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This weekend saw the official opening of the Eastern Approaches exhibition at the Museum of St Albans.

Apart from the ubiquitous ‘private view’ glasses of wine and mince pies, various dignitaries were present, giving speeches and handing out awards.

Amongst all this hullabaloo were the pieces of art themselves of course – the exhibition is well worth a visit if you are passing. Here are some shots of my stuff in place – all for sale I might add!!

My sculptures in place

My sculptures in place

Another view

Another view

The Mayor of St Albans addresses the crowd

The Mayor of St Albans addressing the crowd

The Mayor of St Albans addresses the crowd

An art lover surveys the exhibition

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I’m really chuffed to have just learned that I’ve had two of my sculptures accepted into the forthcoming 2013 University of Hertfordshire ‘Eastern Approaches‘ exhibition.

The works will shortly go on display in the exhibition at the Museum of St Albans, which runs from 5 December 2013 – 12 January 2014.

Here’s a very quick shot of the sculptures (in the centre)  during the judging process – I’ll post some better ones up once the main exhibition has been arranged.

Khloros #1 and #2 sculptures

Khloros #1 and #2 sculptures

And here’s me adding some final touches!:

Tinkering!

Tinkering!

Here’s some blurb about the exhibition:

Receiving critical acclaim, UH Galleries has been extremely successful in its programme of exhibitions this year, and is fast becoming one of the most innovative contemporary art spaces in the UK. As well as exhibiting a range of established and international artists, our vibrant spaces also aim to target members of the local and regional community. Over the last thirteen years Eastern Approaches has marked itself out as the definitive annual showcase for regional artistic talent. 

Do come visit it if you are in the area!!

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