Blossoming Fenland talent displays flower prints in international exhibition
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WISBECH artist Lucille Carter has had her work accepted into a prestigious international exhibition that opens in London next month.
Out of thousands of entries from all over the world, five of Mrs Carter’s prints were chosen for inclusion in the Society of Botanical Artists annual open exhibition.
It is another notch on her artistic belt for it will the 12th year she has had her work displayed in the society’s popular event.
“Out of thousands of entries they chose 750 for the display,” said Mrs Carter, co-owner of W4 restaurant in Wisbech.
“It is an honour to get in once so am pleased to get in so many times.”
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The exhibition, called The Language of Flowers, takes place at Westminster Central Hall from Friday 12 April to Sunday 21 April daily from 11-5.
It includes botanical displays presented in different artistic medium types such as engravings, jewellery, lino cuts, fabric, oil and watercolour.
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