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Crispin Chetwynd and Dudley Sutton Rough Cuts at Subway Gallery Art Preview Thursday 14th March 2013

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sgRoughCuts Crispin Chetwynd and Dudley Sutton Rough Cuts at Subway Gallery Art Preview Thursday 14th March 2013
15th-30th March 2013 SUBWAY Gallery Kiosk 1 Subway Edgware Rd / Harrow Rd London W2 1DX

An exhibition of linocut prints by Crispin Chetwynd and Dudley Sutton. Both found themselves delighted by the simplicity and impact of a way of creating not exercised since childhood. Crispin, is working themes that have become familiar to him: fascinated by insects, reptiles, saints and sinners, while Dudley illustrates his poem “TOMMY THE TOMCAT OF ST IVES.”

Crispin Chetwynd went to Chelsea College of Art and Design, Dudley Sutton, a national treasure with an acting career spanning over 50 years.

www.crispinchetwynd.com
www.subwaygallery.com/

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