Stableyard Gallery: Impressions Expressed by Ingeborg Neale
This exhibition is a free event and runs from 1 December to 9 December 2018. Open daily from 10am to 4pm.
About the exhibition
Impressions Expressed shows paintings and sketches in a refreshingly individual style of using different techniques and media. Ingeborg searches for variety and changes, so that the creative process becomes more interesting and diverse.
She focuses on capturing the transitory and subtle atmospheric impressions of her environment, showing her interpretation of natural forms and colours and striving for a harmonious composition.
Ingeborg’s work expresses her feelings to the viewer, such as a sense of tranquillity in 'Endless Summer' or a 'Walk in the Park', or memories in 'In Search of lost Time' or 'Going Out'.
She paints in oils and acrylics, charcoal and pastels. For abstract artworks she mainly uses pen and ink and concentrates on the line. Literature and music also provide inspiration, as do other artists, such as the Surrealists and Impressionists.
About the Artist
Ingeborg was a teacher of Art and German, having achieved a B.Ed. Degree,
in Sheffield. She taught in high schools and adult education in South Yorkshire, Croydon and Merton. She and her family live locally.
Ingeborg is an active member of three art groups. During the last decades, she has had many solo exhibitions in and around London, as well as in various locations in Germany and France.
About the Gallery
The Stableyard Gallery is a glass-fronted, airy exhibition space with café situated within Morden Hall Park. Exhibitions are staged here be local and community groups.
If you are a local artist or community group and would like to apply to hold an exhibition in the Stableyard Gallery, please email Volunteer Exhibition Co-ordinator Sarah-Jane.England@nationaltrust.org.uk