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What is the most mundane object that you have ever been inspired to paint?

 A toothbrush
 A phone
 A clock
 Your keys
 A laundry basket
 A pair of shoes
 Other (please tell us in the forum)
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13 May to 17 July 2012
An exhibition of new work by six respected artists to mark the diamond anniversary of the North York Moors National Park. William Tillyer, Len Tabner, Peter Hicks, Joe Cornish and Gillies Jones are at the very top of their respective fields with their work featuring in exhibitions all around the world. Linking them all is the North York Moors, the place where they live and are inspired. Wheelchair Accessible.

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