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Stay-at-Home News


So much has changed recently for all of us. The markets and events I had lined up have (ofcourse) all been postponed but the good news from the wonderful Haddon Hall, Derbyshire, is that my booking has been moved to their spectacular Christmas Fair (12-15th November and 19-22nd November) I guess things could change up until then but I’ll be updating news on that event as I find out. I’m so excited about that one, I’m already dreaming of exhibiting in such a stunning setting surrounded by their festive decorations….think of the fairy lights!!

So here it is…the new Haddon Hall Hidden History which I was saving to lainch at the Spring Fair but will be popping in my online shop shortly. Prints and cards are all ready for sale.


The list of Hidden Histories I want to do during this time at home is getting longer. I’ve had requests in the past so hopefully I can make certain customers and followers happy by finally getting on with their choices. As a bit of an added extra, I’ve decided to include another collection to my Hidden Histories. My Interior Detail, The Crescent, Buxton has proved to be a bit of gem. It’s kind of become my ‘Identity’ in terms of advertising/business cards etc…so it seemed a natural progression to draw more studies of other decorative ceilings which grace so many of our historical landmark buildings out there. Since I visited Hampton Court last year (blimey…what a history!!) I thought I could tackle (and that’s pretty much how it started to feel during its ‘creation’!) the Chapel Royal’s ceiling. (Hoping to download a couple of images soon). In times like these it seemed appropriate to call the collection ‘Looking Up’ (I need to give my partner, Mat, credit for that one). So, hopefully, there’ll be more to come.


I’m lucky to have my pet portraits as a side line and a commission currently on the drawing board. They pop up on my Facebook page (Rebecca Clitheroe Artist) from time to time and I take orders throughout the year for birthdays, Christmas, etc…so feel free to contact me any time if you have a favourite pet (of any description!)

More updates to follow.

Bye for now

Bec x


1 thought on “Stay-at-Home News

  1. New work looks wonderful Beccy. And loving the blog posts!

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