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A Caribbean flavour

PUBLISHED: 09:33 18 April 2008 | UPDATED: 09:30 12 August 2010

AN ARTIST is due to hold an exhibition to display a collection of her paintings inspired by her Caribbean heritage. Jacqueline Glanvile, from Orpington, began painting in 2003 and will be holding her first solo show as part of the South East Open Studio

AN ARTIST is due to hold an exhibition to display a collection of her paintings inspired by her Caribbean heritage.

Jacqueline Glanvile, from Orpington, began painting in 2003 and will be holding her first solo show as part of the South East Open Studio event. The show will be held from June 6 - 22 at 119 High Street, Farnborough, Kent, BR6 7AZ.

Viewing times are Saturday and Sunday from 12 - 6pm and Tuesdays to Fridays between 3 and 6pm. Viewings can be made by appointment at other times. Contact telephone: 07787113507.

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