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Friday, 09 June 2017 14:27

Summer art draw! The winners

Written by CPRE Sussex

‘CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS’


Thank you to all who bought draw tickets and huge thanks to the Sussex artists who most generously donated their prints.  The winners, in no particular order, are:

    Jean Harbane
    ‘Landscape’ donated by David Hayward: David has an exhibition of paintings at Kellie Miller Arts Gallery, Brighton - July 8th-23rd and will be showing work at the Creative Hub Gallery, Colonnade House, Worthing, Aug 28th – Sept 11th  www.david-hayward.com


    Jocelin Gale,
    ‘Badger’ donated by David Rees Davies: David will be showing work at the Creative Hub Gallery, Colonnade House, Worthing, Aug 28th – Sept 11th www.davidreesdavies.com


    A Scoular
    ‘Hare’ donated by David Rees Davies: David will be showing work at the Creative Hub Gallery, Colonnade House, Worthing, Aug 28th – Sept 11th
    www.davidreesdavies.com


    R. Baker
    ‘Path to the Downs’ donated by Malcolm Hardy
    www.artfinder.com/artist/malcolm-hardy


    J. Gale
    ‘Fishing Boat, Hastings’ donated by Susan Ashworth
    www.rowleygallery.com/Artist-Susan-Ashworth.aspx


    N.W (c/o Mr. J.R Cuming)
    ‘Chough Feeding on Oats’ donated by Adele Scantlebury
    www.adelescantlebury.co.uk

   


 

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