Nine artists in and around Sudbury are opening their studios to the public this month as part of an Artists Around Sudbury visitors trail.
They are all opening their studios on June 22 and 23 to show preliminary work, sketchbooks and work in progress, while some of them are opening other weekends as part of Suffolk Open Studios, designed to promote artists in the county.
The artists taking part are painter Sue Eaton, Rebecca Mansbridge from Great Cornard, who specialises in fused glass, wildlife artist Brin Edwards, from Assington, landscape artist Peter Speed from Stanstead, watercolour artist Sandy Larkman from Edwardstone, glass artist Catherine Allen from Leavenheath, landscape artist Belinda King from Assington, sculptor Anna Boon from Nayland and painter Michelle Ranson from Sudbury.
Details of their studios and which weekends they are open can be found at www.suffolkopenstudios.co.uk.
To find out more about the Artists Around Sudbury and the trail, go to www.suffolkopenstudios.co.uk/artist-trails.
Some of the artists’ work is being displayed in Niche Café in Gainsborough Street, Jacqui’s Café in North Street and Number One Deli in High Street, Clare.