Loïs Cordelia | Pig-geswyk (Pigs Gone Wild)
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Created 27-Jun-16
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The name "Pig-geswyk" is a reference to the Medieval name of Lois Cordelia's hometown, Ipswich, "Gippeswyk" ('place' or 'market' of the River Gipping). The design features two of Lois' favourite Ipswich townscapes: the elegant, historic façade of the Elizabethan Christchurch Mansion on one side, and the stylish contemporary Ipswich Waterfront (including the UCS Waterfront building and the marina) on the other. The design has been generously sponsored by Ipswich Central, as it fits perfectly with their ethos of working to ensure a strong and prosperous future for Ipswich town centre, through promoting its history and heritage, but also enhancing its contemporary image.
Piggy Through the Looking Glass (2 hour speed-painting)

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Keywords:auction, charity, ipswich, ipswich central, la tour cycle cafe, live art demo, lois cordelia, piggeswyk, pigs, pigs gone wild, st elizabeth hospice, suffolk, wild in art