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Look forward to this every year, attending the Friends Weekend and wandering around with a glass of gin in hand.  Eileen Cooper, one of my favourite artists, was the chief curator for the show this year.  And as usual lots of colourful and interesting works on the walls.  My favourite – number 910 Watching by Wendy Freestone – it is one of the photos, bit too pricey for me at £4,950!  However, I did come away having put a deposit down on a Cathy Pilkington print after a couple of years saying I would (not in the photos).  This felt like the year.

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If you like Eileen Cooper drawings you will welcome this chance to see Hide and Seek.  If you don’t know her go and take a look.  Her female characters are usually energetic, dancing, flying and floating. This exhibition includes a set drawings of women with children – the eyes in Bathing, 1987, are stunning.

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