1st July – 5th August 2023
Retrospective Exhibition of Quilt Hangings and framed Fine Art Textiles from Annie’s Personal Collection at The Quilt Association,
Llanidloes, Powys, SY18 6 BY
“Wivenhoe Art Trail”
Review of the 2021 Wivenhoe Art Trail, featuring Annie’s work, by Gallery Tart Reviews.
Short show, 2 days only on 11/12th September 2021
Landscapes and Light
‘Landscape and Light’ Exhibition with Elin Bielecka.
Fine art textiles and stained glass.
The Nottage Maritime Institute, The Quay, Wivenhoe CO7 9BX.
The Colchester and Ipswich Art Societies explore their mutual border, the River Stour, in an exhibition that celebrates the thriving creativity of the region, the joy of making and the enjoyment and well-being gained through experiencing art. The exhibition features Annie’s “Boudicca”, from 24th July until 1st November 2020.
Virtual Summer of Art
For the past 10 years Essex Summer of Art has supported over 160 art trail and open studio events throughout the county. This year, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Explore Essex are pleased to be hosting the first ever Essex Summer of Art Virtual event, which features Annie’s Compassion painting, representing the best of human responses to tragic events.
Art Share Love magazine Read all about Annie’s work in the March edition of Art Share Love magazine
15th September – 3rd November 2019
Oriel Brondanw, Llanfrothen, Penrhyndeudraeth LL48 6SW
Open Exhibition, Susan Williams Ellis Foundation.
6th September 2019
Talk at St. Mary’s Church, Wivenhoe:
The making of the altar frontal.
20/21 September 2019
Open Studios, ACAVA, Old Maltings, Ardleigh CO77RT
“Beyond Plastics”, Minories Gallery, Colchester
‘The Creative Incident at Criccieth” – Y Digwyddiadau Creadyddiol. LL52 ODW
15th – 30th November 2018 10am-5pm
Shared Art and Ideals
74 High Street Colchester CO1 1UE
Exploring familiar and new themes from Central and Eastern European Artists living and working in our community. (Painting illustrated was made by Annie in Warsaw during the fall of the Berlin Wall.)
October 26th – November 11th 2018 9:30am-5pm
War, Art and Reconciliation
74 High Street Colchester CO1 1UE
An exhibition to mark the centenary of the end of The Great War.
6pm Thursday 3rd May 2018
Colne Radio Interview
Annie Bielecka in conversation with Nat Young on Colne Radio (106.6FM) 2018/05/03.
January 2nd – 31st 2018
Over The Sofa Gallery
After featuring in the Cardiff Senedd exhibition in late 2017, Annie’s painting ‘Bendith (Grace): The Suffering of Women in a Time of War’ returns to Wivenhoe this January, accompanied by a powerful text underlining its continued relevance today.
Sponsored by Ann Jones, Deputy Presiding Offices of the National Assembly for Wales, the exhibition explored the impact of war on the lives of women across the world, and told the story of women who have striven for peace. It included photography from the world-renowned photo journalist, Lee Karen Stow, as well as a look at the story of women from Wales’ past who responded to the horror of the First World War and beyond.
In the 100 years since the first world war, how have women felt the impact of war, and contributed to the search for peace? This was the question that the Welsh Centre for International Affairs (WCIA) Canolfan Materion Rhyngwladol Cymru explored in the exhibition: ‘Women, War and Peace’ which was on display at the Senedd (Welsh National Assembly) in Cardiff in 2017.