07:00 Friday 29 November 2013

Ely artist to open her home to public

Written byJORDAN DAY

Marina Yedigaroff at home with her dog, Winner. Marina Yedigaroff at home with her dog, Winner.

A talented artist is opening up her home to the public next weekend.

Marina Yedigaroff, from Ely, is a painter and describes herself as a ‘mood-affected colourist’.

Marina paints on any surface she can - furniture, walls, bowls, boxes, fabrics, greeting cards - the list is endless.

On Saturday and Sunday (December 7 and 8), from 12-6pm on both days, Marina will be welcoming people into her home at 20, Newnham Street.

She said: “If it has a surface, I can paint it! People will be able to both browse and buy my work - I have some lovely Christmas gifts on offer.”

Call (01353) 656916 for more information.

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