"Metamorphoses", Level Best, Colchester, 17 Oct- 10 Nov 2016
Loïs Cordelia returns to the Level Best Art Cafe, Colchester, this Autumn to present another exciting solo exhibition: Metamorphoses. The show will run from Monday 17th October - 10th November 2016 and will feature a wide range of styles and mediums: exquisitely detailed paper-cuts, boldly expressive speed-paintings, and fantastical mixed media sculptures.
All are warmly welcome to attend the Private View evening on Friday 28th October, 6.30 pm - 8.30 pm: meet the artist, ask questions, all work for sale, greetings cards and illustrated books, plus free drinks and nibbles - not to be missed! Lois will also be demoing speed-acrylics on Friday 21st October, 10.30 am - 3.00 pm. Lois has held two previous popular solo exhibitions at the same venue: LionHeart (2014) and DreamCatcher (2015).
With a varied range of modestly priced original artworks, as well as Loïs's popular range of greetings cards featuring her designs, this exhibition is also a perfect opportunity to find meaningful and beautiful gifts for your loved ones this festive season.
Dates: Monday, 17th October - Thursday, 10th November 2016.
Preview Evening - Friday 28th October, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm. All welcome. Light refreshments served.
Venue: the Level Best Art Cafe, 3 Culver Street East, Colchester CO1 1LD. Level Best is located just off Queen Street, less than five minutes' walk from Colchester Town rail station. The Level Best Art Café opened in 2008 as a social enterprise project run by The Dacon Trust Ltd. It was established to provide work and life skills training to adults with learning disabilities within a town centre environment.
Open weekdays: Monday - Friday 9.00 am - 4.00 pm. Closed Weekends.
Delicious vegetarian food served daily.
Keywords: acrylics, art, colchester, cut-paper, dacon trust, exhibition, level best art cafe, live art demo, paper-cutting, portraits, scalpel, speed-painting
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