Catch some eye-catching art in the next month
Between 28 April and 29 May, pay a visit to King’s Parade gallery Byard Art for a display of works inspired by the international roots of the participating artists. From paintings to beautiful ceramics and spellbinding sculptures, there will be lots to enjoy at the exhibition, which features a total of ten artists.
Among those showing their work are Spanish artist Àlex Prunés, who paints spectacular cityscapes and landscapes, blending reality and the imagined. Also on display are works by French artist Elisabeth Lecourt, who’s known for her eye-catching map dresses, as well as Dutch artist Gerdine Duijsens, who paints dining scenes filled with bon vivants in vibrant colours.
Local artist Alice Thomson, whose colourful depictions of Cambridge life and landmarks we’ve featured in Edition many times, will this month show her work at Hot Numbers on Gwydir Street.
Working in pen, ink, pastel and collage, Alice creates lively and fresh artworks, featuring bursts of vibrant colour and charming details of Cambridge.
The exhibition, which runs 6-24 May, presents a variety of her pieces which are inspired by our city, specifically, capturing the essence of Cambridge and surrounding areas, focusing on movement, colour and atmosphere.