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Take a peek around Ely artist Ted Coney's home

Ely News
13th November 2014

A doomed love affair is the inspiration behind Ely artist Ted Coney's latest painting.

The painting, called 'The Rashomon Effect', is about a love affair from over a hundred years ago – and its subsequent effect on his family.

Ted runs Ted Coney's Family Portraits from his home in Ely's Waterside and has been opening it to visitors for the past six seasons.

All his paintings take the theme of family life and relationships.

Bookings are now been taken for the last four tours on Sundays, November 23 and 30, and December 7 and 14.

Call (01353) 650038 or visit www.tedconeysfamilyportraits.co.uk for more information.


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“ 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! ”
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“ AS EVER... AN EXPERIENCE TO
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A.K., Cherry Hinton

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J.J., Cambridge
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M.A., Burwell

“ WONDERFUL WORKMANSHIP... INTRIGUING INTERPRETATIONS ”
J.S., Ely
“ CLEARLY A VERY ATTRACTIVE PRODUCT WHICH FITS PERFECTLY IN ITS SURROUNDINGS ”
Visit England
 
 Opening hours:
Open Sundays between April - December

Reopening on
Sunday 23rd April
(booking reopens on
1st April) Tours begin at 2pm & 3pm

Other times by appointment
Booking essential



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