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Waveney success at Suffolk exhibition

PUBLISHED: 08:00 22 May 2009 | UPDATED: 09:41 06 July 2010

East Coast Sunrise by Carolyn Reeder, who is displaying as part of Suffolk Open Studios Showcase Exhibition

East Coast Sunrise by Carolyn Reeder, who is displaying as part of Suffolk Open Studios Showcase Exhibition

A WAVENEY artist has been presented with the Great Art Award at Suffolk Open Studios Showcase Exhibition.

Annie Rice, from Henstead Studios, was the overall winner, while fellow Waveney artists Susan Holmes and Carolyn Reeder were runners up.

A WAVENEY artist has been presented with the Great Art Award at Suffolk Open Studios Showcase Exhibition.

Annie Rice, from Henstead Studios, was the overall winner, while fellow Waveney artists Susan Holmes and Carolyn Reeder were runners up.

A total of 135 artists from across the county have descended on Blackthorpe Barn, near Bury St Edmunds, to display their work at Suffolk Open Studios Showcase Exhibition.

Until Monday, the exhibition offers a taster of what each participating studio will be displaying during June.

There are 19 studios within the Waveney area and free brochures highlighting their work are currently available in galleries, Art About Town sites and information centres.

Art About Town displays are now in place at Lowestoft Arts Centre displaying Holmes, Jennie Wild and Reeder's pottery and glass, while Pater Farrington's photographs are at Martello's Coffee House, at Sparrow's Nest, and The Thatch, in Kirkley Cliff, all in Lowestoft. Photography, by Catherine Lindsay Davies, is at Fanny Hides, in Southwold, and Pakefield participants Michaela Barber and Clare Dowson are on display at the Ferini Gallery.

A new local art trail called Waveney ArtScene is being launched in September. For more information call 01502 730781.

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