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In Touch 2010

PUBLISHED: 10:33 24 November 2010 | UPDATED: 18:13 20 February 2013

Renowned Kent sculptor and Dragon's Den winner Guy Portelli is exhibiting examples from his fabulous Pop Icons collection at Dorton House, near Sevenoaks on 27 and 28 November in a must-see show in aid of the Royal London Society for the Blind

In Touch 2010


Renowned Kent sculptor and Dragons Den winner Guy Portelli is exhibiting examples from his fabulous Pop Icons collection at Dorton House, near Sevenoaks on 27 and 28 November in a must-see show in aid of the Royal London Society for the Blind.


Taking place at Dorton House, Seal, near Sevenoaks TN15 0EB this weekend (27-28 November), its a rare chance to see Guys sculptures of Michael Jackson, John Lee Hooker, Frank Sinatra and John Lennon from the collection his TV appearance made famous, together with work by fellow artists and friends including Julie Frampton, Chris Myers, Johannes von Stumm, Louise Giblin and Cav. Romeo di Girolamo.


This exhibition is a showcase for one of the best and most exciting of British contemporary sculptors and an opportunity to support an extremely worthy cause.


Entry 2 (under 16s free).


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