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Waveney Springs art collective to hold summer exhibition in Redgrave Church

11:20 09 July 2012

Artists Frances Beasley, left, and Susan Adcock who are taking part in Waveney Springs

Artists Frances Beasley, left, and Susan Adcock who are taking part in Waveney Springs' summer exhibition in Redgrave Church this month.

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Local art collective Waveney Springs is holding a summer exhibition in Redgrave Church from Thursday, July 26 until Sunday, July 29.

Some of the artists, who live and work within a 10-mile radius of Diss, will present work inspired by the setting and Redgrave Church, having visited the building in preparation for this exhibition. There will also be works of art which reflect the more personal interests and inspirations of the artists.

This is Waveney Springs’ fifth year of working together and they will be holding their annual Open Studios in September, along with Art in Shop Windows in Diss and an accompanying exhibition at the Diss Corn Hall gallery.

A taste of the work can be found at www.waveneysprings.co.uk

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