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Sue Jarvis, The Gidding Group

Sue Jarvis

The gaze

 

Baby rhino

Baby Rhino

 

Sue Jarvis Bear in watercolour/charcoal

Bear

 

 

Exhibiting this year as part of the Gidding Group, I use watercolour, oils, acrylics, graphite and charcoal to interpret¬† the natural world and am constantly exploring different approaches.The Gidding Group of artists are Paul Joseph-Crank, Krystyna Wojcik, Geoff Goddard, Justin Capp and myself and we are exhibiting in Luddington, next door to PAOS artists Carry Akroyd and Gordon Monk. You’ll have a warm welcome and will be able to see a wide range of different work in the small but charming St Margaret’s church. Delicious refreshments available too!

 

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Contact name
Sue Jarvis

Exhibition address
St Margaret's Church, Off Thurning Road, Luddington in the brook, PE8 5QU

Artist address
37 Chapel End, Great Gidding, PE28 5NP

Email jartrap@aol.com
Telephone 01832 293271
Mobile 07724 941886

Open days

29 June 2024 (1100 - 1600)
30 June 2024 (1100 - 1600)

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Open other times by appointment
Yes

Demonstrations available
No

Tuition offered
No

Garden open for visitors
No

Refreshments served
Yes

Commissions accepted
Yes


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