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Art looks at links with film culture.

TWO artists will be holding an exhibition in Nuneaton to mark Architecture Week.

The display at the town's Riversley Park Museum and Art Gallery, will feature 10 large-scale oil on canvas works.

Artist Paul Littlehales explores the links between static pictures and the moving film culture we live in.

He is a final year tutor on the BA Fine Art Degree programme at Solihull College and his family's popular culture was dominated by American films.

Frank Cook will be exhibiting a selection of architecturally-themed images created using a combination of watercolour, pencil, bleach and handmade paper.

He has recently been elected a full member of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists.

All of the artists' work will be on sale during the exhibition, which will run from Friday, June 7 to Sunday, July 27.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:May 30, 2008
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