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Please Forgive Me


A shrunken man begging for forgiveness after spilling red paint on a woman's new black shoes

Title: Please Forgive Me
Date: 2014
Size: 8.2" X 11.6" (21cm X 29.7cm) A4 Canvas Sheet
Medium: Oil
Artist: L. E. Gav Thorpe

Price: £49

PREVIOUSLY DISPLAYED at the Paddock Art Studios for the Artwave Festival in Lewes, East Sussex, England






This painting is to be exhibited for the 2014 Artwave festival, at The Paddock Art Studios, Paddock Lane, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1TW.

The exhibition opens on the 23rd August 2014 at 11am and is open on the following dates thereafter 24th August, 25th August, 30th August, 31st August and then on the 6th September and comes to a close at 5pm on 7th September.

Opening times are between 11:00am to 5:00pm on each of those dates above.


Please see the page It's the annual Paddock Art Studios Artwave exhibition for more details.



PREVIOUSLY DISPLAYED at the Foundry Gallery for the Artists United exhibition in Lewes, East Sussex, England


This painting was exhibited at the 2014 Artists United exhibition, which took place at the Foundry Gallery, 32 North Street, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 2PH.


"Artists United is an annual art exhibition created by Lewes Community Football Club to bring together the best established artists and emerging talent under one roof. Local artists have come together to support the club since 2009, and we hope the 2014 show will be our most successful yet." - The Artist United Team


Please see the page Artists United begins 6pm - 3rd July 2014 for more details.



Artists United
Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/artistsunitedlewes 
Twitter - @ShowOf2Halves


Organised By
Lewes Community Football Club,
The Dripping Pan
Mountfield Road
Lewes, East Sussex
BN7 2XA
Tel: 01273 470820
Fax: 01273 483210
www.lewesfc.com

Held At
The Foundry Gallery
Old Market Lane Garage
32 North Street
Lewes
BN7 2PH
Tel: 01273470376 or 01273 486595
artemis-arts@macdream.net
www.artemis-arts.co.uk





close up of the painting Please Forgive Me by L. E. Gav Thorpe




Please Forgive Me, I've spilt some red paint on your new shoes.