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Cotswolds Artist’s Christmas Art Exhibition at Lower Oddington

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Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th November 2009 – 10am till 4.30pm
Lower Oddington Village Hall, Lower Oddington, Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire, GL56 0UR

A Group Exhibition which includes a wide range of unique works of art, including jewellery, mixed media paintings, stained glass and ceramics.
Those exhibiting are:-

Cathryn Lucy Bellew – Paintings of animals and face-painting
Gill Carrick – Stained glass panels and jewellery
Anne Champion – Ceramic Artist
Louise Hamilton-Smith – Christmas wreaths
Susie Harris – Homemade lunches and refreshments
Caroline Hart – Beautiful jewellery
Michael Izod – Watercolour landscapes
Jill Jarvis – Atmospheric seascapes
Alice Shepherd – Pottery
Stow Art Group – Selection of paintings
Issy Whitford – Handmade bags

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For further information please contact Cathryn Lucy Bellew
Telephone 01386 430038

Source: Cathryn Lucy Bellew

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