Tiny artwork and the Red Barn

The dolls house art display Ludicrously Small Art Gallery, which will go on show agt the Edmund Gallery in Bury St Edmunds
The dolls house art display Ludicrously Small Art Gallery, which will go on show agt the Edmund Gallery in Bury St Edmunds
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Artwork in miniature is on display in it very own exhibition space - a dolls house. The Ludicrously Small Art Gallery showcases tiny pieces of work made by more than 50 artists and is part of an exhibition at The Edmund Gallery, Bury St Edmundsd which opens on Saturday March 1.

Ways of Lookingpresent a range of paintings, prints and drawings from local makers.

Sara Muzira from Bury St Edmunds present work inspired by the display on the Murder at the Red Barn in Moyse’s Hall Museum while her mother Beryl Tilley, 84, has produced lino cuts reflecting the building project at her local church.

John Williams from Yoxford will also be exhibiting drawings paintings and sketchbooks based on figures and landscapes and there are paintings by The Piece Makers referencing graffiti and contemporary street art.

All the artists will be donating a percentage of sales to Maudsley Hospital’s charity ‘togetherwe can’ in London which supported Sara’s son.