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Our visit to The Carre Gallery Sleaford was serendipitous but I am so pleased we found your
moving exhibition yesterday. I am lucky that I have not personally been
affected by breast cancer but know people who have. Your project is
bold and pulls no punches and must be an inspiration to those who have
been afflicted. I do hope you can secure the funding required to take
your exhibition to lots of other places. It deserves to be seen.
I am very honoured to be taking part in this artistic project, which will open as a thought provoking exhibition later 2014.
I believe this exhibition will reflect the affected of breast cancer not only of the men and women diagnosed but also those who are around them. It will also allow for a LOUD discussion instead of the hushed whispers that surround the word cancer.
Please pop onto our page occasionally to keep updated and be among the first to find out more about this very special exhibition launch.
Thank you. Mags Gray
Good luck with the exhibition from all of us at Knitted Knockers UK.
Hi, I especially like the prose! But great website!
Congratulations you've worked so hard. Jane
I think you are a STAR
with Love GB x
Thank you all for letting me being part of this project – I feel extremely privileged to have been able to contribute some of my works. It is very rewarding when a project comes together like this. Really looking forward to the exhibition!
Thank you for making me aware of the Breathless Breastless Project exhibition at 17 on Belmont Street. It was very inspiring and very well put together.
I went to see it with my son, he graduated from Gray's last year with a degree in fine art.
We both enjoyed the work on show, and were deeply moved by the content.
Really brings out the human element. Thought provoking. A wonderful exhibition.
Powerful, poignant, inspiring and a wonderful range of media depicting the journeys of breast cancer survivors. Congratulations on a beautifully realized exhibition.