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Face-to-Face Marketing – Make your exhibition presence count

Rising exhibition costs and the arrival of LinkedIn for business networking has led to a decline in exhibition attendance in some industries. That said, in other industries, like building engineering services, trade shows are still thriving and businesses can’t afford not to exhibit as this would be like handing hot leads to your strongest competitor. 384 more words

Customers

Value of the Find: Exhibition

I’m pleased to announce that one of my pieces has been selected for an exhibition at York St. Mary’s this Autumn. ‘Value of the Find’ is a pop-up exhibition running alongside the main exhibition, ‘Finding the Value’. 104 more words

Art

Vanitas series

I’ve just finished two pieces of work in my new Vanitas series – here are some detailed shots of the completed works.

Claire Manning, ‘Vanitas n.02′ (detail) … 67 more words

Studio

How to Supercharge Your Exhibiting Results

Preparing for a trade show can be a challenging experience. From the financial to the logistical, trade shows offer a massive range of benefits for your business but often demand an equally great amount of focus, work and commitment. 640 more words

Customers

Installation shots from 'Recursive' & 'Repetition'

Some general shots of this dramatic 2-element show which also reveal my work in situ in the wonderful No Format Gallery, Woolwich. The exhibition continues until 2nd November 2014, Thursday to Sunday, 11:00am to 5:00pm. 71 more words

Art

A #Clevedon #pleinair #painting round-up

After a blogging hiatus brought on by decorating I eventually switched back to the smaller brushes, here’s a round up of some painting I did in Clevedon a few weeks back. 264 more words

Exhibiting

Cley Exhibition

I spent last Wednesday setting up our little section of the shop at Cley Windmill with Mum.  It was so satisfying to see something through from taking the photographs, printing, framing and hanging the finished pieces in their places at Cley.   247 more words

Photography