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As we are now in December I thought it might be good to offer Gift Vouchers for my paintings! If someone you know loves my work (which gives me immense joy!) and you are not sure which piece they would like, then a Gift Voucher gives them the opportunity to choose for themselves!

. With a physical Gift Voucher they can choose something directly from my studio for the whole, or part of a purchase (see shop https://www.marie-robinson.com/product-page/gift-voucher) Min value £25.00 with free greetings card.

There will also be a promo code provided on the Gift Voucher which can alternatively be used in my online shop.

Thank you! x

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I am thrilled to finally be opening my studio door to visitors after so long!

And as I've been busy working away all through the last year I have lots of new work to show you!

Here at Turville Studios we have recommenced our

First Sunday of the Month and Bank Holiday Monday Open Days

So I will next be in my studio to welcome visitors on

Monday 31st May and Sun 6th June 11am - 4pm

N.B. As not all artists will be be here on those days it's always worth checking with us individually if you are making a special journey - see our studios website HOME | Turville Studios

Then we head straight into Bucks Art Weeks - a real life event this year!

Five of the artists at Turville Studios are taking part this year

See Bucks Art Weeks | Bucks Art Weeks

As a group we are Site 13 and I also have my own individual entry as Site 220

We are open on 10 days over the two week event and would love to see you!

At all other times I am only open by prior appointment - so if you'd prefer to visit at a different time just get in touch.

Obviously in the current times numbers inside my studio will be limited and you are also required to wear a face mask. Please also use the hand sanitiser provided - essential if you are likely to touch cards etc.

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Realising I'd taken some good progress shots of my latest painting 'A Bowl of Cherries' I've expanded my Photoshop skills hugely this morning and created an animated gif to show how my paintings are developed! Needs to be a bit smoother, and I should've put it as a loop, but not bad for a fist try!

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