4H+ An exhibition celebrating the creative outputs of the Henderson Family. Left Bank, Tarland. 20th April – 5th May 2012

4H+  

Celebrating the creative outputs of the Henderson Family

20th April – 5th May 2012

Left Bank Gallery

Preview
Friday 20th April
6pm – 8pm

Afternoon event
Saturday 21st April
2pm – 4pm

WJ Henderson started work as an apprentice draughtsman/engineer, age 14 in 1935, at Hall Russell Ship Building Yard Aberdeen and worked there in pivotal roles till he retired at 65.  He and his wife, Anne, devoted their lives to raising and supporting their four children, Brian, Anne, Gail and David and their subsequent families.
One of the special threads running strongly through the family, is an innate creativity that has manifested itself in their choice of studies, careers and personal pursuits in the visual arts.
This creative legacy is by no means unique to the Hendersons, but it has acted as a catalyst to hosting an exhibition which celebrates the result.

This opportunity serves to pull together a visual record of pieces created by our family, for some personal reasons, but mainly as a social insight into what links any family together through the generations.

4H+

Family members

parents:

William James Henderson, draughtsman
Anne Henderson, creative

children:

Brian Henderson, architect
Anne Marquiss, jeweller
Gail Johnston, social worker, mental health officer
David Henderson, lecturer

grandchildren (participating):

Kate St.Clair-Ford, teacher
Ruth Marquiss, printmaker
Duncan Marquiss, artist
Shonagh Bain, Publications and information
Malcolm Bain, biochemist
Sarah Henderson, graphic designer
Christopher Henderson, photographer

great grandchildren (participating) :
Cormac Liddell
Fergus Liddell

Gallery opening hours for 4H+ exhibition:

12pm – 5pm

Saturday 21st April

Friday 27th April

Saturday 28th April

Friday 4th May

Saturday 5th May

The gallery welcomes visits by appointment outside these hours.  Please call 01339881603

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