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Artists to showcase works at open studio trail

PUBLISHED: 17:30 13 June 2018

Works by John Cornwall will be on display at the Open Studio Trail, which is part of Southwold Arts Festival. Picture: Laina West

Works by John Cornwall will be on display at the Open Studio Trail, which is part of Southwold Arts Festival. Picture: Laina West

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A group of eight artists, who live and work in Reydon, will be opening their studios to the public next weekend.

Works by Philippa Champain will be on display at the Open Studio Trail, which is part of Southwold Arts Festival. Picture: Laina West
Works by Philippa Champain will be on display at the Open Studio Trail, which is part of Southwold Arts Festival. Picture: Laina West

The popular open studio trail will be showcased as part of the Southwold Arts Festival next Saturday, June 23 and Sunday, June 24

A spokesman for the event said: “Between 11am and 5pm over next weekend you will be able to see where their work is created, and discuss the inspiration and processes behind it.

“This is a great opportunity to view a wide range of artwork, in a variety of media including oils, acrylics, watercolour, collage, pastels and printmaking.”

There is free entry to the trail, with no obligation to purchase.

For more information pick up our leaflet from Southwold Arts Centre, Southwold Library, the Randolph Hotel, Barbrook’s stores, numerous local businesses or alternatively you can download a copy at www.lainawest.co.uk

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