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An event every day that begins at 9:00 am, repeating until 29th September 2019
A joint art exhibition at Fingringhow Wick Visitor Centre featuring Heidi Jukes art works and aerial photographs from Rachel Spender.
Rachel Spender will be exhibiting hand made black and white aerial photographs of Essex salt marshes.
Heidi Jukes will exhibit small ‘OutPost works’ painted on board using visual references from rural sites on exploratory visits to Roman Hill, Essex, to be displayed close to source at Fingringhoe Wick Visitor Centre.
This exhibition is in conjunction with OUTPOST, a project running across Essex funded by Essex Council.
O U T P O S T
OutPost is an artist-led project intended to draw attention to little known and secret parts of Essex. OutPost has grown to encompass many highly acclaimed artists and writers, all driven with a similar desire to unearth a hidden layer of Essex, taking their work directly out into the community using semi-permanent displays positioned in fairly remote venues, as ‘Look-out’ points to revealing pathways to hidden places. The aim is to directly engage the public in these unique and exceptional, little-known locations.
20% commission from all sales will go to Essex Wildlife Trust