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Ladies to display their work at county-wide art show

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A pair of artistic Thame ladies are set to take part in a top regional art show.

Janine Philips and Becky Cleland will take part in Oxfordshire Artweeks – where 1,000 artists and makers will take part in 400 exhibitions across the county.

Becky, who works in Thames Bookshop, produces huge abstract works, while Janine paints striking landscapes and seascapes which have gained critical acclaim.

The Artweeks events take place in may and are set to attract art aficionados and enthusiasts to Oxfordshire.

It is the largest visual art festival in the UK and runs in conjunction with a range of arts centres and organisations.

As well as shows in art centres almost 1,000 artists will open the doors to their homes and studios so that members of the public can see how they work.

A spokesman for the festival said: “There’s something to inspire all ages and aspirations.

“Visitors will have the chance to see the art produced in their own communities, to ask local artists about their influences, techniques and materials, and even have a go themselves.”

To find out more visit www.artweeks.org

Janine Philips and Becky Cleland will take part in Oxfordshire Artweeks – where 1,000 artists and makers will take part in 400 exhibitions across the county.

Becky, who works in Thames Bookshop, produces huge abstract works, while Janine paints striking landscapes and seascapes which have gained critical acclaim.

The Artweeks events take place in may and are set to attract art aficionados and enthusiasts to Oxfordshire.

It is the largest visual art festival in the UK and runs in conjunction with a range of arts centres and organisations.

As well as shows in art centres almost 1,000 artists will open the doors to their homes and studios so that members of the public can see how they work.

A spokesman for the festival said: “There’s something to inspire all ages and aspirations.

“Visitors will have the chance to see the art produced in their own communities, to ask local artists about their influences, techniques and materials, and even have a go themselves.”

To find out more visit www.artweeks.org

 

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