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Everyone loves a Pink Pig sketchbook. Their quality paper is wrapped up in a selection of colourful covers and ring-bound so you can open them right out without loosening the pages. They also have 15% off the price during September so grab them while stocks last.

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Artist Elaine Allender is taking her chances with the overhead pigeons and is painting on Broad St. She’s had more welcome attention from all the passers by who have stopped to admire her work and have a chat. Come up and see her finished pieces in The Little Gallery.
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Artist Elaine Allender is taking her chances with the overhead pigeons and is painting on Broad St. She’s had more welcome attention from all the passers by who have stopped to admire her work and have a chat. Come up and see her finished pieces in The Little Gallery.

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Life Drawing – One-off & Drop-in Sessions Mondays from 10am to 12.30pm and Wednesday from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. Untutored. Fee: £8/9 per sessions. Please bring your own drawing materials. No need to book. Visit the West Ox Arts Website for further information and to see what other classes they are offering. Telephone: 01993 850 137.
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Life Drawing – One-off & Drop-in Sessions
Mondays from 10am to 12.30pm and Wednesday from 7.30pm to 9.30pm.
Untutored. Fee: £8/9 per sessions. Please bring your own drawing materials. No need to book.
Visit the West Ox Arts Website for further information and to see what other classes they are offering. Telephone: 01993 850 137.

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Life Drawing – One-off & Drop-in Sessions Mondays from 10am to 12.30pm and Wednesday from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. Untutored. Fee: £8/9 per sessions. Please bring your own drawing materials. No need to book. Visit the West Ox Arts Website for further information and to see what other classes they are offering. Telephone: 01993 850 137.
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Life Drawing – One-off & Drop-in Sessions
Mondays from 10am to 12.30pm and Wednesday from 7.30pm to 9.30pm.
Untutored. Fee: £8/9 per sessions. Please bring your own drawing materials. No need to book.
Visit the West Ox Arts Website for further information and to see what other classes they are offering. Telephone: 01993 850 137.

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Jaimie Cahlil’s art is particularly original – in the obvious sense. His art does not closely resemble the work of anyone else, therefore tends not to fit any obvious category. And though his paintings are ‘contemporary’ – created now in the present time, his pictures have a timeless presence. Some of Jaimie Cahlil’s paintings may be […]
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Jaimie Cahlil’s art is particularly original – in the obvious sense. His art does not closely resemble the work of anyone else, therefore tends not to fit any obvious category. And though his paintings are ‘contemporary’ – created now in the present time, his pictures have a timeless presence. Some of Jaimie Cahlil’s paintings may be viewed as ‘abstract’, though Jaimie himself would not necessarily consider them so… because, whether or not figurative, each picture conveys the essence of experience, as well as universal pattern – such as found in the ancient mandala. Jaimie Cahlil’s paintings speak directly to our soul, and convey a profoundly transformative or alchemical effect. As such, his pictures may be considered ‘intuitive’, ‘spiritual’ or ‘visionary’. However, Jaimie Cahlil’s paintings have much too down-to-earth a presence to comfortably fit in with most ‘spiritual’ or ‘visionary’ art out there. And whether his paintings ‘fit’ or not, Jaimie Cahlil’s art is ‘fine art’ – in the classical sense, composed with the aid of draftsmanship and painterly skill. With a natural eye and feeling for visual expression, and inspired by many books on fine art in his father’s collection, it was when Jaimie was six that he asked his father to teach him to draw. Later on, age 16, he gained acceptance for art school on the strength of his drawings alone. Jamie Cahlil then enjoyed three years’ training in classical fine art – drawing and painting – at Oxford University’s Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, in the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford (UK).

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