Patron: Her Majesty the Queen (1953-2022)

Honorary Member: HRH King Charles III

Juliette Losq RI gives an artist talk at Sewerby Hall

East Riding Visual Arts Uplift with Juliette Losq
The East Riding Visual Arts Uplift is proud to present an event with Juliette Losq RI, the artist behind the piece Umbraculum being installed at Sewerby Hall and Gardens at 2.00pm on 20 August 2021.
If you are unable to make it to the talk, you can visit the installation and exhibition during the summer opening hours of the house, 11.00am – 4.30pm.

Tickets are free and MUST be booked in advance as numbers are limited. General admission charges apply to enter Sewerby Hall and Gardens (You can buy admission online or on the gate subject to availability).
East Riding Visual Arts Uplift with Juliette Losq RI in the Orangery at Sewerby Hall and Gardens. General admission charges apply to enter Sewerby Hall and Gardens.

‘Umbraculum’, as the artwork is titled, takes the form of an indoor immersive, layered paper based installation that draws inspiration from the gardens and heritage of Sewerby Hall and Gardens. Juliette’s approach of watercolour and ink of paper captures the curiosity of viewers to explore the details hidden in the installation.

The talk will take a look at Juliette’s background as an internationally recognised artist, discussing the influences, both technical and thematic, that run through her work. Towards the fringes of any conurbation exists land that is in a state of flux. Buildings come and go to be replaced or reoccupied by nature. Losq’s paintings seek to describe these ephemeral borderlands. Discover how her practise has evolved over time and how she has developed as an artist alongside.

This commission is a part of the East Riding Visual Arts Uplift’s commitment to showcasing and integrating contemporary art into the region.