Our Narrative Exhibition is currently on at the Highwaymans in Risby. We will be hosting a variety of arts workshops in the beautiful grounds of the B&B and Gallery for our Family Day, Saturday 12th July, so bring a picnic and join in the fun!
Find the Fairy Folk
Our Summer Exhibition opening is on Saturday 5th July, we will be serving drinks and snacks from 10am to 4pm.
The Exhibition Features 12 Artists in our downstairs gallery and many more in our upstairs gallery.
Do please join us to see a stunning collection of work from an exciting mixture if artists.
The Exhibition continues until 4pm Saturday 16th August, we look forward to welcoming you to the Gallery.
Last but by no means least, our final interview for Cambridge Open Studios is with sculptor Edward Parker...
Karen and I loved visiting your studio today. Please describe your working space and what kind of equipment and tools you use.
When it was suggested that we visit Edward Parker in his workshop in Over, we didn't know his wife was a very talented glass artist and childrens' illustrator too! Meet the lovely Althea Braithwaite...
We thoroughly enjoyed seeing you and your studio. How long have you been working with glass?
The Darryl Nantais Gallery in Linton opens it's doors on Saturday 5th July with a colourful and vibrant Summer Exhibition showcasing the work of 12 artists: Sylke Claridge, Joanna Harling, Mark Hearld, Bruce McLean, Magdalena Morey, Elisabetta Mutty, Nicola Ottley, Sarah Jane Palmer, Richard Read, Brian Seymour, Gill Townsend and myself, Sue Rapley.
I am really looking forward to being part of the forthcoming Narrative exhibition, organised by the Cambridge Creative Network. I've been working on some new work over the last several months, with a bit of a departure in theme, so it will be really good to get some of it 'aired' and hopefully hear some feedback from my fellow CCN members, as well as members of the public!
Today we meet Sue Rapley in her Barton studio as part of our series of interviews for Cambridge Open Studios, and find out what inspires her vibrant landscapes...
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This is an exciting mixed show featuring a selection of artists from the Cambridge Creative Network. Each artist has their own unique identity and passion for their craft, which is evident in the quality of the work that will be on display at the Highwaymans Gallery, in Risby, near Bury St Edmunds.
Welcome to the Cambridge Creative Network where we invite creative professionals to promote their work through our gallery, find events and opportunities and network with other like-minded people in Cambridge. Want to join us? Apply here...