Today's interview is with Sculptor, Annie Jeffery.
Annie's work has been exhibited in galleries in the UK and France and is in private collections. The first in a series of pieces called ‘Female Landscape’, carved in French Limestone, won the Sir Robert Marshall Prize in the Bridport Open Art Exhibition in 2003. The latest in the series is currently being shown in the Sculpture Garden at The Mill at Gordleton.
She is a former chairman of a Riding for the Disabled Group, has been a Trustee of The Fortune Centre of Riding Therapy and of a Spina Bifida support group, and a volunteer ambassador for the Honeypot Children’s charity for several years.
Having seen how the power of art can change people’s lives for good, Annie is now putting her work as a sculptor on hold to devote her energies and experience in fundraising to creating a new charity, hArt - Hampshire Art for Recreation and Therapy, and building it for the future. Less than a year from becoming a registered charity, hArt has already delivered a number of projects working with adults and children.
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