It’s not quite over!

The exhibition might be over but here are a few pictures from the private view, this time taken by Lex.43888635205_d479a0761f_o

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Exhibition at The Earl Mountbatten Hospice Art Gallery

I’m delighted to invite you all to an exhibition of my artwork at The Earl Mountbatten Hospice Art Gallery at Halberry Lane in Newport on The Isle of Wight. The exhibition is on for the next month or so and is open between 9 and 5pm daily.

I’m particularly pleased to be able to show my artwork here as its such a special place and very important to so many in our Island community.

I’m showing my pen and ink drawings, prints of which are available to buy. The prints are signed and mounted ready to frame, with profits going to the Hospice.

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I’m also showing some of my autobiographical abstract rolled paper pieces.

 

 

Please pop along to see, and hopefully buy, some artwork. You can have something nice to eat and and drink in the lovely cafe and visit the Chelsea garden. It’s a warm and very welcoming place run by wonderful people who do an incredible job.

On Sunday 13 May there is…..Walk the Wight for Earl Mountbatten Hospice.

The walk raises money which enables the Hospice to develop their services for Islanders and their families. It’s at the very heart of their fundraising efforts and really unites the Island.

There is the long walk all the way around the Island which is probably suited for people fitter than me, but there is also a eight mile walk from Sandown to Shide (from Sandown bay to the centre of the Island) This year we’ve signed up for this shorter walk and we’re hoping for nice weather. It should be a wonderful experience and on a personal level I’ll be walking in memory of my parents.