CULTURE CLUB The must-see events around Cambridge this month Arts & Culture
OUTSIDER ART Pieces from Anne Curry, Carol Peace and Tanya Russell will be on display at the alfresco exhibition
Art for Cure DOWN THE GARDEN PATH
Helmingham Hall in Suffolk is currently hosting a stunning outdoor sculpture exhibition, offering a chance to see work by 50 eminent artists while raising money for a great cause. The event, running from 29 April until 17 September, is hosted by Art for Cure, one of the UK’s most successful breast cancer charities, which fundraises for vital research and support services through the sale of contemporary art, ceramics and sculpture. At the exhibition, visitors can enjoy the suspended mesh wire sculptures of David Begbie, Tanya Russell’s bronze stags and hares, Emma Fenelon’s intriguing terracotta towers and Suffolk-based Paul Richardson’s Chelsea Flower Show and Hampton Court Garden Festival pieces, including Falling Leaves. An accompanying indoor exhibition will display works by the likes of bold abstract painter Henrietta Dubrey and Kate Giles, who creates beautiful depictions of East Anglian landscapes. As well as admiring the artwork, you can buy a piece to take home – with 30% of all proceeds going directly towards the charity’s work.
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