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Hugh Krall Exhibition


Dear Friends,

Please come if you are free to this exhibition at Heatherley’s

Exhibition October 24-29

The Changing River at Chelsea
A printmaking exhibition by Hugh Krall


"Hugh Krall enrolled on my Friday class in 1992 where for 18 years he studied various printmaking techniques,including etching on copper and zinc, also relief printing on wood and lino.The works that are exhibited show the diverse range of styles using these different techniques.

One of his favourite subjects is the Thames and he has portrayed the river many times. His sensitive and evocative images present a detailed account of how the area has changed over the last few decades."

This exhibition curated by the Chelsea Society will be held from
Monday 24 October to Saturday 29 October 2016
The Heatherley School of Fine Art
75 Lots Road SW10 ORN
10-4pm
Private view 6-8 on Monday 24 October.

I hope to see you and meet Hugh at the private view!
best wishes,
Hilary
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The Deputy Mayor, Veronica Ricks, Hugh Krall, John Walton Julian Murray and David Waddell Hugh Krall and Hilary Daltry  
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