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Romford Pictures: Paintings by Gidea Park artist, Terry Ffyffe

PUBLISHED: 15:45 20 June 2013 | UPDATED: 17:03 20 June 2013

Paintings from Terry Ffyffe

Paintings from Terry Ffyffe

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Take a look at these paintings by Gidea Park artist Terry Ffyffe.

Terry was the artist in residence at the Fairkytes Arts Centre in Billet Lane, Hornchurch from 2000 to 2007, he was also commissioned by Havering Council to paint the murals in Upminster and Gidea Park Libraries.

His work has been exhibited in galleries in Havering and in London.

If you like what you see, check out his latest exhibition, called The Passion of Christ at Christ The Eternal High Priest Church Hall in Gidea Park from Saturday until Thursday July 4.

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