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PICTURES: Thorpe Morieux exhibition celebrates art and nature




Thorpe Morieux Creation Art and Nature event..Pictured: Lucy Parry and her work...PICTURE: Mecha Morton. (7392204)
Thorpe Morieux Creation Art and Nature event..Pictured: Lucy Parry and her work...PICTURE: Mecha Morton. (7392204)

Hundreds of people visited Thorpe Morieux to enjoy Creation – a celebration of art, nature and the advent of spring.

Visitors explored a sculpture trail and a beautiful display of snowdrops and aconites in St Mary’s churchyard.

Thorpe Morieux Creation Art and Nature event..Pictured: Fiona Camp and her pottery work...PICTURE: Mecha Morton. (7392198)
Thorpe Morieux Creation Art and Nature event..Pictured: Fiona Camp and her pottery work...PICTURE: Mecha Morton. (7392198)

Sculptures had been created with a theme of regeneration, new life and recycling, with creations on display made from a wealth of recycled materials.

The trail led from the church up to the village hall, with artwork by schoolchildren and art enthusiasts.

Thorpe Morieux Creation Art and Nature event..Pictured: Meggan Curry enjoying the show...PICTURE: Mecha Morton. (7392195)
Thorpe Morieux Creation Art and Nature event..Pictured: Meggan Curry enjoying the show...PICTURE: Mecha Morton. (7392195)

Organiser Lucy Perry said: “We have had so much positive feedback from visitors who enjoyed a day out in our special little part of the Suffolk countryside.”

Around £3,000 was raised for the St Mary’s Church Fabric Fund.

Thorpe Morieux Creation Art and Nature event..Pictured: Lucy Parry and her work...PICTURE: Mecha Morton. (7392201)
Thorpe Morieux Creation Art and Nature event..Pictured: Lucy Parry and her work...PICTURE: Mecha Morton. (7392201)


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