A feast of great art

A feast of great art

For those with an appetite for great art, Art for Cure is hosting its latest exhibition – Feast – from 25th– 28th September 2021 at Ballroom Arts, Aldeburgh’s newest exhibition space. With the exhibition’s theme of food, and its opening coinciding with the 2021...
Art Station’s launch exhibition run extended

Art Station’s launch exhibition run extended

HERE is the launch exhibition of The Art Station’s new creative and cultural space in the former post office building in Saxmundham. Positive interest in the exhibition has seen its extension until 15th August and it is open on Saturday’s and Sundays from 12-5pm (free...
The value of art is in the marks that you make

The value of art is in the marks that you make

Holly Keenan met with new artist in town, Jessica Oliver, to discuss her art and inspirations Jessica Oliver is a talented young artist who has just moved back from London and bought her first house in St Audry’s Park, just outside Woodbridge. With her...
Landing some relief from the pandemic

Landing some relief from the pandemic

Artist and sculptor Spadge Hopkins shares his inspiration for the stunning Cormorants he has created and which can be seen along the river here in Woodbridge. Back in February 2020 I held a successful little exhibition with another artist in The Longshed, Woodbridge....
Connecting with Nature – Nicola Coe opens her studio

Connecting with Nature – Nicola Coe opens her studio

Hasketon-based artist Nicola Coe is opening her studio as part of the Open Studios initiative this weekend – 12th – 13th and next 19th – 20th June. With two studios – one for her work and one for her husband Martin – set in their stunning wild garden, Nicola’s work...
Blue Sky Success

Blue Sky Success

With only a few days remaining of Art for Cure’s stunning online Blue Sky exhibition, don’t miss your chance to acquire a piece of unique and fabulous art. Charity founder, Belinda Gray says of the month-long exhibition: “We’ve have been amazed at the support Blue Sky...
Evolution at the Alde Valley Spring Festival

Evolution at the Alde Valley Spring Festival

White House Farm in Great Glemham is home of local artist and festival director /curator Jason Gathorne-Hardy, as well as the much-loved home of the arts through the Alde Valley Spring Festival and Galloper-Sands’ galleries. “This year we are taking things gently and...
Artspace welcomes back artists and art lovers

Artspace welcomes back artists and art lovers

Artspace owner, Claire Fried, is delighted to be open and welcome artists and art lovers back to her beautiful gallery. The gallery opened its doors to the public on 12th April as did most of the shops in the Thoroughfare. It felt so good to hear chatting and laughter...
Aiming High with Blue Sky

Aiming High with Blue Sky

Busy as ever, the Art for Cure team is launching its major annual exhibition online on 30th April – 30th May 2021.  The hope is that sales from this event will enable the charity to reach its goal of £1million donated to breast cancer support services and UK...
Bloom Blossomed!

Bloom Blossomed!

Founder of Art For Cure Belinda Gray and team are thrilled to be donating £70,000 to the Blossom Appeal helping the final fundraising for this state-of-the-art new breast cancer centre at Ipswich Hospital now on course to be built and open in 2022. Belinda says “Bloom...
Masterclasses still available

Masterclasses still available

As Art for Cure’s stunning ‘Bloom’ exhibition launches tomorrow (5th March) online, there’s still time to book one of the charity’s fab masterclasses that are running in conjunction with the exhibition. From screen printing to floral design and glass sculpture,...

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