This event runs from 16 February 2018 until 3 March 2018..
- Venue: Belfry arts centre
- Categories: art, Exhibitions
- Upcoming Dates:
- 19 February 2018
- 20 February 2018
- 21 February 2018
- 22 February 2018
- 23 February 2018
- 24 February 2018
- 25 February 2018
- 26 February 2018
- 27 February 2018
- 28 February 2018
- 1 March 2018
- 2 March 2018
- 3 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.