Valérie Wartelle: Closer Still at The Biscuit Factory

Sadie Pearson
Valérie Wartelle

Valérie Wartelle: Closer Still at The Biscuit Factory, North East 2 — 30 September 2023 Entrance is free — Visit now

A beautiful collection of felted artworks, with a unique chance to engage with Valérie herself, as she conducts live demonstrations of traditional felting techniques within the gallery.

Valérie Wartelle: Closer Still at The Biscuit Factory, North East 2 — 30 September 2023 Entrance is free Visit now

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