Join live art duo Jenny Hunt & Holly Darton for a pop-up, interactive performance installation that blends art with the everyday in a fully functioning cafe in the heart of Cambridge.
Printmaking group Inkus are displaying at Windmill Art, a quirky venue in Linton. 'Out of the Blocks' will display fresh work for view and sale by Inkus artists and Susan Jones, tutor at Curwen Print Study Centre.
Williams Art is delighted to be hosting an exhibition by Rolling Structures, a group of four artists from the four corners of England: three painters - Simon Jowitt from Cambridge, Jonathan Lloyd from Northumberland, Matthew Howard from West Sussex - and one potter, Doug Fitch from Devon.
The exhibition features new sculptures and an immersive installation made during the winter months at Aid & Abet.
Private View, Makers Gallery, Thursday 29th March, celebrating the work of Amin Tejani. From 7.30pm
‘Abstractions’ is an exhibition by Amin Tejani. His inspiration for these abstract expressive paintings mainly came from the actual environment and landscapes around him which he then painted from life. The media used in this series of ten paintings are oil paint, acrylic paint and acrylic ink.
Church Street Gallery have recently acquired 17 new prints by Terry Pastor. Self taught, Terry has worked as an artist since leaving full time eduction in 1964. He has won several awards for his work including two Art Directors of America awards.
Cambridge Creative Network are thrilled to announce news of our exciting exhibition, Narrative.
The exhibition at Williams Art is a celebration of the work of the members of Cambridge Creative Network and will run from Friday 23rd March until Sunday 1st April.