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Lynne on the set of the hugely-popular Channel 4 programme "Watercolour Challenge".

Lynne's work has featured on T.V. programmes including Watercolour Challenge (Channel 4) and Open House (Channel 5). She has also been invited to give interviews for radio and newspapers.

As a result of the success of Watercolour Challenge, Lynne's paintings were exhibited at The Mall Galleries in London.

Her art classes are now almost all full, and she has taken on extra tutors to help her. As well as all her existing adults' and children's classes, Lynne has now started a new life painting class at the studio although, being so popular, there is already a waiting list for this class!

Lynne's diary is almost full now, with teaching, guest demonstrating, painting for exhibition and commissions, but she's always delighted to talk to other artists (or would-be artists) at the studio.

Lynne attended the preview of the Watercolour Challenge exhibition with her picture-framer husband, Martyn, as guests of sponsors Winsor and Newton.

The Mall Gallery packed with Watercolour Challenge competitors, film crew, and celebrities all enjoying wine and canapés. Lynne's painting of Tapeley Park Gardens was one of the first to sell!

Says Lynne: Winsor and Newton really looked after us, and it was so nice to see all the work so well framed and hung. It was lovely to catch up with all the other competitors and crew, as well as the judges whose work was also on show. We all agreed it was a truly wonderful exhibition.

The photos show a view of the Mall Gallery at the opening, and Lynne with artist Mike Chaplin.

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