Ceramics at Primavera
Primavera continues to exhibit the highest standard of ceramics from unique domestic studio pottery by Robert Goldsmith, Tony Gant and David Worsley to notable animal sculpture by Jennie Hale, David Cooke and Tracey Whinray.
This July we will be showing new work from Helen Howard who hand builds and Raku fires fine ceramic vessels. Meet Helen on 3, 7 and 10 July 2 - 4pm and discover how she creates these wonderful pots.
Glass at Primavera
Primavera displays the most eclectic glass in the region from handblown glassware by Tim Casey and James Carcass as well as a variety of gorgeous scent bottles by many different artists to stunning tactile vases and vessels by Martin Andrews and elegant colourful pieces by Peter Layton.
This July we will have on show exquisite glass work from Stewart Hearn who uses tradional skills in creating his fine pieces.
Primavera King's Parade
Primavera has a fantastic array of art and craft all handmade and by British artists. Primavera holds a unique selection of jewellery, ceramics, glass, sculpture, wood, silverware, textiles and paintings. We show over 400 different artists' work on three floors right in the heart of the cultural city of Cambridge.
Jewellery at Primavera
Primavera shows the best collection of jewellery in Cambridge, over 100 artists' work including many internationally renowned jewellers such as Malcolm Betts, Catherine Mannheim, Daphne Krinos and Disa Allsopp.
The Cambridge Jewellers Guild also displays their stunning work here in our lower gallery. The Cambridge Jewellers Guild are Birgitte Bruun, Karen Faulker- Dunkley, Nadine Gereson, Deborah Kelly-Hopkins, Janet Powell, Jutta Robinson, Hannah Souter, Heather Stowell and Tricia Taylor.
This July as part of our partnership with Rachel Dormor at Burwash Manor in Barton we will be showing Birgitte Brunn's beautiful jewellery.
Paintings at Primavera
Primavera has a fantastic array of paintings from watercolour and oil to collages and pen and ink pieces. We display many Cambridge artists such as Tess Recordon, Sonia Villiers and Karen Stamper as well as local artists like Dee Nickerson and Nicola Hale.
We are currently looking for enthusiastic Cambridge based or nearby artists and makers that would like to collaborate with the gallery on King's Parade or at our studio gallery on Magdalene Street from now on, throughout Cambridge Open Studios, and afterwards.
We offer an idyllic location in the centre of Cambridge with a friendly inviting atmosphere to work in; or a holistic experience opposite the Cambridge Museum and Kettle's Yard.
If you are interested please contact the Director Jeremy Waller - email@example.com.
On show during Open Studios so far will be the paintings of Naomi Davies and Sarah Allbrook, and the work of the Cambridge Jewellers Guild - new collections from Birgitta Bruun, Karen Faulkner-Dunkley, Nadine Gereson, Deborah Kelly-Hopkins, Janet Powell, Jutta Robinson, Hannah Souter, Heather Stowell, Tricia Taylor and Helen West.