MA graduation show opens at Pittville Studios, Cheltenham

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Summerfield Gallery, Pittville Studios, Albert Road, Cheltenham, GL52 3JG
Monday 20th September – Friday 1st October
Open daily (including Saturday and Sunday) 10am – 4pm.
Telephone: 01242 714940 for further information

This year’s Fine Art Masters Degree show opens at the University of Gloucestershire’s Pittville Studios campus on Monday 20th September.

The exhibition will feature a diverse range of work by the artists, ‘Clee’, Holly Clune, Luke Ralphs and Anne Worthington.

‘Clee’ are two sisters, Clair and Lee Hedges, who have been working collaboratively for the past two years using film and photography; Holly Clune raises issues of representations of women through her manipulated photographs of the female model; Uni of Glos Luke RalphsUni of Glos Luke RalphsLuke Ralphs works both directly and indirectly from the landscape, producing drawings and constructions and Uni of Glos Anne WorthingtonUni of Glos Anne WorthingtonAnne Worthington’s paintings are based on an intuitive response to mathematical structures.

Course leader, Paul Rosenbloom said: “The students have responded with imagination and professionalism to the opportunities offered by the course, developing their practice and increasing their critical awareness.” 

Entry to the exhibition is free and many of the works are for sale.  
The MA Fine Art can be studied full-time over one year or part-time over two years. More information can be found at

Source: University of Gloucestershire 

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