Watch artist paint her statue for Pigs Gone Wild at La Tour Cycle Café in Ipswich on May 18 and 19
- Credit: Sarah Lucy brown
Artist Loïs Cordelia will take her paint brush to a large pig sculpture next week and is calling on the community to drop by and take a look.
The finished product will join a sounder of pigs that will be scattered across Ipswich this summer as part of St Elizabeth Hospice’s Pigs Gone Wild project.
Loïs said: “I very much encourage anyone to come and have a look.
“I hope if the weather is nice we will be outside but if not we will be in the foyer.”
Sponsored by Ipswich Central, Loïs’ pig will depict Christchurch Mansion on one side, and Ipswich Waterfront on the other, and has been called, Pig-Geswyk.
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Visit La Tour Cycle Café in Ipswich on May 18 and 19 from 10am to 4pm to see Loïs at work.
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