Winslow artist’s work on display in another historic market town

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WINSLOW artist Shirley Bradford currently has an exhibition of her work on display at the Cowper and Newton Museum, in Olney.

Ms Bradford, who is married to fellow artist Paul Millichip, works from their home and studio in Parsons Close, off Horn Street.

Many people locally have had the chance to browse their works as the pair regularly take part in the Bucks Open Studios in June.

Ms Bradford also travels worldwide with groups of artists, most recently to Greece.

Entitled The Inner Eye, the bold and imaginative paintings displayed at the Cowper and Newton Museum, in Olney’s market square, depict landscapes, still life and images from Ms Bradford’ travels.

The exhibition runs until May 31.

The Cowper and Newton Museum opens Tuesday to Saturday and bank holidays from 10.30am to 4.30pm.

For more information, visit www.millichipbarnstudio.com/shirley-bradford.htm