Sunday, 11 October 2015

RPS East Anglia Exhibition at Wingfield Barns

I spent the whole of yesterday at Wingfield Barns, near Diss in Suffolk, stewarding at this year's RPS East Anglia Members' Exhibition.  Wingfield is a wonderful venue for an exhibition, given its large rooms, white(ish) walls and diffuse lighting; but, given its remote location, there isn't much in the way of "passing trade"!  Still, lots of people made the effort to come and see the exhibition, which looked absolutely stunning thanks to the efforts of Moira Ellice (the Region's Exhibition Co-ordinator) and her team.


As can be seen in several of the pictures, Amber (aka "The Dumb Blonde") was also on duty as a steward, paying particular attention to anyone who happened to be eating a biscuit!


This is Moira, looking justifiably pleased with the way the exhibition looked.





Amber "on duty" by the biscuit box.







There was a second exhibition of East Anglian nature and landscape prints by local RPS members in the entrance hall.


A couple of final shots showing the two exhibition rooms.



There are some absolutely superb images on show, and well worth the journey to deepest Suffolk.  The exhibition itself is open from Wednesday to Sunday, 11:00-16:00, and runs until Sunday 25th October.