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I have a great summer lined up!  This year, Cambridgeshire artists will be able to open their studios for everyone to visit once again (even if we might have to limit numbers still), and I am proud to be a part of the "Edge of the Fens" exhibition in the Babylon Gallery, Ely- scroll down to see details.

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Edge of the Fens
Thursday 17 June-Sunday 11 July

To live on the edge of the fens is to find yourself always tipping into the open.  Vast skies, chequerboard fields and waterways that seem to hold it all together- they are at once both familiar and intensely strange.

In this exhibition, Annie Brown, Ruth E Blundell, Di Cope and Annie Neild explore the light, line, and texture of the fens that form a backdrop to their everyday lives.  Featuring paintings on canvas, wood, and paper, felted textile works and drawings on fabric, Edge of the Fens offers a variety of perspectives on the unique and wonderful landscape of the local area.

Free entry.  All welcome.  Tues-Sun; 12-4PM.

This exhibition is as part of Ely Arts Festival 2021 programme.  For more information visit www.elyartsfestival.org

Babylon Gallery,

Waterside, Ely. CB7 4AU

www.babylonarts.org.uk

Cambridge Open Studios

Di Cope Art will be studio 106 in the 2021 Cambridge Open Studios guide.

 

The 2021 Cambridge Open Studios will take place over the first four weekends of July (3rd-4th, 10th-11th, 17th-18th and 24th-25th) NOTE that I only open for the first THREE weekends of July! 

 My studio will be open between 11am and 6pm on both Saturday and Sunday.

My studio will open according to Covid regulations at the time, but I will ask visitors to wear a face covering, and to use the hand sanitiser at the door when entering and leaving.  

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