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Ipswich law firm Prettys hosts new art exhibition featuring works of ex-University of Suffolk fine art student Adam Riches

PUBLISHED: 11:39 25 October 2017

Artist Adam Riches discusses his self-portrait with Councillor Roger Fern and curator Sara Hayes at Prettys' summer 2016 exhibition. Picture: PRETTYS

Artist Adam Riches discusses his self-portrait with Councillor Roger Fern and curator Sara Hayes at Prettys' summer 2016 exhibition. Picture: PRETTYS

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Ipswich law firm Prettys is opening its doors to the public as it launches a new art exhibition.

The free exhibition, entitled ‘Monochrome’ opens on Wednesday, November 1, from 5pm to 7pm, and features the works of just one artist, former University of Suffolk fine art student, Adam Riches.

Adam has exhibited his artwork at Prettys in the past, twice winning the ‘best in show’ accolade in 2015 and 2016. Senior associate Georgina Rayment said: “We have been supporting local talent by hosting art exhibitions in our offices for over five years. We always have fabulous feedback from visitors and we look forward to sharing Adam’s work in our latest exhibition.”

Adam, whose work focuses on the human form said; “It is a fantastic opportunity to showcase my work to a new and different audience.” All those wanting to attend must confirm their attendance in advance by emailing tfelton@prettys.co.uk.

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