Very Ripe Apricots Solo show in the National Trust’s Sutton House.

Very Ripe Apricots
Solo show in the National Trust’s Sutton House.


 Responding to the layers of domestic and legendary in the house the paintings inhabited the dark, polished rooms with their own glowing imagery in strange and filmic compositions. The works were hung alongside the paintings of Mary Beale, a feminist and artist of the 17th century, and the show title is from her  Observations , the earliest instructional text on painting written by a woman.

Responding to the layers of domestic and legendary in the house the paintings inhabited the dark, polished rooms with their own glowing imagery in strange and filmic compositions. The works were hung alongside the paintings of Mary Beale, a feminist and artist of the 17th century, and the show title is from her Observations, the earliest instructional text on painting written by a woman.

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 Very Ripe Apricots Solo show in the National Trust’s Sutton House.
 Responding to the layers of domestic and legendary in the house the paintings inhabited the dark, polished rooms with their own glowing imagery in strange and filmic compositions. The works were hung alongside the paintings of Mary Beale, a feminist and artist of the 17th century, and the show title is from her  Observations , the earliest instructional text on painting written by a woman.
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Very Ripe Apricots
Solo show in the National Trust’s Sutton House.


Responding to the layers of domestic and legendary in the house the paintings inhabited the dark, polished rooms with their own glowing imagery in strange and filmic compositions. The works were hung alongside the paintings of Mary Beale, a feminist and artist of the 17th century, and the show title is from her Observations, the earliest instructional text on painting written by a woman.

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