Two new art exhibitions open at Wingfield Barns
Two new art exhibitions have gone on display at Wingfield Barns this week.
Work from 600 artists from more than 60 countries will be displayed as part of the Mini Print International 2011 exhibition until September.
The founder of Wingfield Arts, Ian Chance, met the founder of Mini Print International, Pascal Fort, in Cadaques, near Barcelona, in 1991 and arranged for the exhibition to come to north Suffolk and is one of only two art venues in the UK where it can be seen. Admission is free.
Work from the students of Rebecca Lyne's life drawing classes will also be on show at the arts venue until August 7. Admission is also free.
The exhibitions and tea shop are open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm and on Sundays from 11am to 4pm.
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Call Wingfield Barns on 01379 384505 or visit www.wingfieldbarns.com for more information.
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