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Stacey-Ann Cole

My main body of work concentrates on figurative art that features black women showcasing their natural afro hair.  Alongside this, I enjoy creating abstract art so that I can focus on shape, line colour and pattern.  My medium of choice is often watercolour paint, but I enjoy exploring other media including acrylics, ink, coloured pencil and collage.

I offer some of my original works of art for sale as well as art prints, greeting cards, notebooks and more.

website: www.staceyanncole.com

email: info@staceyanncole.com

instagram: @sacoleart

facebook: Stacey-Ann Cole Art

 

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Contact name
Stacey-Ann Cole

Exhibition address
Norman Cross Gallery, London Road, Norman Cross, Peterborough, Cambs PE7 3TB

Email info@staceyanncole.com
Website www.staceyanncole.com
Shop www.staceyanncole.com/ourshop

Open days

3 July 2021 (11:00 - 16:00)
4 July 2021 (11.00 -16.00)
10 July 2021 (11:00 - 16:00)
11 July 2021 (11:00 - 16:00)

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Open other times by appointment
No

Demonstrations available
No

Tuition offered
No

Garden open for visitors
No

Refreshments served
No

Commissions accepted
Yes


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