New art exhibition opens in Octavia View, Wisbech this week.

16:16 07 January 2013

Linda Bulkeley with her exhibition work.

Linda Bulkeley with her exhibition work.

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AN exciting new art exhibition opens in Wisbech on Friday.

Linda May Bulkeley, the mixed media and fine artist, will display “What a relief” in Octavia View, South Brink, from January 11 until the end of February.

The current artist in residence at The College of West Anglia is excited about showcasing her work.

She said: “Creating is not only my passion, but necessary for the health of my soul.

“I create from my heart, hoping to inspire my audience through my art dolls, mixed media collage, assemblage, fibre art and sometimes jewellery”.

The exhibition can be viewed between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday and 10am to 4pm on Saturday.

Octavia View can be accessed through the Octavia’s Shop on South Brink or from the Somers Road car park.

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