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The Line Gallery's debut exhibition 'Cut and Stick' explores the diverse medium of collage.

Collage is defined as an assemblage of diverse fragments in juxtaposition to one another. This group exhibition - the first at Line Gallery in Stroud - aims to create a dialogue around this subject. Featuring five UK-based visual artists, the show promises to create new conversations around this medium of interlinking thoughts. The five artists - Ben Lewis, James Green , Jude Tedaldi, Lucy Irwin and Sean Heather - will bring their own collaged works to the gallery space.

Line Gallery's ethos is to support and enliven the careers of emerging artists, giving them a platform from which to exhibit work without creative constraints or financial commitment. They said: "The aim of the gallery is to show work of all media and from all backgrounds with the aim of creating a space for the development of new ideas and nurturing artistic excellence."

'Cut and Stick' runs at Line Gallery, Stroud from 2 - 24 October. The gallery is open on Fridays and Saturdays from 10am to 5pm