICH e d c CHAPPEL arrange an appt t07980 167404 yorath@woodbinecontemporaryarts. www.woodbinecontemporaryarts. ESSEX c NORTH HOUSE GALLERY The Walls, Manningtree, Essex CO11 1AS Alan Kitching: Letterpress Prints. Until Jan 20. Broadsides and new prints showing the transformation from typographic designer to typographic artist. Blair Hughes-Stanton: The Wood Engravings. Jan 27–Mar 3. Sator by appt t01206 392717 t @NorthHouseGal A 6 0 O R A N G E O R T H S T W E S T S P R I N G B H I G H S T W N O R T H S T E A S T S T R E E T H I G H S T S T A B a b UPPINGHAM Huw Jones ‘Seiriol 3’ Tegfryn Gallery (see listing on map 5) “I am interested in the balance and imbalance of light and the changing patterns and energies I see throughout the day and seasons and how this affects colour . . . the push and pull of light as it comes through dark, and dark through light” painter John Hacker once observed of his work and, as this now sadly memorial exhibition at The Gallery at Hastings Art Forum (he died last summer) makes movingly apparent, it is the central abstract lesson he drew from a ceaseless study of the woodland landscape near his Sussex studio at Etchingham. Working largely with pencil, chalk and watercolour, which he loved over other paints for its transparency, he created wonderfully dense, rich surfaces, which though often actually monochrome in appearance seem to resonate with a profoundly felt sense of colour. Jilly Szaybo THUMB nail John Hacker ‘Light wave - wood’