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I’m so excited for this Inaugural Exhibition

I’m so excited for this Inaugural Exhibition

I’m so excited for this exhibition. After four decades in the arts this is my first time having my work in the Inaugural Exhibition of a Gallery! Thank you @VeeeeColeman and @fort_nft  Congratulations on the Launch. Check it out at Fort Gallery NFT Fort Gallery NFT @fort_nft THIS MUST BE THE PLACE Stephanie Fuller has worked in the arts industry for 35 years. She recently minted NFTs- her drops selling out same day & increasing in value on secondary. @steffullerart has two works on view, her only 1/1s on H=N Purchase here: https://fortgallerynft.com/?page_id=392 Stephanie FullerDusky Clouds500 tez Stephanie FullerRose Tints500 tez...

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My NFTart Edition of 10 "Abyss" SOLD OUT overnight and then ...

My NFTart Edition of 10 "Abyss" SOLD OUT overnight and then ...

My NFTart - Edition of 10 "Abyss" SOLD OUT overnight and then one of the edition resold on the secondary market for 20x the original price!!! Follow the thread below to see what happened. https://twitter.com/LaurenceFuller/ #HicEtNunc          

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Made in Kent has become my focus

Made in Kent has become my focus

One thing I’ve been thinking about a lot in the last year is how much we buy from overseas. And with the latest news about how much is being sent to landfill, even brand new goods, I’m more determined than ever to buy local. But more than that, Made in Kent has become my focus. With events like South East Artists (SEAS) everything is made in Kent. The sun is shining and the Arts Trail is on again for the last weekend. Walk the foot miles not the shipping miles and buy something beautiful for your home created locally. My...

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Working from home

Working from home

The first time I saw Turners watercolours was at the British Museum in 1982. My grandparents had emigrated to Australia from Margate, where they had an antique store. My grandmother loved Turner's watercolours of Margate and often spoke of them when I was a teenager.   I bought a book of Turner's watercolours on my way home to Putney, where I first lived when I moved to the UK. After reading the book I enrolled in an art course, from then on I was hooked. As a student I would paint in sketchbooks with watercolours, never leaving home without my...

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When the pain of grief had lifted after 30 years

When the pain of grief had lifted after 30 years

What happened to me that day was too much. Too much for me and too much for other people. So how I cope is to paint the places I would rather have been that day. We all have days we wish we were somewhere else, and a need to escape. The serenity in my paintings is there for peace and rest. A place to loose yourself in that fills your mind with beauty. Come and visit my Open Studio this weekend. STEPHANIE FULLER ARTIST OPEN STUDIO 36 Nelson St, Deal Kent CT14 6DRM 07484 177 086Saturday 19th June 10.30-6pmSunday 20th...

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