Mo Jupp – 70th Birthday Celebration Exhibition at the Where I Fell in Love Gallery

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Sunday 23rd November 2008 – Sunday 18th January 2009. Where I Fell in Love Gallery, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire CV36 4AG. Mo Jupp, one of the UK’s leading and most prestigious sculptor/ceramicists has chosen the Where I Fell in Love Gallery for his Seventieth Birthday Retrospective Exhibition.

Mo Jupp bronze helmetMo Jupp is regarded by many as a legend in his own lifetime and his work and teaching has influenced countless sculptors and ceramicists, as well as being acquired by many discerning collectors and without a doubt this unprecedented show will create immense interest in the art world. His works emphasise sculptural form and are inspired by the human figure and small natural forms. They incorporate the mystical, the mythical, the sexual and the surreal. The Exhibition will feature around 100 pieces of Mo’s work, representing his full artists life. Unique castings of Jupp’s work will be made specifically for this landmark exhibition and an exciting limited edition of just seventy of Jupp’s bronze figure sculptures will be made and displayed in the gallery, one for each year of his life. Mo Jupp was born in London in 1938 and studied at the Royal College of Art from 1964-1967. His work is in public collections at the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Crafts Council. There will also be paintings on display by Suzanne Cannon and Dimitar Sarbov. An Equal Music by Suzanne CannonSuzanne Cannon has had a passion for art all her life. Hailing originally from the North West, she now shares her time between the Peak District and The Lakes, providing her with the perfect backdrop of the changing moods of nature and the countryside, for which she has a deep love. These areas of outstanding beauty are a constant source of inspiration for Suzanne who spends many enjoyable hours walking in the high hills, simply experiencing their matchless atmosphere and beauty, capturing memories soon to be transferred to canvas in her own unique way. Suzanne Cannon – Where I Fell in Love Gallery The Shambles, Market Place, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire CV36 4AG Telephone 01608 663809 The Gallery is open 7 days a week: 10.00 – 17.30 Source: Where I fell in Love Gallery and Talking Walls

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