Arts events in Fulbourn Cambridgeshire
* Update: Thanks to everyone who came to the show! Nearly half of Norman’s paintings found good homes and £885 was raised for Arthur Rank Hospice. The remaining paintings will be available from the Arthur Rank Furniture shop from September.*
Norman Woodhouse lived in Station Road, Fulbourn for the last few years of his life, he died in February 2015.
Norman worked as an art teacher, he was a prolific painter but rarely exhibited.
The paintings he has left behind, many in oil, some in acrylic are now being sold to raise money for Arthur Rank Hospice who provide specialist palliative care services in Cambridge. All the paintings need to find good homes and are on offer in exchange for donations.
Most of the collection are landscapes, colourful expressionist paintings of the places that Norman lived, including Cambridgeshire and Saffron Walden.
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Frequently asked question: Is there a suggested donation?
Answer: Any donation accepted, please give what you can afford or what you think they’re worth. Barbara, Norman’s widow really wants as many as possible to go to good homes.