Preview show at The Mount House

on 13 April 2017.

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preview show 02The hugely popular Marlborough Open Studios is an annual opportunity to meet amateur and professional artists by visiting their studios, workshops or pop-up galleries and seeing their work over the first four weekends in July. The Open Studios Arts Trail, now in its 22nd year, showcases the work of over 80 artists, designers and crafts people who toil away across the county, often unseen, creating intriguing and beautiful pieces. You now have the chance to see a selection of these pieces curated in one place at the Preview Show in The Mount House Gallery from 21st - 28th April.

On 21st at 7.30pm there will be a drinks party to launch the show hosted by Marlborough Open Studios lead sponsor, David Dudley Jewellers. Dudley, a jewellery designer is married to the owner of Marlborough's classiest boutique, Kim Vine and between them they know a thing or two about beautiful things. Recognising the importance of the Open Studios to feed the cultural lifeblood of the town, Dudley has supported the scheme since its beginning believing passionately in the role of art to boost the town's fortunes.

Preview Show, The Mount Gallery, Bath Road, Marlborough SN8 1PA.

For more information about Marlborough Open Studios and the Preview Show go to www.marlboroughopenstudios.co.uk

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