Chris Hurford: Dates and Exhibitions 2015

Dereliction  – a photographic  exhibition

by Chris Hurford

by Chris Hurford

Chris Hurford and Jane  Peet
The  Old  Fire  Station, Bridge Lane, Penrith
25 June – 9 July 2015
Weekdays only: 10am – 4pm

Hutton-in-the-Forest work as artist-in-residence
Dragonflies in the Long Gallery and an outdoor installation on cones possibly from mid June onwards.  Grounds open every day except Saturdays, 10.30am-5pm.  House open, Wed, Thurs and Sundays and bank holidays.

Greystoke  Artspace,   exhibition  with  Thora Talling  and  Heather  Young  and  secondly  with  Janis  Young  and  Caroline  Dalton. 
25 June – 26 August.  Ceramic  installations  on  caddis  flies,  also  spiders  and  later  skin.   Church  is  open  from  10am  until   about  5pm  every  day.  There  will  be  an  open  evening  on  Friday  7th  August  with  drinks,  eats  and  lights,  6pm – 8pm,  all  welcome.

Wray  Castle  National  Trust.  High  Wray  Windermere.   Work  involving  the  Freshwater  Biological  Assoc  and  with  help  from  Sight  Eden  for  visually  impaired  people,  a  plaster  installation  of  algae  with  graphite  drawings  and  photographs  of  water.  10 Sept  until  16 Oct  open  every  day,  National  Trust  charges  for  entry  to  the  castle.  I  will be  there every  Friday  11am – 3pm

C-Art Installation: Carlisle  Cathedral,  a  long  installation  of  ceramic  dead  flies  and  butterflies.   11 Sept until  27 Sept,  the  cathedral  is  open  every  day.  I  will  be  there  each  Monday  and  Tuesday,  sketching – and  chatting.