The East Anglian Arborealists come to the Boat House Gallery.
The National Trust at Flatford is delighted to welcome the Arborealists who will be showing their work in our Boat House gallery by the river that John Constable loved to paint.
This exhibition reflects John Constable’s continued influence on artists working today.
The Arborealists, a group begun in 2013 by Tim Craven, are united because of their love of painting trees. They now have some 70 artists in the group. Exhibiting at Flatford are just eight of those that live in East Anglia: Wladyslaw Mirecki, Lara Cobden, Claire Cansick, Jelly Green, Alex Egan, Buckmaster & French, Tom Deakins and Paul Finn.
We look forward to a lively figurative exhibition everyone will enjoy. All are welcome to meet the artists on 2 September from 6-8pm.
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