Mary Hill sells painting
Posted on 1st March 2018 at 15:36
Mary Hill sells her transcript painting 'Picasso's Harlequins'.
Harborne charity Cerebral Palsy Midlands were delighted to present one of their greatest 'VeraNic' artists Mary Hill with £149, which was the money sold for one of her paintings that was exhibited in local BooBoo cafe.
The art that sold was Mary's transcript paintings of 'Picasso's Harlequins', she put in many hours and time into creating her own masterpiece and was so proud to have the recognition and the painting sold. It really was a big deal for Mary and this has definately inspired her to continue creating more fantastic artwork.
The exhibit was put up in BooBoo Cafe in October last year as part of Harborne Artsmile and has been able to stay up since.
Mary Hill is overjoyed to have sold her painting at BooBoo Cafe in Harborne.
We are looking for a new local venue to perhaps showcase and host a new exhibit, there can be more or less artwork displayed as all of our artists have a huge collection here, please do get in touch - firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0121 427 3182 (ext 3). For more information about our art please visit http://www.cpmids.org.uk/inspire/
Above: A transcript painting of Picasso's 'Harlequins' by Mary Hill in October 2015 Images on the Right: The exhibition from Cerebral Palsy Midlands VeraNic artists up at BooBoo Cafe in Harborne.
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