The Artists’ Marquee

Burwash Manor, Barton, Cambridge, CB23 7EY

www.artistsmarquee.co.uk

A selective collective of artists, designers and craftspeople exhibiting annually at Burwash Manor, Cambridgeshire. Look for the Artists’ Marquee in July 2023 as part of Cambridge Open Studios.

 

The group was established by Cambridgeshire-based creatives keen to exhibit their work and provide a platform for other local artists and makers. A supportive partnership with Burwash Manor, provides a wonderful venue in the form of a vintage marquee positioned next to fellow Indie Cambridge Member, the delectable Burwash Larder, with access to ample parking and facilities for visitors.

 

Each year a central team selects a variety of exhibitors from a wide range of local artists and makers. During the first 4 weekends in July, visitors can see work from up to 10 exhibitors ranging from painting, photography, print, illustration, jewellery, sculpture, and more! With something new to see each weekend it’s always worth a return visit.

 

The Artists’ Marquee will also once again be raising money for local charity Arts and Minds which supports positive mental health and wellbeing through creativity. Last summer the group raised over £1,700 over the 4 weekends.

 

Introducing the 19 local creatives showing with us in July 2023. Just click their name below to see their fabulous work (note all the artists exhibit and take commissions throughout the year. Please do contact artists directly with any enquiries).

 

Amy Wormald painting
Becky Convey jewellery
Claire Folkes pottery
Clare McEwan illustration/painting
Debbie Jolliff photography
Debbie Pearce painting
Emily Jolley painting
Emma Malfroy mixed media
Hannah Souter jewellery
Justine Jarman AKA Chilli Designs jewellery
Laura Chaplin printmaking
Louise Hilton painting
Pam Cole painting
Radek Walachnia AKA Cambridge Fantastic illustration
Samuel Souter woodwork
Sara Wilkinson AKA Bourn Pottery ceramics
Sarah Beth Hsieh illustration
Sue Day bookbinding
Timothy Davis AKA Waves of Wood woodwork