Jewelry and art. Early signs of spring are showing at Primavera at the moment; a brilliant bed of daffodils and primroses are currently enjoying the sunshine just outside the gallery. King’s College chapel is also looking glorious in the sunshine, making this a perfect time to visit Cambridge!
We’ve been very interested to see the buzz around Kettle’s Yard’s new exhibition on the life and work of Ben and Winifred Nicholson. These two artists are key in the history of British art, a subject very close to our own heart, and they have created some stunning paintings and drawings, which we, personally, can’t wait to see!
So if you are in Cambridge, either enjoying the brighter weather or to take in some of the wonderful culture on offer, don’t forget to call into Primavera. We’ve got great new work from jeweller Xuella Arnold, consisting of small house pendants incorporated into bracelets, necklaces and earrings. Xuella’s other work has a very natural feel to it, depicting small animals and plants, so it is great to see how her style is developing. Her new work starts from just £60.
Glass artist Frans Wesselman has brought in some of his new, stunning stained glass panels, which are hanging in the window, catching the light. They are beautifully etched with figures and landscapes, and would look lovely hanging on their own or as part of a larger window. The panels start from £175.
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