Ely’s Old Fire Engine House to host summer exhibition of work by London printmaker and illustrator
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The Old Fire Engine House, in Ely, will host a collection of new work by printmaker and illustrator Devi Singh, the most extensive exhibition of her output to date.
Born in London, Devi studied fine art at Bishop Otter College, Chichester, specialising in printmaking.
After graduating in 1997, she began to produce hand-printed bespoke stationery and greeting cards under the name Dazy Daisy Designs.
In addition to her work as an artist, Devi was the founder and owner of the popular south-London gallery and arts centre, Melting Pot.
Since 2003 she has devoted more time to producing prints and illustrations. Her work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions in the UK and appears in private and corporate collections.
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A private viewing of her works takes place on July 3, from 6.30-8.30pm, before the exhibition opens on July 4 and runs until August 3.
To find out more, call the Old Fire Engine House on 01353 662582.
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