The Cambridge Art Book: Heffers Launch July 2017

Back in July we were lucky enough to get hold of tickets to the launch of The Cambridge Art Book, a fantastic publication showcasing the works of artists who are very much inspired by our beautiful City. Behind the scenes over the last year, a panel of art and Cambridge city experts selected works from a submission by 51 artists which have now been printed across over 120 pages of this new contemporary book. Emma Bennett, a local collage artist, has created the book with the aim of showcasing ‘the city of… Read More

‘Wander’ by Dryden Goodwin

When I got off the bus this morning at Cambridge train station I stumbled upon a steel plate set within the pavement on which was a beautiful abstract etching of a man’s face. As I kept walking towards the station I noticed more and more, each with a different portrait, intense in drawing style but sensitive in each individual expression. I was on my way to catch a train and so couldn’t stop for long but on my return this afternoon I took my time walking back and having a closer look. For some, the faces were clear to make out… Read More

Cambridge Sculpture Trails #1

​If you are looking for something to do this Spring that involves getting outdoors and exploring the sights of Cambridge (and which doesn’t cost you a penny) then try one of the Cambridge Sculpture Trails.  The weather brightened up a little this weekend so I did just this!  After a browse around the Cambridge Affordable Vintage Fair held at The Guildhall, I ventured out to begin the second of the trails which takes you through the city centre and just so happened to begin with the ‘Doors of the Guildhall’ – pictured below. Upon opening the trail map… Read More