Woodbridge’s ArtSpace Gallery hosts Suffolk artist Kirsty Stutter

Artist Kirsty Stutter has an exhibition at the Artspace Gallery in Woodbridge. Picture: SARAH LUC

Artist Kirsty Stutter has an exhibition at the Artspace Gallery in Woodbridge. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN - Credit: Archant

The artist whose work has been exhibited alongside Bob Dylan and Ronnie Wood has opened her first exhibition in Woodbridge.

Artist Kirsty Stutter has an exhibition at the Artspace Gallery in Woodbridge. Picture: SARAH LUC

Artist Kirsty Stutter has an exhibition at the Artspace Gallery in Woodbridge. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN - Credit: Archant

Kirsty Stutter, who lives in the town, is currently holding her first exhibition at the ArtSpace Gallery on The Thoroughfare.

“It’s such a nice space,” said Kirsty. “People have been really intrigued and lots have been in and out.”

The exhibition is titled Figure and Form and celebrates Kirsty’s 3D relief style.

It’s a style that Kirsty encourages visitors to make the most of by touching it.

Artist Kirsty Stutter has an exhibition at the Artspace Gallery in Woodbridge. Picture: SARAH LUC

Artist Kirsty Stutter has an exhibition at the Artspace Gallery in Woodbridge. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN - Credit: Archant


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“It’s all quite tactile,” says Kirsty.

Being able to showcase her work in the town she has lived in for the past 15 years has been especially pleasing for Kirsty.

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“It’s nice to be able to invite friends, family and clients,” she added. “It’s like having a live porfolio.”

The exhibition is open daily from 9.30am until 4.30pm. It ends on March 21.

Artist Kirsty Stutter has an exhibition at the Artspace Gallery in Woodbridge. Picture: SARAH LUC

Artist Kirsty Stutter has an exhibition at the Artspace Gallery in Woodbridge. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN - Credit: Archant

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