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Artist’s work on show at Radlett Centre

PUBLISHED: 15:57 28 February 2013

Artist Rina Bakis

Artist Rina Bakis

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ARTIST Rina Bakis is putting on an exhibition of her work at The Radlett Centre throughout March.

Rina, of Primrose Hill, is fascinated with colour and movement as her art demonstrates and aims to show what the two concepts can express as a spectrum of energy.

She never works from a sketch or photo but starts painting with many layers of colour. She also works on several canvasses at the same time and says that if her paintings were x-rayed, they would reveal many different stories, paths and images.

The exhibition in the theatre’s Apthorp Gallery, runs from tomorrow (Friday) until March 28.

n During the same period Bricket Wood Art Club is holding an exhibition at The Radlett Centre.

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