Preview exhibition of unique artworks coming to Ely
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An exhibition showcasing the work of a unique group of East Cambridgeshire artists is coming to Ely next month.
The Babylon Gallery, in Waterside, is hosting a Cambridge Open Studies preview event, with the work of 30 members of the collective on display.
The exhibition is running from Tuesday, June 23, through to Sunday, June 28.
The preview will give visitors the chance to view the work of the artists before they open their studios to the public in July.
Wardy Hill artist Nadine Anderson, a basket maker whose work has been used in Hollywood films, said: “The show represents an eclectic mix of artists who regularly meet and share their ideas, many have previously collaborated in joint ventures to promote and exhibit their work.
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“Throughout the exhibition an artist will be in the gallery to talk about the work on show and where to find the artists during Cambridge Open Studios in July.”
Although termed a preview, the exhibition will give visitors the chance to buy unqiue pieces of art and the artists invite guests to pick up any pieces sold in the gallery from their studios at the end of the show.
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The Babylon Gallery will be open from 10am-4pm daily throughout the exhibition. To find out more, visit www.camopenstudios.co.uk