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Christina Sheppard; A Retrospective

An exhibition of renowned ceramic artist Christina Sheppard’s work

In 1981, Christina Sheppard was commission to create a mural of Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon for the new Shakespeare Centre extension.  The resulting mural, made up of 120 terracotta tiles depicts a decorated map of Stratford based on the 13th Century street layout and feature several key buildings in the town intermingled with people and animals. It can still be seen in the reception of the Shakespeare Centre today. 

This new exhibition at Hall's Croft explores Christina's work from the 1950's to the present day and represents examples of her creative life's work. It comprises mixed media paintings, landscapes and still-life paintings as well as illustrations and ceramics.

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