Artists unite in Newmarket this Saturday
22nd September 2011
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This art exhibition is unique - not only are the exhibits on display made raw on site, but the finished articles are a culmination of different artists work, organically arranged by Littleport Artist Jane Frost and transformed into Fair Trade art at the Fair Trade Material Matters Exhibition.


Green, economic and imaginative, Frost uses self portraits penned by other artists to form the basis for her recycled blankets, creating stunning images of the faces and feelings portrayed from wood dyed yarn.


Frost uses the Babylon Studio in Ely 3 days a week to create the artworks to exhibit in the same space when not working, so you can see exactly how much time, effort and passion has been worked into the displays.


There will also be talks and workshops on how everyone can work with Fair Trade and how important and poignant it has become in this day and age. The gallery creates a great setting for networking amongst your artistic peers, and so if this is up your street it is definitely not one to be missed!


Get inspired and think outside of the paint box - visit Jane Frost for more details.

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