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Burwash Manor will play host to the Artists' Marquee again this July - with 18 local artists exhibiting their work over the course of all four Open Studio weekends in July. The exhibition will be open from 10am until 6pm. The exhibition is affiliated with Cambridge Open Studios, bringing art to everyone.

ANDY WINNARD - painter

Andy is a popular local artist working in a variety of media, using vivid colours in both abstract and figurative styles. “When I paint something I try to identify its dramatic qualities and bring them to the fore. A simple angle of light or shadow can transform a scene or object from something ordinary into something striking and memorable.” Working mainly with acrylics and oils on canvas, he often arrives at the final picture through a gradual process of building and scraping away layers. Andy's work has been exhibited widely in the UK and abroad.

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LUCY LANGFORD - painter

Lucy's artist training includes a BA Honours degree from the University of Kent, PGCE in Design from Brunel University and painting tuition at London St Martins. Her acrylic paintings and prints are from various collections, in the main produced whilst attending a course at London Central St Martins. The main body of work seeks to examine the world between imagination and reality. Emotional, spiritual and metaphysical States of mind are reflected in these expressive and vibrant paintings. Additional acrylic floral paintings and prints are available. In additional to the paintings and prints a range of handmade cards are also available. Card designs include images of Lucy's paintings and a range of distinctive pen designs.

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HEATHER STOWELL - jeweller

Heather designs and makes her own individual styles, including her exciting 'unique button' collection. This work is inspired by her love of old buttons combined with her interest in contemporary design. Heather selects buttons and designs to accentuate their individual qualities and character, such as their colour, their texture, what they are made from, or just their eccentricity. The buttons are set by hand in sterling silver, and are a lovely way to preserve the fine workmanship in old buttons. Heather is able to be commissioned to set clients 'own' buttons, whether to make a special family piece, or keep sake, or to create a truly personal gift for a birthday or wedding. Each and every design is completely unique.

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HANNAH SOUTER - jeweller

Inspired by the beauty and delicate structures found in the natural world, Hannah hand makes sculptural jewellery predominantly in silver and 18ct gold. Hannah hand press forms and individually fabricates each unit combining subtle surface textures and contrasting finishes to create unique pieces of fine jewellery.

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BECKY CONVEY - jeweller

Becky has been making jewellery as a hobby for over 15 years, showing her work in galleries in Cambridge and Ely. She combines different coloured precious and semi-precious gemstones with pearls and silver beads. The gemstones come from all over the world. Sometimes she chooses to travel and source them herself, otherwise she buys from reputable collectors and dealers. Becky's distinctive style is achieved using techniques of reticulation, etching, oxidation and gold leafing. The blending of colour, texture and shape within each piece, be it a necklace or earrings, results in jewellery that is tactile and enduringly beautiful. Most of her pieces are one offs, though some are repeatable.

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ROWLAND PENFOLD - woodturner

Rowland's woodturning has a strong emphasis on the shape and form of bowls. He uses primarily local home-grown timbers and where possible uses the equivalent of 'botanical roadkill' - using timbers that perhaps others might reject. This is both environmentally sound and provides timbers from which unique pieces can be crafted. A feature of Rowland's work is the addition of other materials such as rope, leather and a variety of metals.

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EDEL HOPKIN - bookbinder

Edel is a Cambridge based bookbinder and teacher who brings a modern approach to a traditional craft, fusing funky materials with medieval styles. Edel's popular classes are designed to ensure you get great results repeatable at home. Demonstrations throughout the day.

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DEBBIE JOLLIFF - photographer

Debbie is a fine art photographer based in Norfolk. She creates simple, elegant, thought provoking imagery inspired by flowers, landscapes, travel and the great outdoors. All of Debbie's fine art prints are lovingly produced with the highest quality materials and always with the environment in mind, from where her journey's inspiration begins.

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JESS GOODE - illustrator

Jess is an illustrator who specialises in creating imaginative watercolour paintings and cards.

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EMMA MALFROY - illustrator

Emma's paintings, prints and illustrations explore images of animals, landscapes, gardens and place, with a sense of atmosphere and the narrative. She loves to experiment with pattern and mediums to create hand collaged papers that she layers into the images.

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ANDY MCKENZIE - printmaker

Andy is a Cambridge based printmaker who produces bold images based on everyday objects and things. These images are then printed on paper, as limited edition prints, hand made cards, fabric items and on ceramics.

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KATE HEISS - printmaker

Katie is inspired by her love of nature especially flowers, birds, moths and butterflies. Her prints have distinctive botanical and organic images developed in the style of Textile Designs. She creates prints with floral, geometric patterns and bold colours intertwined with local landscapes of Cambridgeshire, Spain and Norfolk. She works in a variety of Printmaking techniques including Linocut, Chine Collé, Collagraph, Screenprint and Collage. Often her works combine more than one technique making her collection of handmade prints truly unique.

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LAURA CHAPLIN - mixed media artist

Laura Chaplin is a mixed media artist and teacher of art. She practises in the use of printing, dying, colour removal and lamination techniques to create multi-layered artworks. They range in size from large canvas backed pieces or free hanging panels to tiny, fragile, transparent works encased in acrylic blocks.

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PAMELA COLE - mixed media artist

Pam lives in the Cambridgeshire Fens, where she draws and paints exploring different media making portraits of the wildlife friendly gardens, small houses and animals and insects found there. Seaside holidays in East Anglia have also inspired intimate landscapes.

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LIZZY MCCAUGHAN - printmaker

Lizzy is mad about 1950s, '60s and '70s textile design, especially the colours and stylised patterns of the mid twentieth century. Family pets and domestic life inspire her own creations, which are rooted in the everyday and useful. Needle books and pincushions, jam pot covers, pot holders and cushions, screen printed in a range of cheerful contemporary colours, evoke a sense of rural comfort suitable for urban as well as country kitchens.

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SARA PAYNTER - potter

Sara makes domestic pottery in simple utilitarian shapes using terracotta and white clay. Her work is defined by its lively colourful surfaces. Contrasting areas of decoration are created with sharp divisions, suggesting a revealing or concealing movement of one surface over another. She uses traditional English slipware techniques for surface decoration.

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ANDREA VAN KLEEF - potter

Andrea is a potter living and working in a Cambridgeshire village, lucky enough to have a wonderful studio in her garden. She mainly makes functional pieces from both stoneware and red earthenware clay, using a variety of slips and glazes for decoration. Andrea also makes some more decorative pieces such as buttons and brooches using porcelain. She is a member of Anglian Potters and an Associate Member of the CPA (Crafts Potters Association).

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RANDELLA HILLS - potter

Randella uses a variety of clays to produce mainly functional pieces. Surface designs are then created using a range of slips, oxides and glazes.

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