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Annual Sudbury Summer Art Fair showcases more than 50 creators over two-week period


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SUDBURY: Summer Art Fair.St Peter's, Market Hill, Sudbury, Suffolk Julie Iveson watercolour and dot pen Picture by Mark Westley. (13320610)
SUDBURY: Summer Art Fair.St Peter's, Market Hill, Sudbury, Suffolk Julie Iveson watercolour and dot pen Picture by Mark Westley. (13320610)

More than 50 professional artists have their work on show in Sudbury for the town’s annual summer fair, which is taking place in St Peter’s on Market Hill.

Arts and crafts range from original paintings in all mediums, including pen and ink, watercolour, oil and acrylics, to photographs, jewellery, fused glassware, pottery, sculptures, greetings cards and original prints.

Some of the artists are showcasing their skills with demonstrations of their work taking place at the fair during its 13-day run.

Julie Iveson said: “The opening night took place on Monday evening and it was attended by around 300 people, including Sudbury mayor Robert Spivey and Gainsborough’s House director Mark Bills.

“The fair also includes some wonderful paintings by students from Thomas Gainsborough School with work for their forthcoming exhibition, Sudbury as our Canvas.

The fair is open from 9am to 5pm daily until Sunday, July 14.

As well as a chance to admire and purchase the work on show, visitors will also have the chance to enjoy refreshments at the cafe in St Peter’s.



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