Ellie Sedgwick lives and works in rural Suffolk and has been exhibiting there for over twenty-five years.

After graduating from the University of Sussex, Ellie has been involved in teaching art, theatre arts and drama to both children and adults for the last thirty years.

Since ending her full time teaching career as Head of Expressive Arts at Lothingland Middle School, Ellie has been able to devote more time to creating her own work as well as continuing to offer talks and workshops to a wide range of adult groups with many different levels of experience.

Additionally, Ellie works as in-house designer for Waveney Theatre Company.

Ellie is perhaps best known locally for her work on still life and, in particular, Suffolk landscapes, featuring a strong emphasis on the astonishing qualities of the region’s light, for which she has a great passion.

Less well known is her work on Chinese style painting and abstract art, both of which she sees as offering different yet equally fascinating opportunities to explore space and colour.

Memberships:  2013     Professional Associate Member, SAA
Permanent:Mixed exhibitions:
Swan Hotel, Southwold1985A Week for Women, Lowestoft sponsored by Jarrold and Sons
First Prize
Randolph Hotel, Reydon1985Summer Festival, Westhall2009
Potter’s Wheel Gallery, Walberswick1998The Cut, Halesworth2010
Triple Plea Inn, Holton2010Lowestoft Arts Circle2011
2011Westhall Charity Postcard Auctions2011

Earsham Street Gallery, Bungay

Design Briefs:
Racehorse Inn, Westhall2011Pub environmental designs
2012Graphic displays for pubs
2013Theatre designs for set, costume, posters, programmes

One-man shows:
Buckenham House Galleries
Southwold Landscapes1986
Suffolk Landscapes1987*
Big Skies, Quiet Fields1988***
No Boats, No People1990**
Two Regions:
The Landscapes of Suffolk and The Perigord

Laburnum House, Westhall
Sight Seer1994
Easter 2001

“East Anglia at its best” **

“Superb treatment of light” ***

“Wonderful use of vibrant colour”

“Exhibition of the year!” +

“This is someone who understands trees”
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