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Charron Pugsley-Hill

Why I buy from Independents and Artists! And why I would like you too……by Peterborough Artist Charron Pugsley-Hill

OK I admit it for most of my life I didn’t get art and I didn’t understand how it could affect my emotions and my moods. I didn’t think about all those people with their small businesses beavering away trying to make a living away from the corporate world despite my dad having his own […]

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The Flowers of Monet's Garden, Original Painting

HOW YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE BY SHOPPING WITH SMALL BUSINESSES! Peterborough Artist Charron Pugsley-Hill

Does it matter if I shop with small businesses? Surely it won’t make much of a difference to them? WELL YES IT DOES! A HUGE DIFFERENCE!The following is the difference that it makes to me but imagine this difference all over the country to all those businesses trying to survive in this tough economic world….. […]

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HARVEST GOLD AND AUTUMN COLOUR-PETERBOROUGH ARTIST CHARRON PUGSLEY-HILL

Autumn colours have been attracting  my gaze over the last couple of weeks as I think its been the best autumnal colour for a few years certainly here in Peterborough. Usually oranges and yellows are not the colours that I am attracted to most but when they are on tall statuesque trees then its a […]

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My Vulnerability as an Artist-Charron Pugsley-Hill

Right now I am feeling vulnerable. This doesn’t happen that often and its not an emotion that sits well with me. But it is something that we all feel, some more than others. The following are some of the questions and thoughts that make me vulnerable as an artist. Some of you reading this may […]

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World War I in 1915-Commemorating With Art-Artist Charron Pugsley-Hill

I am commemorating significant places people and events from WWI with a series of artworks created a hundred years on. Each year I will be looking at the major events and seeing which ones inspire or interest me in telling their stories through art that I create. In 1915 the following have particularly caught my […]

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