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picture of the week

 

St Michael's Mount - Cornwall, by Tazia Fawley

PICTURE PERFECT

St Michael's Mount - Cornwall, by Tazia Fawley. One of the pictures which featured in The Reveal, an exhibition of work by artists with Down's syndrome, organised by the visual arts initiative Heart & Sold, at London's Menier Gallery, in March.

 


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