Chris Griffin exhibition at the Washington Gallery

Wednesday 9 June 2010, 18:03

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Detail of Rough Pastures by Chris Griffin. Image courtesy of the artist.

The Washington Gallery in Penarth is to host an exhibition of new work by Welsh artist Chris Griffin.

The exhibition will open with a private view on Sunday 13 June, and will remain on display until 5 July.

Born in 1945 in Maesycwmmer in the Rhymney Valley, Griffin was educated at Gloucester College of Art and the Royal College of Art, where he won the Anstruther Prize. He also attended Cardiff College of Art.

Find out more about the exhibition on the Oriel Washington Gallery website.

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