Eastern Pavilions Print Portfolio for Sale

05/12/2011

 

Eastern Pavilions Print Portfolio for Sale

05/12/2011

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Bedford Creative Arts is proud to be part of Eastern Pavilions. Each of the 12 visual art organisations in the East, supported by a local patron of the Arts, commissioned an artist to produce a new unique work which collectively form a Print Portfolio. We are pleased to have commissioned Bedfordshire artist Andy Holden whose print is generously sponsored by local design agency Bonfire Creative Intelligence (www.bonfireci.com).

The Eastern Pavilions Print Portfolio is on sale for £1000 via Bedford Creative Arts. This beautifully presented, boxed portfolio contains 12 limited edition A3 size prints, by artists with a strong link to the East region. The Portfolio is fabulous value and a great way to start collecting contemporary art.

The portfolio is available for sale now. Please contact us for more information.

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