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INK Festival, Suffolk

window sill

Delighted to have sold this painting (Window sill: Where the light falls) at the first ART@INK exhibition last month, part of the fabulous INK Festival that’s become an April fixture in the cultural calendar of the lovely town of Halesworth in Suffolk. It was a privilege to be shown alongside brilliant artists including Roger Hardy, Dina Southwell, Melanie Goemans and Sula Rubens, in the beautiful top-floor gallery of The Cut arts centre – and to be able to enjoy the packed programme of short plays (great drama, superb acting)  running in the theatre spaces downstairs. Very happy that part of the proceeds from paintings sold go to fund the festival and the work it does for theatre in the community.  Long may it continue – already looking forward to next year.

In Country Living this month…

Very exciting to have a painting featured in the Emporium pages at the front of the March issue of Country Living – alongside beautiful things from people like Seasalt and Designers Guild.  I write features for the magazine quite regularly, but this is the first time they’ve shown one of my pictures, and it’s been lovely to hear from readers who are interested in them.

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