Working thematically and by location, from clouds to sea, churches to fields, this course examines how artists have responded to the county of Suffolk primarily during the 19th and 20th centuries.
The art examined during the course comes from a variety of genres and artists and includes John Constable and Cedric Morris. Throughout the day, women artists will not be ignored like Mary Potter, Maggi Hambling, and Peggy Somerville.
A trip out to an important Suffolk location will be included.
About the Tutor
Sue Pownall is an international exhibiting artist producing commissioned drawings and paintings for private collectors. Moreover, she is an illustrator. Clients include the National Trust and Gemelli Press. Sue works as an art tutor and has been giving courses and talks on art appreciation since 2015.
Sue’s art is filled with nature and expressed in watercolour and ink with the natural world and gardens being recurring themes. While realistic in nature, her work represents an interpretation of what she sees.
Check-in is between 1400-1800, if you are arriving after 1800 please advise us, so we can ensure you are advised of access codes, room key location, and room location.
You will meet the tutor at dinner, and you will have your first session after dinner.
Before You Attend
What to Bring
Nothing is required for the course, but a pen and pencil may be useful to make your own notes.
About Flatford Mill
We have four buildings that are used for visitor accommodation. Whilst most rooms are either en-suite or have a dedicated bathroom, there are some rooms in The Mill that share showers and toilets at the end of the hall. If this is
unsuitable for you please make the office staff aware upon booking or as soon as possible.
Please be aware that you are visiting a Field Centre that caters in the main for school parties; the accommodation is basic and dormitory style, but warm and comfortable.
Opportunities to attend this course
Fri 18, August 2023 19:00 - Sun 20, August 2023 16:00