Michelle moves from musical artists to her own art
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Local artist Michelle Deyna-Hayward has had an exhibition of her work extended in Paninis Coffee Shop in March.
The former music promoter, who worked with Rolling Stones, Madonna, U2 and Rod Stewart, is a self taught artist with work in private collections internationally.
After relocating to Cambridgeshire and qualifying as a teacher she was selected in 2012 for an art outside project and her work was projected from huge screens in all major UK railway stations and London Underground.
Her latest work can be seen in the market square coffee shop until November 8.
Prints of her work are available from £19 or framed from £29.95. Available to view via michelledeynahayward.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
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She is currently working on an exhibition to commemorate the WW1 centenary for the Royal British Legion.
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