Cambridge Open Studios Interviews 2014 - Debbie Hall

We are delighted to start our series of interviews with Cambridge Open Studio Artists for 2014 with inspirational willow weaver Debbie Hall...

Where did your interest in weaving start?

Duke House Summer Gathering - Meet the Artists

Artists from the Cambridge Creative Network will be adorning Duke House at a Summer Gathering on the 4th June. 

The artists that will be participating in this special event are:

Beautiful ceramics by Mariam Cullum

Duke House Summer Gathering

On Wednesday 4th June, Duke House will be hosting a special evening to showcase their boutique B&B, with delicious fare created by the talented Stella Pereira and the opportunity to browse some creative artwork by members of the Cambridge Creative Network.

Burwell Museum - Grand Re-opening

On Sunday 13th April Burwell Museum Trust reopens its windmill, Stevens' Mill, to the public following a year-long restoration.

The museum site will be open to the public from 12 noon - 4pm. Free Admission!

Karen Jinks - New Collection at Darryl Nantais Gallery, Linton

We have a beautiful new collection of artwork from the very talented Karen Jinks now on display at the Gallery.

The work includes acrylic and mixed media on canvas and watercolour paper, both large and small, with prices ranging from £350 to £25. The artwork is delightful, engaging and with a hint of nostalgia.

Ellie Air Jewellery Launches New Italian Inspired Collections

‘Fiocco’ & ‘Roccia’ Collections

Two brand new boutique collections from young British jeweller, Ellie Air, inspired and influenced by the historic city of Florence, Italy.

Open Studios: Jeremy Nicholls

The last in our series of interviews with Open Studios Artists is with Jeremy Nicholls, a decorative woodworker based in the pretty village of Wimbish near Saffron Walden.

For how long have you been making your decorative wooden pieces?

Open Studios: Tess Recordon

Tess Recordon's vibrant jewel-like paintings celebrate british landscapes. I met her at her current exhibition at Williams Art to find out what inspires her...

Your current exhibition depicting british landscapes is a change of subject for you, as your practice has previously focused on far flung places. What has drawn you to visit a more local subject?

Open Studios: Amanda Hall

This week we had the pleasure of speaking to Amanda Hall, who works full time as a freelance illustrator, producing captivating children's book illustrations. We started by asking about Amanda's early influences...

Tell us about your father's creativity in costume making and painting, and how this impacted on you from an early age.

Open Studios: Anthony Hopkinson

We were thrilled to be able to talk to Anthony Hopkinson this month, learn more about his practice and see what he will have on show at Open Studios this summer. His home studio is well set up for him to explore different printmaking techniques.

Tell us about how you have changed your medium from painting to printmaking.

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...