Posted on 5th September 2019
Celebrating the launch of Christmas cards and fine art prints of ‘St John’s at Christmas,’ alongside an exhibition of work by the artist, Melanie Hodge.
Card sales will benefit St John’s Church with a percentage of A2 Fine Art Print sales going to St John’s and the children’s mental health charity YoungMinds.
Originally painted in reverse oils on glass, the original painting will be on display at St John’s throughout October, alongside other work by Melanie.
For more information about Melanie’s work and to place advance orders of the print please visit https://mjhodgeart.co.uk or follow the links from @MJHodgeArt on Facebook or Instagram.
Special Offer on Pre-Orders of Prints
Order before 20 September to receive a free pack of 6 greeting cards with each print ordered.
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