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ART DEMONSTRATIONS

I will be demonstrating and exhibiting some of my work at the following shows:

Saturday 10th June 2017 – OVEG Summer Fair, Oxhey Village

Wednesday, 2nd August 2017 – Leverstock Green Art Club, Leverstock Green Village Hall, Hemel Hempstead

WATERCOLOUR WORKSHOP

Join me on Sunday 27th and Monday 28th August 2017 – The Herts Town & Country Show, Cassiobury Park, Cassiobury Park Avenue, Watford, Hertfordshire WD18 7LD

 

Elizabeth’s Legacy Of Hope

20th February 2015 completed painting in watercolour of two brave little girls, Pollyanna Hope and Mariatu Conteh.  Pollyanna lost her leg in a terrible bus accident in London and through this tragedy was born Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope.  The mission is to bring hope and opportunity to some of the most vulnerable child amputees in the world.  Mariatu had crawled onto a land mine at the age of seven months.  The painting shows Pollyanna with her friend Mariatu Conteh in Sierra Leone after Pollyanna, with her crutches had run five kilometres for the charity.   Thousands of young amputees in developing countries suffer every day, with little or no access to medical assistance, social support or education.  As a result they face life-threatening infections, struggle to move around and are isolated from society.   This was very emotional for me to paint as whilst in the painting process, I was informed that both young girls, Pollyanna in UK and Mariatu in Sierra Leone had become very ill due to infection.  Thankfully, Pollyanne, after three months in hospital made a complete recovery, however, Mariatu died due to the infection.

 

The reference photograph used for the watercolour painting is with the kind permission of The Daily Telegraph.   Please visit www.elizabethslegacyofhope.org
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Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation Interview

Interview by Alexia of CYBC for the cultural program Entehnos to be televised on channel PIK 1, Wednesday, 9th July 2014, 15.30 (Cyprus local time).  UK time 13.30.   Interview was in Greek, so wasn’t the easiest and struggled to express myself, but Alexia was easy going and very understandable, making me feel at ease.