#CambsCreativeTreasures | May 2016

Our last #CambsCreativeTreasures post was published back in January and we are looking forward to sharing more content with you today and in the future! We are really pleased to see more and more people getting involved – especially the local artists, designers and makers who have been sharing their latest works and exhibitions. Do follow the tag on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook for discoveries of local artworks and handmade creations. If you are an artist, designer or maker from Cambridgeshire then please do join in – we could be sharing your work in our next post!

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  • Ely based artist Jane Fellows (@FellowsJane) shared her new designs earlier on this year:

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  • The Trove‘s David Stott shared this image of one the Herons he discovered on Mill Road in Cambridge:

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  • Cambridge based designer-maker Sara (@InfoStuffbysara) – who creates handmade cards for special occasions – shared her origami dress card:

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  • Contemporary artist and Cambridge Open Studios member Clare Crouchman (@ClareCrouchman) shared her work on display at the last Affordable Art Fair in London:

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  • Artist, illustrator and urban sketcher Agnes Szmat (@agnes_szmat) shared this beautiful sketch at Pembroke College in Cambridge:

 

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  • Artist and Illustrator Shane Swann (@SwannShane) shared his work in progress – 30 hours in – of the Great Auk:

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  • Landscape artist Sue Rapley (@suerap_art) is currently exhibiting works at VK Gallery in St Ives, she shared her work Majestic Surf I which will be on display as part of the Coastal Exhibtion from 6th – 28th May 2016:

 

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We hope that you like this post series and discover something new from the tag! Other tags we are following at the moment include #daphnerosainbloom, #wemakecollective and #createeveryday. An account you may like to follow is that of Cambridge street photographer Martin Bond – he has posted a portrait photograph from Cambridge every day since 2010 and is now sharing his work on Instagram: A Cambridge Diary

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