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Thursday, 28 June 2007

Art on show in Newmarket



This morning I was in Newmarket delivering some of my limited edition prints for displays promoting Cambridge Open Studios 2007. Newmarket is a lovely market town and well worth a visit whether you like horseracing or not; it has a unique character - there aren't many places with special horse lanes on the footpaths! The "Memories of Japan" print series will be on display in Scribbles - the lovely pottery painting shop in Park Lane. A selection of unframed prints as well as framed "Pasque Flower" prints are displayed in the Tourist Information shop at Palace House - the beautifully restored 17th house that was the Newmarket home of horseracing-mad King Charles II.

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