FREE PICTURE:  Borders Art Fair Starting This Week, Scottish Borders, Mon 21/03/2022:
From Vogue Lips to sculpted horses – Borders Art Fair will be fabulous and fun:
Elegant sculpted horses and colourful lips made using pages from Vogue plumped up with recycled jeans – just some of the fantastic and fun creations at this week’s Borders Art Fair.
  Among the more than 70 individual artists and makers, galleries, studios and collectives taking part in the weekend event (at the Borders Event Centre, Kelso from 25-27 March 2022) will be Greenlaw sculptor Frippy Jameson - with some of her renowned horses sculptures, depicting the noble animal when they are at rest.  
More information on  ,  in accompanying Press Release and from PR Consultant Matthew Shelley on 07786 704299 or at Matthew@ScottishFestivalsPR.Org 
 Photography for Borders Art Fair from: Colin Hattersley Photography - - - 07974 957 388.

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