20 Jul 2016 – 23 Jul 2016

Event times

20-23rd July, 11am-4pm. Private View on the 21st 6-9pm.

Cost of entry

Free admission


Norfolk, United Kingdom


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Part One showcases a rich, diverse mix of four artists’ work, from contemporary abstract painting to fine illustration, art in boxes to installation and film, held in the intimate Yallops gallery in the heart of Norwich.


Ben Bell: I have been painting contemporary abstract paintings for the past few years. I am interested in the primal or pure gesture, and the forms and language that can grow from it, capturing this in a simple and spontaneous way.


BA in Fine Art, University of Northampton; Post Graduate Art Therapy, University of Hertfordshire.

Francesca Goodman: “I am interested in what art is today and what it might be. I employ an interdisciplinary approach to my projects, exploring materials and often using one medium to engage with another medium. A past project has been an investigation of paintings possibilities, drawing upon its history and reinterpreting them in a series of experimental films that both formalise and contradict the Greenberg legacies through a flat pictorial projection.” http://www.saatchiart.com/FrancescaGoodman

Recent Graduate – BA first class hons in fine art, Cambridge School of Art

Rupert Mallin: I presently work in collage, paint, print, relief, make tiny sculptures and reassemble found objects in boxes with texts. My artistic intention is to unsettle the contradictions of everyday life. Increasingly I use and develop some of the techniques of the early Surrealists and Concrete Poets. Through frenetic activity an object or image or text may emerge that seems to have a life of its own and, occasionally, objects, images and texts fuse together. Ideally I work towards fusions between art forms.


BA first class hons (sculpture and Humanities), Middlesex Polytechnic 1983; MA (theatre studies), University of Essex 1984; PGCE, University of Greenwich 1996

Elizabeth Thacker: In May 2011 I graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design with a First Class Honours degree in Fine Art. My previous education includes an HND in Illustration and a BA (Hons) in Literature (which I obtained in 1999) and both disciplines contribute to my practice. I am fascinated with animals and both human and animal psychology. In between degrees I travelled extensively, taught English and worked as a park ranger in Tongariro National Park, New Zealand – where I manned remote outposts in a vast volcanic wilderness. I’ve also hitch-hiked and trekked all over Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Utah and Scotland. Wherever I have been I’ve always been fascinated by the unique wildlife I’ve found there - or absence of animals.


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Exhibiting artists

Ben Bell

Rupert Mallin

Francesca Goodman

Elizabeth Thacker

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