Milestones at Art in the Park

2008-05-22 00:00

THERE are two familiar Nashua Art in the Park faces marking milestones at this year’s exhibition, opening on May 28 in Alexandra Park. One is miniature artist Beth Freeman-Kane, showing her work for the 10th time, and the other is Wendy Mills, whose 25th — and final — visit this is.

Wendy Mills has decided that this will be her final appearance after a quarter of a century, during which time she has been the top seller twice and is always among the most successful artists. Later this year, she will be moving to Edinburgh, and the Drakensberg and Zimbabwe scenes that have been her trademark work will probably give way to scenes of Scottish lochs — although, as Mills says, there are so many South Africans and Zimbabweans in the UK that there will no doubt be a demand for paintings to remind them of home.

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