In Touch Art & Sculpture Exhibition, Dorton House - Social Event

PUBLISHED: 16:41 21 December 2010 | UPDATED: 18:18 20 February 2013

Avtar Sandu and Guy Portelli

Avtar Sandu and Guy Portelli

The second In Touch art and sculpture exhibition held at Dorton House, RLSB headquarters in Seal, showcased the work of Kent sculptor Guy Portelli...

The second In Touch art and sculpture exhibition held at Dorton House, RLSB headquarters in Seal, showcased the work of Kent sculptor Guy Portelli alongside many of his friends in the worlds of painting and sculpture. They included Johannes Von Stumm, President of the Royal British Society of Sculptors, Cav. Romeo di Girolamo, past President of the Royal Society of British Artists, and haute couture milliner Caroline Morris. Clive Christian donated His and Hers bottles of Clive Christian No.1, the worlds most expensive perfume, as the main raffle prize. The private view was attended by 150 guests, many travelling from London to enjoy the exhibition, which helped raise vital funds for the charitys work with blind or visually impaired children.

Images: Olivia Shaw www.oliviashawphotography.com

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