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Artist’s Website – Biography
I was born in Youlgrave, Derbyshire, as the youngest of three children. Unbeknownst to me at the time, the social events of the era had a lasting effect upon my art, and continues to affect the work I do today. My father worked for British Rail, but was made redundant as part of the Beeching cuts in the mid-60s. This impacted many lives and rural communities around me and led to long-term health problems for my father, who later also became blind.
I had a natural interest in the arts and crafts, and developed some of these skills through helping my father cope with his blindness.
Upon leaving school, I attended college on a hairdressing course. There, I developed a further interest in art through a class I took part in, but was discouraged from taking it further.
I married and became a mother of three, concentrating on my children and their futures, but never lost my love for art. It was raising my children that led me to realise the importance of my ambitions. I resumed my practice by attending various evening classes over the next few years, whilst working in the day-time to earn a living.
In 2007, I completed the foundation studies which would allow me to gain my degree – a long-held ambition – but unfortunately, I could not afford to attend university. It was a great disappointment, but I carried on with my work and, two years later, circumstances changed. I gained a place at Sheffield Hallam University, and in 2012 graduated with a first-class Honours Degree in Creative Art Practice. I am now a full member of a-n – The Artists Information Company.
My past has given me the strength to practice my art, and this is reflected in what I do. The importance of the preservation of our cultural ancestry and genealogy are deeply ingrained within my work. I believe the past should not be disregarded, but celebrated as a constant reminder of our evolution in all things and, most importantly, the value of human emotion.
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Marehay Garage Services – Website
Welcome to Marehay Garage Services Ltd, an award-winning, family garage and authorised repairer. We place customer service and satisfaction at the forefront of everything we do. So click around to see all of our fantastic services and deals, and learn how car servicing is done the Marehay Way.
- With our Courtesy, Collect and Deliver offer, we can collect your vehicle straight from your door, leaving behind a courtesy car until yours is ready to go. Once it is ready, we will bring it straight back to you. All completely free of charge!
- Our £27 MOTs are the cheapest in the area! Available on all makes and models, we offer the award-winning Marehay quality at an affordable price.
- A free Wash and Vac with every service! Not only will your car run like new, it will look like it’s straight off the forecourt too!
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Garage – Job Advertisement (Edited)
Come and work for one of the U.K’s top 30 Vauxhall retailers for Customer Satisfaction.
We are Marehay Garage Services Limited in Ripley, an independent Vauxhall approved repairer, and we are looking to recruit an experienced vehicle technician to join our team on a full-time basis.
The hours are 8.00am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday and every other Saturday from 8.00am until mid-day.
You would be working on a variety of jobs associated with the maintenance and repair of not only Vauxhalls, but also other makes and models of vehicles. Qualified MOT tester status is preferable but not essential.