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Diss artist excited by double exhibition




Diss artist Deborah Vass will be showcasing her latest work at the Corn Hall and at The Town House Gallery in London.

ARTISTIC: Deborah Vass enjoyed observing a grebe that was nested on the edge of the Mere this summer. Picture by Mark Bullimore Photography.
ARTISTIC: Deborah Vass enjoyed observing a grebe that was nested on the edge of the Mere this summer. Picture by Mark Bullimore Photography.

Six linoprints of birds are being shown as part of the Affordable Art Fair in Diss.

This includes River Man, which was shown at the British Society of Artists in London earlier this year, and one of a grebe.

“All the birds on display have been made from sketches, either from my garden, at the edge of the Mere, or at Redgrave Fen,” explained Deborah.

“It is, of course, lovely to have them shown in my home town.

“My exhibition at the Town House is exciting in a different way. The paintings and drawings are of meadow flowers and creatures that inhabit them. It’s both rather nerve-racking and exciting.”



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