“Lucky calling” for local artist at Gibberd Garden House
Lifestyle / Wed 10th Sep 2014 at 10:58am
“Evocative calling” an exhibition of new art works opened this weekend at The Gibberd garden house, former home of Sir Fredrick and lady Gibberd.
An uplifting interpretation of Harlow as seen through the eyes of local artist Corrina Dunlea includes new drawings, paintings, prints, and images connected to the Garden.
Local artist Corrina Dunlea came to Harlow from Derbyshire in the 80’s to be with her partner who then worked at Harlow Playhouse. After moving away to progress her career in London, Manchester and Suffolk she met her husband who happened to come from Harlow! She returned, they had three children and she continued her studies at Harlow College then a degree in Cambridge school of Art.
Since then she has managed Courtyard Arts in Hertford and for the past three years the Gibberd Gallery in Harlow Town Centre. Her practice continues to flourish in her studio at Parndon Mill, home to many of the town’s creatives.
The exhibition is open throughout each Saturday and Sunday in September 3-5pm.
See thegibberdgarden.co.uk and corrinadunlea.com for more information.