Posted by: rifkah6 | March 15, 2012

Fields and Finds: An exhibition of etchings depicting Freeman’s Wood and the Crook O’Lune 17th-30th March

Fields and Finds (at The Dukes)

Doran’s love for the area she now calls home is reflected in Fields and Finds which depicts many local places including the Crook o’Lune at Caton and Freeman’s Wood in Lancaster. Pamela said: “When I go out with my dog, I tend to take my sketchbook or camera. I am particularly fascinated with light and pattern which I explore in this exhibition.”
About 12 etchings by Pamela will be on exhibition in The Dukes gallery from March 17-30.
Pamela has returned to exhibiting her work after a break to raise a family. She uses printmaking facilities at the University of Cumbria and thinks Lancaster’s proximity to the Yorkshire Dales, Lake District and Scottish borders make it an ideal base for an artist.
Edinburgh-born Pamela was brought up in Newcastle and studied at Falmouth School of Art and Design and De Montfort University in Leicester.
For many years she worked as a freelance illustrator and designer and completed projects for More Music, Lancaster’s Nuffield Theatre and the launch of the Tern Project in Morecambe.
The Dukes gallery is open from 10am to 11pm, Monday to Saturday. Please call the box office on 01524 598500 to check opening times if you’re making a special journey as occasionally the space is closed to the public.

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