Riverside Arts exhibition in Little Ouse as part of Cambridge Open Studios
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The Riverside Arts group of artists will be showing a range of 2D and 3D art in Rick Forward’s New from Old furniture workshop in Little Ouse, as part of Cambridge Open Studios 2017.
Taking part this year are local artists Rick and Caroline Forward, Jeremy Peake, Kimberley Allen, Jane Frost and Ditty Dokter.
The group will be showcasing original paintings and drawings of people, places, flora and fauna, environmentally sympathetic furniture, sculptural willow work, hand-woven landscape weavings and handmade ceramics.
“All the artworks bear strong reference to the environment, some of them incoporating local materials to create the artworks,” said Caroline Forward.
The exhibition is open July 8, 9, 15 and 16 from 11am to 6pm, and by appointment during the week in between.
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All work will be for sale. Cal 07745 230349 for info.
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