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PUBLISHED: 11:12 02 February 2006 | UPDATED: 20:19 03 May 2010

HORIZON lines explored in different ways are at the heart of a new exhibition at a St Albans gallery. Studiofabrica in Holywell Hill is showcasing the work of Paula Cherry and Leila Godden in an exhibition entitled Horizons. Both create engaging pieces th

HORIZON lines explored in different ways are at the heart of a new exhibition at a St Albans gallery. Studiofabrica in Holywell Hill is showcasing the work of Paula Cherry and Leila Godden in an exhibition entitled Horizons. Both create engaging pieces that draw the viewer into subtle layers of complexity, using a range of techniques but primarily employing acrylics. Paula is based in Herts and is collected by private and corporate buyers. Her work explores the atmospheric and seasonal qualities of nature, natural forms and landscapes, reduced to their key elements. Leila runs painting workshops from her studio in the Cotswolds where she paints seascape and landscape canvases from her travels across the world.

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