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PICTURES: Exhibition showcases artists and crafts makers at Little Hall in Lavenham


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Potters and Friends Spring Exhibition at Little Hall in Lavenham..Pictured: Estelle Westlake with her ceramic artwork...PICTURE: Mecha Morton.... (9695676)
Potters and Friends Spring Exhibition at Little Hall in Lavenham..Pictured: Estelle Westlake with her ceramic artwork...PICTURE: Mecha Morton.... (9695676)

For the eighth year running, talented artists and crafts men and women came together to put their stunning work on show at an exhibition in Lavenham.

The group, called Potters and Friends, exhibit in the village’s Little Hall twice a year, in the spring and at Christmas.

Artists gathered in the historic 14th century house in Market Place to show off their wares and artwork.

Potters and Friends Spring Exhibition at Little Hall in Lavenham..Pictured: Gail Hatley with her work 'Gail's Glass'...PICTURE: Mecha Morton... (9695678)
Potters and Friends Spring Exhibition at Little Hall in Lavenham..Pictured: Gail Hatley with her work 'Gail's Glass'...PICTURE: Mecha Morton... (9695678)

The house is owned by the Suffolk Building Preservation Trust.

Featuring in the spring exhibition were artists specialising in ceramics, jewellery, paintings and prints, textiles, fused glass and mosaics.

There were also weavers, blacksmiths and wood workers.

Potters and Friends Spring Exhibition at Little Hall in Lavenham..Pictured: Jane Rands artist and maker...PICTURE: Mecha Morton.... (9695708)
Potters and Friends Spring Exhibition at Little Hall in Lavenham..Pictured: Jane Rands artist and maker...PICTURE: Mecha Morton.... (9695708)

Members of the group are potters, weavers, spinners, print makers, jewellery makers, artists and a blacksmith who all work in East Anglia.

The spring show took place at the weekend, running from Friday through to bank holiday Monday, with free entry to the house and garden, as well as to the exhibition.

The exhibition attracted visitors who were in the village for the long weekend.



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