1. ‘Nature at its best’: unique interpretations of the natural world around us’, May 10th-16th, The Garage Gallery, Aldeburgh, Suffolk IP15 5AQ
Unique interpretations of the natural world around us by four East Anglian Artists: Gillian Plummer's photography, Cyndi Speers paintings, Naomi Brangwyn's glasswork, Carol Pask's stoneware and porcelain ceramics.
2. ‘Hidden Beauty … the secret life of flowers ', May 17th – 23rd 2018, The Quay Gallery, Snape Maltings, Suffolk IP17 1SP
Gillian Plummer's flower images, Jenny Madden’s (Lady Whincups Flower Farm) floral displays, Jenny Windle’s fine art pastels drawings.
FINISHED 'Colour and Light', March 22-28th, Artspace, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP12 1AL.
Gillian Plummer's award winning plant images, Cyndi Speer's dream-like paintings, Carol Pask's exquisite stoneware and porcelain ceramics.
1. INTERNATIONAL GARDEN PHOTOGRAPHERS' EXHIBITION OF AWARD WINNERS, AUTUMN 2017
2. 'POP-UP EXHIBITION, WALBERSWICK VILLAGE HALL, WALBERSWICK SUFFOLK, AUGUST 12 TH TO 14 TH
3. 'NATURE AT ITS BEST ....' THE GARAGE GALLERY' ', ALDEBURGH SUFFOLK IP15 5AQ,,
May 11 TH to 17 TH, 2017
My 'Photographer of the Year’, Garden Media Guild Award winning images will be on view
My Callestemon, which has been 'Commended' in 'The International Garden Photography Awards', August 2016, will be on show.
2. THE QUAY GALLERY SNAPE MALTINGS SUFFOLK, February 12th - 18th 2016.
MIXED MEDIA EXHIBITION: Gillian Plummer (Photography) Louise Mock (Ceramics) John Barker (Oil paintings)
Moring dew - Moss (brachythecium
3. WINNING IMAGE in the INTERNATIONAL GARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS on exhibition at the ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS, KEW, February 6th - 13th 2016.
1. EXHIBTING AT THE NEW 'GALLERY 74', WOODBRIGE SUFFOLK 3rd - 22nd AUGUST 2015
2.EXHIBITING AT NATIONAL TRUST SUTTON HOO 13th - 27th AUGUST 2015
3. WINNING IMAGES in the INTERNATIONAL GARDEN PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS on exhibition at the ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS, KEW, February 14th - April 5th 2015.
3. THINK SPRING - MIXED MEDIA EXHIBITION, THE QUAY GALLERY SNAPE MALTINGS SUFFOLK, February 13th - 19th 2015.
THE QUAY GALLERY, SNAPE MALTINGS, SUFFOLK - COME AND SEE US
2. Currently Featured Photographer, Flowerphotos inspiring collections http://www.flowerphotos.com/
1. CHELSEA LONDON PARALLAX 'ART' FAIR, October 18th to 19th, 2013
2. RSPB MINSMERE, 'EXTINCTION ALERT ', September 28th to 29th, 2013
Humans pose the greatest threat to nature. Three years into the United Nations Decade on Biodiversity, the ground breaking ‘State of Nature Report’ launched by David Attenborough shows that nature is in trouble, and 60% of UK species are threatened with extinction. Human beings are intricately part of the biological web. There is a cyclical interconnectivity to these losses. The loss of 97% of lowland semi-natural grass, 20% of chalk grassland and thousands of miles of hedgerows (a result of intensive agriculture) has led to the decline of wildflowers. Consequently the inter-dependence between flowers and pollinating insects, and their survival, has been severely affected.
The exhibition conveys, through photography, ceramics, painting and pastels response to the problem, and provoke questions as to what we, as individuals, can do
3. NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDENS, May 18th to 6th September , 2013', 'NATURE'S PHARMACY '
Plants that have medicinal uses
Allium 'Purple sensation' Opium poppy Papaver Somniferum Bronze Fennel Foeniculum vulgare 'Purpureum'
4. NATIONAL TRUST SUTTON HOO, 25th July- 8th August, SPIRIT
The plants that we see now have their origins, 'spirit', in ancient times.
1. NATIONAL TRUST SUTTON HOO, 3rd to 19th AUGUST 2012, UN-EARTHED
A photographic display of Saxon herbal plant remedies
Cyclamen hederafolium remedy, e.g. “In the case that a mans hair fall off, take this same wort and put it into the nostrils.”
Herbs were the medicine in the Middle Ages along with a mix of magical and spiritual rituals. In Old English medical vocabulary healing herbs are called leech worts. 'Leech' means 'healer' and 'wort' means 'plant'.
Saxon herbal medicine is based on the alleviation of specific symptoms as they manifest themselves. Remedies are rarely preventative. A single plant can have multiple uses and a variety of names.
2. BLACKTHORNEBARN SUFFOLK, 25TH MAY - 5TH JUNE 2012
3. MY OPEN STUDIO WITH LOUISE MOCK'S CERAMICS, 2ND - 3RD JUNE 2012. Find location on http://www.suffolkopenstudios.co.uk/artists/suffolk-coastal/gillian-plummer/
1. PETER PEARS GALLERY ALDEBURGH SUFFOLK, 2ND - 7TH DECEMBER 2011
2. SMITHS ROW SUFFOLK SHOWCASE, 16TH JULY - 3RD SEPTEMBER 2011
This work, 'The Human Touch', is a reaction to what I feel about the large and diverse number of living creatures that are unnecessarily killed on local, rural roads. I have let the images speak for themselves.
3. MINSMERE RSPB SUFFOLK, AUGUST 2011
A range of close-up photographs of insects and wild and cultivated plants on exhibition throughout August.
4. NATIONAL TRUST SUTTON HOO / SUFFOLK OPEN STUDIO, AUGUST 2011
For this exhibition, I have selected a variety of plants and highlighted their use in Anglo-Saxon medicinal remedies,
e.g. Fennel - Foeniculum vulgare.
This work builds on early work that was published as an Herbology Calendar by Infocado.
5. ROYAL WEST ACADEMY OF ART
- National Trust Sutton Hoo Suffolk
- Galleryviolet Dedham Essex
- Royal Botanical Gardens Kew, 'International Garden Photographer of the Year Awards'
- RHS Wisley 'Picture Gardens'
- Bedales Gallery Surrey 'Solo Exhibition'
- Medici Gallery Mayfair 'RHS Awards'
- Pond Gallery Snape Suffolk