Couple’s work will be found at gallery

PUBLISHED: 10:50 09 February 2006 | UPDATED: 09:35 06 May 2010

A CREATIVE duo will be showcasing some of their work at the Boxfield Gallery soon. George and Sheila Cass are a couple with a lot of artistic flair between them, which will be evident in their exhibition Ubiquitous. There will be paintings depicting figur

A CREATIVE duo will be showcasing some of their work at the Boxfield Gallery soon.

George and Sheila Cass are a couple with a lot of artistic flair between them, which will be evident in their exhibition Ubiquitous.

There will be paintings depicting figures, townscapes, seascapes and flowers from George. While Sheila's work represents a collection of strong, vivid paintings that are particularly striking.

Sheila has recently been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis which has seriously affected the use of her right hand and so many of these paintings were created using her left hand instead.

The exhibition runs from Friday, February 17 until March 19 in the Boxfield Gallery at the Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage.

The exhibition is free and some of the works will be available to buy.


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