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January 13, 2016

HAVERING’S rising star artist with paint and brush, Zoe Clemence,  has just opened her latest exhibition in Hornchurch.

Zoe at exhibition wWith a excellent selection of sparkling acrylic canvas paintings, the exhibition is running until January 23 at the Bar Exhibition Area at the Queen’s Theatre in Billet Lane.

Zoe’s work is a popular choice with collectors forever on the search for artistic work that increases in value.

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Her dynamic paintings have been described as ‘drawing the breath in an attack the senses that rivets the viewer to the spot, as they drink every centimetre of the image’.

Each piece of work is for sale at reasonable prices and will have to stay on display until the closing date.

The exhibition is free to enter during the Queen’s Theatre opening hours which is generally Monday to Saturday from 10am to 8pm.

The mother of two has been drawing since childhood but a chance encounter with a friend encouraged her to start painting.

Fishes w - CopyHer work is from the heart and reflects her interest in spiritual aspects trying to capture the gentle feelings of peace experienced in meditations.

Normally the artist exhibits her work with photographer Barry Kirk, and this is her second exhibition solely of her work and will be followed on February 22 by photographs and paintings by Barry Kirk and new artist to the group, John Lockley from Chadwell Heath. The exhibition will run until March 19.


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