Artwork to be displayed at Frampton Marsh

Joshua, Lorianne Dawson and Ellie Dawson with Olivia Atkinson, Jacey Holmes and Charlotte Jones from the RSPB at Frampton Marsh where artwork commissioned by Transported goes on display on Wednesday June 11.   SG090813-143TW www.spaldingtoday.co.uk/buyaphoto ENGANL00120130908154132
Joshua, Lorianne Dawson and Ellie Dawson with Olivia Atkinson, Jacey Holmes and Charlotte Jones from the RSPB at Frampton Marsh where artwork commissioned by Transported goes on display on Wednesday June 11. SG090813-143TW www.spaldingtoday.co.uk/buyaphoto ENGANL00120130908154132
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Artists across Lincolnshire will have their work displayed at a popular nature reserve next week.

A new Public Art space is being created at Frampton Marsh on Wednesday from 11am until 1pm when work by six artits will be shown as part of the Transported Arts programme.

Interviews with the artists take place today before one of the pieces is chosen to be displayed at the reserve, along with information about the chosen artist, with the hope of attracting more visitors to Frampton Marsh.

Visitor services manager Dr Chris Andrews said: “We are thrilled to see such an innovative project taking shape and it is fascinating to see how the different artists combine art and nature, each in their own unique way.

“It is incredibly exciting to be working with Transported, bringing both natural and created beauty together here at Frampton Marsh for the benefit of our vistors and local people.”

For more details, visit www.transportedart.com