Exhibition
Sat 19th August 2017 to Thu 24th August 2017
Mouth & Foot Artworks by Katrina Gardner

Katrina Gardner was born partly disabled by Thalidomide in  August 1962. Surrounded by a loving and supportive family, Katrina developed a passion for art and became a student for MFPA (Mouth and Foot Painting Artists) in the year 2000.

Katrina has travelled all over the country giving talks and demonstrations of how she uses her feet to create amazing works of art. She visits schools, prisons and all different organisations to showcase her foot painting.

Visitors will be able to view Katrina's footwork in the Carriage House from 19th August until 24th August, 11am to 5pm.

This exhibition is free with normal admission charges.

http://www.mfpa.uk/

Contact Information:

Helen Dewson

T: 01964 562400

E: helendewson@burtonconstable.com

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