Museums, events, organisations
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Anglian Potters
Group of potters, collectors of studio pottery and ceramic sculptors.
Cambridge District Art Circle
The society encourages interest in painting, by holding monthly demonstrations and talks, usually given by well known local professional artists.
Cambridge Drawing Society
Membership is limited to artists living within a thirty mile radius of Great St Mary's, Cambridge.
Fitzwilliam Museum
Paintings, antiquities, ceramics and armour. Regular exhibitions.
Kettles Yard
Modern art gallery & house. Musical concerts, talks, workshops.
Open Studios
Cambridge artists open their studios in weekends in July. Website gives artists' contacts.
What's On
Includes Cambridge public lectures and events in museums.

Painting and drawing
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Alexandra Baraitser
Oil paintings and drawings of chairs.
Alison Litherland
Cows, landscapes, abstracts in oils or drippy acrilics.
Amanda Hall
Andrew Winnard
Cambridge ArtWorks
Art co-operative with painters and sculptors.
Carl West
Creating innovative and contemporary modern artwork and exploring the use of colour.
Carrie Ian
Landscapes and abstract florals.
Cathy Parker
Expressive paintings in watercolour and ink of Cambridge, Suffolk and other places.
Charlotte Cornish
Abstract paintings and prints.
Chris Priestley
Painter and illustrator.
Chris Winch
Equestrian artist, animal and wildlife art, and pet portraits.
Chrissie Havers
Semi-abstract landscapes in oils and mixed media.
Clare Wood
Painter, printmaker.
David Cutting
Painter and designer.
Derek Batty
Watercolours and ink sketches of unknown people.
Diana Probst
Portrait, animal, still life and landscape painter, working to commission.
Diana Scarborough
Sculpture, print and drawing based, creating works that investigate people and past technologists.
Emily Jarvis
Painter of portraits and abstract.
Gail de Cordova
Paintings with many layers.
Harriet Lintott (also known as Saddhahadaya)
Oils, etchings and monoprints of the landscape and still life.
Helena Hadjioannou
Abstract, semi-abstract oil psintings and digital artworks, inspired by elemental forces.
Isobel Stemp
Expresionistic views of flowers and landscape.
Jennifer Talbot
Fibre and mixed media.
Jess Sutton
Painter / installation artist.
Jim Butler
Drawings, prints and bookworks.
Jo Tunmer
Oils. Contemporary impressions of American and English landscape.
John Clark
Stories are at the heart of the paintings.
John Wiltshire
Landscapes and portraints. Water colours.
Karen Stamper
Collages and drawings.
Martha Winter
Contemporary reliefs using geological materials.
Melanie Max
Contemporary abstract landscape paintings.
Pamela Marshall Barrell
Watercolours and pastel landscapes.
Rosemary Cullum
Painter, mostly in oils, but also uses found objects and unusual materials for three-dimensional works and collages.
Seb Antoniou
Painter and illustrator.
Sonia Villiers
Acrylic and watercolours.
Tom Sims
Landscape inspired images culled from a selection of landscape memories.
Vicky Hunt
Watercolour, pastel, acryllic or collage.
Yvonne Jerrold
Painter, mainly in oils.

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Cartoon, comics, linocuts.
Curwen Print Study
Fine Art printmaking for all ages and abilities.
David Brown
Abstract and figurative original prints.
Gurpran Rau
Mixed-media paintings, lithographs, etchings and prints.
Jenny Langley
Contemporary textile art and prints, inspired by science.
John Douglas Piper
Artist, printmaker.
Rosemary Catling
Figurative prints.
Saint Barnabas Press
Editioning and print publishing, artists' studios and open access printmaking. Framing. Courses.
Valerie Sims
Fine art prints.

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Clare Crouchman
Ceramics and prints.
Emma Will
Ceramic artist.
Helen Martino
Pots that have become sculptural and play with perspective and form.
Jane Perryman
Ceramic artist.
Katharina Klug
Rachel Dornor Ceramics
Local potter.

Sculpture and stone workers
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Cambridge ArtWorks
Art co-operative with painters and sculptors.
Carol Sinclair
Sculpture and mixed media.
Lucy Churchill
Stone carver.
Melissa Pierce Murray
Figures, animal and plant sculptures.
Pippa Westoby
Letter carving in stone and slate.
Rhiannon Thomas
Textile sculptures using traditional techniques with wire, paper, yarn and monofilament.
Susan Pearl
Expressive figurative and abstract sculptures.

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Crafts in Cambridge
Local craft groups and artists.
Ely Guild of Woodturners
Provides a place for established woodturners and beginners alike to meet, learn and improve their skills.
Local cabinetmakers.
Jewellery made in Cambridge.
Musical Instruments
Making and repairing musical instruments.
Batik and other crafts connected with textiles.

Galleries and centres
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Addenbrookes - Visual Arts
Paintings on view in Addenbrookes Hospital. Some are for sale.
ArtCell Gallery
Located in the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Research Institute.
Cambridge Artworks - ArtSpace
Art gallery for hire.
Downing College - Heong Gallery
Dedicated to modern and contemporary art.
Fulbourn Arts
Group set up to organise and promote arts events in Fulbourn, Cambridge, UK.
Girton College - People's Portraits
Representations of ordinary people from all walks of life.
Kings Art Centre
Gallery and studio open to the public.
People with learning disabilities can learn art and craft skills and making works of art at the same time as having fun and meeting people.
Ruskin Gallery
At the Cambridge School of Art, East Road campus of Anglia Ruskin University.
The Women's Art Collection at Murray Edwards
Featuring contemporary women artists.

Cambridge youth art
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Access Art
Sharing visual arts inspiration. Participatory projects, etc. Including resources for children.
Fitzwilliam Museum Families
Workshops and events for families and young people.
Kettles Yard Learning
Workshops for families and young people.

Courses and talks
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Cambridgeshire Guild of Weavers, Spinners & Dyers
The Guild aims to maintain and develop the arts of weaving, spinning and dying. Regular workshops and talks.
Curwen Print Study
Fine Art printmaking for all ages and abilities.
Fitzwilliam Museum events
Gallery talks, lectures, courses, family activities.
Helen Humphreys pottery
Pottery classes in Cambridge and near Waterbeach.
Kettles Yard
Modern art gallery & house. Musical concerts, talks, workshops.
Life Drawing Classes
Day and evening life drawing classes.
Pottery Courses
Courses run by members of Anglia Potters.
Saint Barnabas Press
Editioning and print publishing, artists' studios and open access printmaking. Framing. Courses.

Commercial galleries
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AKA contemporary
In Cherry Hinton Road.
Byard Art
In King's Parade.
Cambridge Contemporary Art
Offering a changing monthly exhibition programme. Framing service.
Cambridge Contempory Crafts
Specialises in crafts handmade in the U.K.
Castle Galleries
On the first floor of the Grand Arcade.
Extraordinary Objects
Varied collection of all things extraordinary - from the contemporary to the prehistoric. In Green Street.
Open-air Craft Market in All Saints Garden
Open-air makers market in the heart of Cambridge. Check website for when it is open.
Primavera Gallery
In King's Parade.

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Byart Framing
In Kings Parade.
Cambridge Framing Centre
In Sussex St.
At St Barnabas Press in Belfast Yard.