Artist uses Primrose Hill as her canvas
�Primrose Hill will play host to an ‘arts trail’ between September 10 and 18.
Nina Mankin, an artist who grew up in the area, will display her work in 15 locations around the area and visitors will be able to follow a trail around local businesses to see the art.
Keen eyed visitors may also find secret keys that would grant them access to a secret music performance to be held at an undisclosed location.
The main venue for the shop will be Mary’s Living and Giving shop, the charity shop of Mary Portas, which used to be Mankin’s father’s textile shop and will host some installations from the artist.
Other participating venues are Sweet Peas’ jewellery shop, Clifton interiors and Primrose Hill Books. Each art work will have a special link to the position it is in.
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n More information can be found on the website www.lotusartsbox.co.uk
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