Lorraine Calaora

Artmill Gallery presents Lorraine Calaora. Exhibition Finished
Private View Saturday 7th July 5.30pm-7pm at the Theatre Royal
Exhibition will be running until Saturday 15th September.

lorraine calaora

1966 – Studied graphic design at Hornsey College of Art. Specialised in film with a particular interest in animation.
1966-1970 – Employment. Animation, film production, typography.
1970-2000 – Film design, animation and production, illustration, graphic design.
1975-2000 – Senior Lecturer/Head of Graphic Design and Advertising. West Thames College, Isleworth.
Lorraine moved to Dartmouth in 2002 and now has time to look at the recurring themes in her work and explore them further. The influence of her childhood and family background in oriental carpets and textiles and her love of pattern and colour shows strongly in her beautiful work.
Please join us and meet this charismatic and special artist over a glass of wine.
Exhibition will be running until Saturday 15th September

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Since Artmill moved to its present location the Plymouth Society of Artists has established a warm and lasting relationship with the gallery, arguably the city's most prestigious exhibiting space for the professional artist working in the South-West region. The PSA was established in 1944 and has an enviable record of exhibitons in the city since that time. Artmill has been invaluable in helping us maintain this continuity over the past ten of those years with exhibitions that are fresh and vibrantly mounted and always approached with the utmost professionalism.

Lar Cann, Chairman
Plymouth Society of Artists

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