This event finished on 03 March 2018.
The Belfry Centre has given Bev Broadhead exclusive use of its hall for four days to paint in response to the repetitive sounds of a cello.
The cello sounds will be spontaneous and created in private specifically for this experimental project.
The experimental project sealed into a tree – paint cello, will be seen as a body of painted work – a pared down, raw expression – involving sound and vision in the making , but with the viewer experiencing the visual response only in the subsequent exhibition.
Being time specific, sealed into a tree – paint cello, will challenge the artist’s physical limitations and how these are overcome in the creative process.
An ‘exploration of non-intention’ (John Cage)
An opening event at the Belfry Centre, with bar, will be held on Friday 16 February from 5-8pm, and Bev will be available on Sunday 18 February, 11-3pm to chat about the work.
The work can be viewed at normal opening times from Friday 16 February to Saturday 3 March inclusive.
Bev Broadhead is an artist based in Cromer. She has an MA in Fine Art and exhibits nationally.