Some of the finest artists in Ipswich will be showing their works at one of the town’s premier restaurants this weekend.
Arlingtons, a Grade II-listed building which was once the town’s original Victorian museum, hosts an art fair on Saturday and Sunday.
Artists include Tony Robbins, who creates modern artwork using a variety of media such as vinyl and badges, contemporary figurative painter Joanna Turland and Evelyn Planitzer, who uses local materials and recycles whenever possible, among many more.
Peter Gwizdala, the new owner of Arlingtons, said: “We are passionate about showcasing the work of the many highly-talented artists on our doorstep.
“Arlingtons provides an inspiring and incredible space for both artists and musicians, and we look forward to showing off their work going forward.”
Visitors will be able to buy a unique piece of art with prices starting from just £10.
Entry to the fair, which runs from 10am-3.30pm both days, is free of charge.
Visit www.arlingtons-ipswich.co.uk to register for free or call Arlingtons, based in Museum Street, on 01473 230293 for more information.