Poppies by Tom Yendell. Let the bidding begin!

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On Thursday 10th November former student and  Mouth & Foot artist, Tom Yendell, used his feet to paint a painting of poppies as part of Treloar's Remembrance Week.  

Tom has kindly donated the painting to Treloar's to auction to raise funds. 

The original painting is 28cm by 38cm.  It is now mounted with a beautiful white frame and measures 43cm by 51cm.  

Bidding will finish 10th December 2016.

Best of luck!


£ 160
Poppies - Original Artwork by Tom Yendell
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