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Joseph Silcott

Our Mixed Spring Exhibition

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Spring is in the Air and we're celebrating Mother's Day (Sunday 6th March)

Mums love beautiful unique handmade things and we've got a gallery full of perfect gifts for them!

Our Mixed Spring Show at cambridge contemporary art, which runs till 28th March, has plenty to offer. We are pleased to be showing new artists Victoria DawesLaura LaneIkuko Iwamoto and Jill Shaddock. Their ceramics are both functional and beautiful to look at. If you really want to spoil your mum, we also have some lovely floral screenprints by Angie Lewin in stock, including the new 'Honesty Blue'. Or be truly original and get your mum this brand new red dress by Joseph Silcott, which is entirely composed of hand-cut butterflies and is sure to put a smile on her face. Come in and browse our gallery for more gift ideas.

Art for the Heart exhibition

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Whether you are looking for some beautiful handmade gifts to spoil your loved ones this February or just for a heartwarming break from winter, our gallery is the place to be!

  cambridge contemporary art will make your heart beat faster with vivid drypoints of hearts and lovebirds by Richard Spare and delicate butterfly collages by Joseph Silcott. We are sure you will also fall in love with the work of two newcomers to our gallery: Gael Sellwood’s beautiful botanical watercolours and Mani Parkes’ charming Valentine-themed acrylic paintings. Or perhaps you have your heart set on Helen Martino’s elegant ceramic sculptures, Gwili’s colourful heart-decorated pottery, or Timea Sido’s distinctive tangled ceramics. McNeill’s glassware with abstract heart motifs make a lovely Valentine’s gift too, as do Helen Russell’s cute sculptures of clay and wood.

To be one of the first to see all the wonderful new work arriving every day at the gallery, see our facebook page and twitter page