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Kemptown artist Lyn Rohde to exhibit paintings in Brighton

PUBLISHED: 15:08 02 December 2014 | UPDATED: 15:08 02 December 2014

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Kemptown artist, Lyn Rohde, (www.rohdefineart.co.uk) is exhibiting some paintings at three venues in Brighton this month

Busby & Wilds, 9 Rock Street, Brighton BN2 1NF (www.busbyandwilds.co.uk)

Several paintings of Kemptown (as well as other parts of Brighton) and a fun painting of Southwold. Prices start at £65 (framed) and a percentage of any sales will be donated to the local branch of Sands (www.uk-sands.org). This charity was founded in 1978 and operates throughout the UK, supporting anyone affected by the death of a baby and promoting research to reduce the loss of babies’ lives.

Donatello, 1-3 Brighton Place, Brighton BN1 1HJ (www.donatello.co.uk)

Here, Lyn is showing six original paintings, framed and costing £85 each. A percentage of sales will be donated to the Mayor’s local charities: The Argus Appeal, The Martlets Hospice and BHT.

Moes @ The Circus Coffee House & Wine Bar, (www.facebook.com/MoesatTheCircus), 1 Clyde Road, Brighton BN1 4NN

Lyn is showing some original images of the local area, Preston Park, The Fishing Quarter as well as Mykonos (Greece) which she visited earlier this year. Again, a percentage of sales will go the charity: digdeep.org.uk.

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