Artist ‘thrilled’ to follow in Banksy’s footsteps at top event

Gabriella Buckingham, whose work has been selected for the prestigious Art Fair East.Photo: submitte

Gabriella Buckingham, whose work has been selected for the prestigious Art Fair East.Photo: submitted - Credit: Archant

A north Norfolk-based artist will be following in the footsteps of internationally renowned names including street artist Banksy and German sculptor Nando Kallweit, when she exhibits her work at one of the UK's top art fairs.

Oranges and Lemons, by Gabriella Buckingham, whose work has been selected for the prestigious Art Fa

Oranges and Lemons, by Gabriella Buckingham, whose work has been selected for the prestigious Art Fair East.Photo: submitted - Credit: Archant

Gabriella Buckingham, who lives at North Walsham, will be taking a selection of her abstract and semi-abstract paintings to Art Fair East, which, since being founded five years ago by Norwich-based artists Will Teather and Brian Korteling, has become one of the leading events of its kind in the country.

Gabriella, who has worked as a professional illustrator since graduating from art college in the early 1990s, will be showing work inspired by "a sense of place movement, colour and light".

Under the Moon, by Gabriella Buckingham, whose work has been selected for the prestigious Art Fair E

Under the Moon, by Gabriella Buckingham, whose work has been selected for the prestigious Art Fair East.Photo: submitted - Credit: Archant

She said: "Art Fair East will be a chance to reach new audiences with my work and to be showing in a fair that has already exhibited international names is quite a thrill."

Art Fair East runs from November 29-December 1. For more information, visit www.artfaireast.com

Vessels, by Gabriella Buckingham, whose work has been selected for the prestigious Art Fair East.Pho

Vessels, by Gabriella Buckingham, whose work has been selected for the prestigious Art Fair East.Photo: submitted - Credit: Archant


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