Reflections

Sunday, September 14, 2014

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Art aficionados, friends and well-wishers turned out for Sarah Gusten-Marr's art exhibition, aptly titled 'Reflections' — Gusten-Marr sought and found inspiration during a painting trip to South Africa — on Tuesday, August 26, at 10 Hanover Street, Mayfair, London.


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The unveiling of Sarah Gusten-Marr's 'Reflections' took the form of a fabulous cocktail reception complete with Jamaica Patty Comapnies (JPC) patties on Tuesday, August 26, at 10 Hanover Street, Mayfair.


The exhibition, which ran for a week, featured a body of new work inspired by a painting trip to South Africa.




Editor's Note: Sarah Gusten-Marr was born in Liberia, West Africa. She was adopted by German parents and was educated to become a citizen of the world. Gusten-Marr, who is fluent in three languages, studied at the Academia di Moda, Rome and at the Istituto Europeo di Design di Roma. She then went on to Winchester School of Art in Great Britain and graduated from the American College of the Applied Arts in London.


Gusten-Marr returned to the UK from Boston some six years ago.
















   

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