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The art talent of Ipswich showcased in one off exhibition

Southwold - at sunrise' Copyright Tom Owens 2013 All rights reserved

Southwold – at sunrise’ Copyright Tom Owens 2013 All rights reserved

An exhibition is set to showcase the new, emerging talent in the Ipswich area when it goes on display for one night only. Pretty’s Solicitors is the venue for the show on Thursday 25th April 2013.

Primavera will be showcasing the work art students from the University Campus Suffolk (UCS) has produced and has a seasonal theme of all things new and fresh.

This will be the 4th time that the UCS has held an exhibition within the Pretty’s offices as it provides a stimulating and professional working environment that is ideal to display work that is both engaging and creative.

Paul Dickie, Prettys Solicitors Partner and Chief Executive Officer, said: “Following on from our last three exhibitions of art from students at UCS, I am extremely pleased to say that our fourth exhibition has arrived. Here at Prettys we encourage our staff to participate and support in whatever way they can with local education authorities, for example through mentoring, work placements, delivering special talks to students or providing tutoring support.”

He continued, “We are particularly pleased to be able to support this exciting project showcasing the very best new and promising creative talent from UCS.”

The exhibition is a student led project and shows their capabilities as both artists and leaders.

Curator Tom Owens said:  “There has been a very positive response to the request for submissions to this fourth exhibition from across the faculty. This is no doubt due to the very successful exhibitions we have previously held and we have had to hold back some entries due to the overwhelming response. Hopefully, as the exhibition progresses we will be able to find space for these extra works”.

As the fourth exhibition of its kind hosted by Prettys, there are high hopes that ‘Primavera’ will carry on the success of the previous shows. The evolving talent and increasing momentum from students and faculty insures that this year’s show won’t disappoint prospective buyers.

Join us for a glass of wine and an evening of great art. Works are for sale throughout the evening and a £150 prize will be awarded to the artist with the best piece. ‘Primavera’ opens from 5pm until 7pm at Prettys, Elm House, 25 Elm Street, Ipswich, IP1 2AD.

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