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Local artists showcased at Prettys

Law firm Prettys has launched its latest art exhibition ‘Echo’ at an evening reception for staff, clients and contributing artists.

Curated by Sarah Bale and Julie Dodds, the collection of original artwork was selected from the University of Suffolk’s Waterfront Studios and includes a mixture of paintings, photography, sketches and sculptures.

The event was very successful with a record 14 pieces sold on the launch evening with all proceeds going directly to the artists. Staff at Prettys selected Oliver Squirrell’s “Afterglow” as the best in show and he received a £150 prize from the firm.

Prettys’ CEO Ian Carr commented, “It is a pleasure to welcome local and emerging talent to our offices. This collection has been very well put together and we have already had a very positive response from visitors to our offices.”

All the artwork will be displayed throughout Prettys’ meeting rooms, offices and communal spaces until the autumn. It is available to view by prior appointment. 

Exhibition curators Sarah Bale and Julie Dodds with organiser Georgina Rayment from Prettys

Photo caption: Exhibition curators Sarah Bale (L) and Julie Dodds (R) with organiser Georgina Rayment from Prettys (Middle) 

Peter Blake, Partner, with Ian Carr, CEO, Cllr Fern, Mayor of Ipswich and Georgina Rayment, Associate

Photo caption: (L-R) Peter Blake, Partner, Ian Carr, CEO, Cllr Fern, Mayor of Ipswich and Georgina Rayment, Associate at the launch of the Echo exhibition / Photo caption: “Afterglow” by Oliver Squirrell was awarded best in show

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