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Pinchbeck artist stages 'Aspects of Femininity' art exhibition at Asycoughfee Hall in Spalding

An art exhibition called ‘Aspects of Femininity’, will be on display at Spalding’s Ayscoughfee Hall all through November.

It has been created by Pinchbeck artist Dr Patricia Buck, who also has degrees in law and marketing and a PhD in contract law.

And she says that the exhibition is not about equal rights, but rather sets out to explore what represents femininity - the qualities that define being feminine.

Artist Dr Patricia Buck. (5087911)
Artist Dr Patricia Buck. (5087911)

Each drawing or painting in the exhibition, which will be in the Geest Gallery at the hall, will have a personal story to tell.

There are also drawings that Patricia has done in collaboration with Haitian documentary street photographer Vanessa Class.

Patricia also recently wrote and produced a short film at Ayscoughfee Hall with Zak Wylde Productions.

The exhibition is being supported and part funded by the Arts Council England.

Grace (ballet dancer) in pencil by Patricia Buck. (5087915)
Grace (ballet dancer) in pencil by Patricia Buck. (5087915)

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