Artist puts work on show at Redditch Library

By Connie Osborne Friday 15 February 2013 Updated: 15/02 09:23

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PETS, celebrities and landscapes are all being exhibited by a Redditch artist.

Mount Pleasant resident Jenny Mann is displaying a collection of her oil canvases, chalk and water colour pieces at Redditch Library until March 3.

The 29-year-old, who has painted everything from portraits of Johnny Depp and Jimi Hendrix to cows in the Worcestershire countryside, said she had received compliments on her work already.

"I've got a book of comments next to the exhibition and a lot of people have said really nice things. I just hope people enjoy the pieces and maybe some commissions will come from it."

"I love painting and I will try anything, so if anyone has an idea I would love to hear from them."

Visit www.jenny-mann.com to see more of Ms Mann's work or visit her studio Mann Made Art at The Old Needle Works in Britten Street.

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