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Artist Jane Tomlinson’s exhibition of paintings in early May defied credit-crunch gloom with a bumper number of visitors turning out to both browse and buy.

Jane’s painting of the Uffington white horse, dragon hill and the manger was widely admired:

Flying Horse painting by Jane Tomlinson

Jane exhibited recent paintings of wildlife on a Darwinian theme, but also paintings of stones and ancient monuments which are a recurring theme in her work. As well as a biologist, Charles Darwin was a talented geologist and his interest in earth sciences inspired Jane to make a new collection of paintings on a theme of pebbles:

Pinkish Pebbles by Jane Tomlinson

Jane was especially delighted when archaeologist, historian and author Gerald Ponting, who has studied Callanish in detail, arrived to admire her paintings.

See her work at www.janetomlinson.com

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