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Just under the surface... An exhibition by Julia Bromley

Just under the surface... An exhibition by Julia Bromley

8TH JANUARY 2013


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JUST UNDER THE SURFACE

A solo exhibition by Julia Bromley



Tuesday 15th – 20th January 2013
Launch Event Tuesday 11th December 5.30 – 8.00pm

"The work embodied in this exhibition has a strong connection to the side of myself that is often just under the surface… It is a little hidden, and sometimes a slightly meek side that is not often seen by others. This side for me is the source of my creativity and I like to share it with other people through my work. It sometimes comes out as dreams or stories from my imagination and I love getting it down on canvas. It is my favourite part of me. I hope you enjoy it too!"


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