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Soft Painting Midway Preview - in photos 30 April 2015

Simon Callery: Soft Painting: Midway Preview – in photos:

From 13 – 29 April, Simon Callery worked in the gallery space with a selected group of Nottingham Trent University BA (Hons) Fine Art students, and a group of Nottingham-based artists to produce three large-scale works. These works will now be on display in the gallery until Friday 15 May. Come and take a look!

Here’s a few photos from last night’s midway preview – thanks to all who came along.

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Special thanks to Julian Hughes for the photos. Check out his Facebook page for more photos from the Soft Painting work in progress (as well as earlier posts below!)

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