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OUR ART SHOW IN NORWICH – PATRICIAN PRESS ARTISTS CATALOGUE

Posted on Mar 13, 2022

Wendy Bailey Out Of The Blue, Acrylic on board, 60 x 60 cm, £450 SOLD? Lindow Man, Print on tissue paper, 34 x 34 cm., £350 Dance When The Sun Comes Up, Acrylic on gessoed paper, 60 x 40 cm, £350 – SOLD Ian Chapman The Corona Fields. Ink and wash on canvas. 5.1 x 7.8 cm. £100 All Shall Be Well – Diptych, Glass, wood, paper and print...

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OUR PRIVATE VIEW ON 3RD MARCH 2022

Posted on Mar 7, 2022

Here are some pics from the private view of our show held at the Anteros Arts Foundation in Norwich on from 1st to 12th March. Thank you to all those who came to the private view and made it such fun. And many thanks to Phil who served the drinks. More pics of the artworks will be posted separately...

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NORWICH – HERE WE COME AGAIN!

Posted on Feb 24, 2022

After publishing NOW THIS – REFLECTIONS ON OUR ARTS AND CULTURES in April last year, we launched the book at Anteros in Norwich at the end of June. This gave me the idea to hold an art exhibition by artists who had contributed to the book and/or who had created images for our book covers. So here we are again with NOW THIS IN NORWICH, an art show at...

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LOCKDOWN FOOD BLOG – Part Two

Posted on Jun 19, 2020

Well, four more weeks of lockdown food. I am getting so used to this, I think I have developed ‘Lockdown Syndrome’. I’m quite happy to stay indoors, do a little work, do a little cooking, wipe surfaces, even ironing! Then perhaps go into the garden for about ten minutes, but generally be very lazy. The only thing that has really changed...

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LOCKDOWN FOOD BLOG

Posted on May 21, 2020

My interest in food started very early. My family were Italian and my father ran a French restaurant off Piccadilly for several years, so Italian and French food were a very important part of my childhood. Both my parents loved cooking and always used the best ingredients, often shopping at Italian delicatessens in Islington and Soho. As an adult I became...

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