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Suffolk Craft Society Summer Exhibition © Dennis Hales

See some inspirational art in Suffolk

June sees the annual opening of many artists creative hideaways under the banner of Suffolk Open Studios. Throughout the month you have the opportunity to see behind the scenes and discover the process that goes into some of the amazing art created in the county.
Lilac Cottage Studio, a peaceful haven in the vibrant village of Rickinghall in the rural idyll of Suffolk is the studio home for Sue a Curator and Art Historian.  You can join a course here to participate in art lessons taught by some of the best artists Sue has had the opportunity to work alongside not matter whether you are a beginner or an expert.
The Penny Bun Bakehouse in LowestoftJonny Spillings loads loaves into the oven at The Penny Bun Bakehouse in Lowestoft
Photo (c) The Penny Bun Bakehouse
Several art trails have been established to link artists who are showcasing their work with Suffolk Open Studios.  The Earth, Fire and Light trail in Felixstowe, includes four artists whose creations include Raku fired ceramic sculptures, glass art inspired by the Suffolk landscape, pine needle weaving on ceramics, seed pods and more, and stained glass art with a difference. See the full list of Open Studios Artist Trails.
Woodbridge Tide Mill (c) Visit England / Alex HareFlour has been milled at The Woodbridge Tide Mill for around 800 years
Photo (c) Visit England / Alex Hare
Image of St Edmund at his martyrdom

Know something we don't?

We have only just scratched the surface with our list and we know there are many more trails and sculptures to see in Suffolk. Let us know which are your favourites via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.