Soft Painting: Week 1 17 April 2015

Soft Painting: Week 1

Simon Callery has now been working in the gallery since Monday, along with a select group of BA (Hons) Fine Art students from here at NTU and Nottingham-based artists.

Here’s a quick recap of the week in photos:
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Stay tuned for more updates next week!

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