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Fitch & Fellows: Putting It Together

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What kind of alchemy is at play when you start putting different elements together to create art? It all comes down to choosing which bits!

fitch & fellows in the Buttermarket are starting their autumn season of exhibitions on September 6th with Putting It Together showcasing Mosaics, Metalwork, Collage and Mixed Media pieces by a group of artists both local and from around the country.

Every piece of work is comprised of lots of different elements and Susannah, owner of fitch & fellows, will be encouraging visitors to look closely to see what exactly has gone into the making of each piece.

Barbara Robjant

"I love watching visitors react, when they begin to look closely, and can pick out all the different things that go into work like this".

Go and check it out! On until the 1st of October.

Annie Sherburne


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