artist in Cambridgeshire

No sales but the cash flows in

Cambridge Evening News
July 1984

It's hard enough to raise a healthy sum of money by selling paintings, so Ted Coney of Woollards Lane, Great Shelford, must be delighted with the £135 he raised from an exhibition of his work in his home - without selling a single work!

Ted, who is an art lecturer at Hills Road Sixth Form College, put on a show of "Family Portraits" and the money, for the Save The Children Fund, came from the sales of catalogues and admission fees from nearly 200 visitors.


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Visitor Comments
“ WHAT A WEALTH OF CREATIVITY AND EXPERIENCE ”
A.H., Ely

“ I ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT! AN EXPERIENCE TO MAKE ONE THINK ”
M.R., Ely
“ ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT! – CAN’T WAIT TO BRING VISITORS ”
J.L., Toft

“ FANTASTIC... WE’LL BE BACK! ”
S.M., Whittlesford
“ AS EVER... AN EXPERIENCE TO
INSPIRE
”
A.K., Cherry Hinton

“ IMAGINATIVE, FASCINATING AND SO WELL PUT TOGETHER ”
J.J., Cambridge
“ FASCINATING! – WE WILL RETURN ”
M.A., Burwell

“ WONDERFUL WORKMANSHIP... INTRIGUING INTERPRETATIONS ”
J.S., Ely
“ CLEARLY A VERY ATTRACTIVE PRODUCT WHICH FITS PERFECTLY IN ITS SURROUNDINGS ”
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 Opening hours:
Ted Coney's Family Portraits is closed for the winter

It reopens in April 2018.


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