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The work of 10 artists all under one roof

Where: Quenington Village Hall, near Fairford

When: June 15-16 and June 23-24, from 11am-4pm

Ten leading contemporary artists will be showing off their work at Quenington Village Hall over the next two weekends.

The pop up shop is being hosted by Laura Long Contemporary in conjunction with Fresh Air Sculpture 2019, which is taking place in the Old Rectory, Quenington, from June 16 to July 7.

"Fresh Fringe" offers something a little different from the last few exhibitions with mainly unframed work to browse, pick up and take away on the day.

The artists featured are Tom Hammick, Tamsin Relly, Betsy Dadd, Ann Fagan, Jackie Curtis, Stroud-based Alex Merry, Nick Reese, Detta Fane, Catherine Cazalet and Jesse Allen.

Art enthusiasts can head to the delightful Quenington Village Hall to browse, rummage and shop.

The pop up will feature etchings, paintings, wood-cuts, unmounted prints, monoprints, pottery and ceramics by leading contemporary artists, some of whom have gained international recognition for their work, including displays at prestigious venues including the V&A Museum in London, The Museum of Art and Design in New York and Leach Pottery Gallery in St Ives.

Laura Long Contemporary is thrilled to have works by such a prestigious group of artists here in the Cotswolds.

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