Woodford artist’s masterstroke for children’s hospice
An artist has launched his exhibition of paintings depicting scenes from continents across the globe as he aims to raise hundreds of pounds for a children’s hospice.
Lewis Frosh, 83, of Kensington Drive, Woodford Green, opened his gallery of around 40 paintings on Monday.
His acrylic works of art include images of scenes from south America, Hong Kong and China.
He will donate all the money he makes from sales of his paintings to Richard House Children’s Hospice in Beckton.
Grandfather-of-four Mr Frosh said: “The paintings are of people and places from all over the world where I’ve travelled to since my children went to university.”
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He added: “The hospice does such wonderful work in looking after children. It will be great to raise money for it.”
The exhibition is open every day until September 25 in the upstairs cafeteria in Queen’s Theatre, Billet Lane Honnchurch.
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