Works on Paper Art Fair Preview at Science Museum

10/02/2014

The ‘Works on Paper' art fair opened with a private preview at the Science Museum on 5 February 2014 featuring numerous watercolours, drawings and prints for visitors to enjoy viewing.  Additionally there was a programme with daily tours and talks.

Jonathan Dimbleby TV Broadcaster/Journalist made a special appearance at the preview to raise awareness of the Dimbleby Cancer Care charity originally set up in memory of his father the late Richard Dimblebly. Jonathan encouraged guests to view and purchase art works displayed with the Dimbleby Cancer Care blue ribbons to help raise funds for the charity.

Yet another lovely evening for art lovers to browse.

©Article and photos below by Gina Chrysanthou

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