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What a Liberty! Great first night at the Hot Tin

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What a fantastic opening night of my What a Liberty! exhibition at the beautiful Hot Tin in Faversham, Kent! Thank you to everyone who came. Thanks to our hosts, Mike and Romana. And thanks Roger Crosby, Karen Glykys (Instagram @karenglykys) and Emma Hill for the images in this blog.

The exhibition featured some of my art,

plus some pieces from the other three #LibertyOpen Call winners – Emma Hill, Natasha Coverdale and Catherine Rowe.


It was great that Natasha and Emma could be there too with their families.

Fuelled by The Hot Tin’s cocktail ‘The Drunken Duncan’ (gin, lime , lovage and absinthe) concocted specially for the occasion we talked and danced through the evening to Northern Soul, from DJ Ged ‘Stax Volt’ Kelly.



I got a 5m length of Tana Lawn in green as part of my prize, so I draped that above the bar.

I also bought a metre each of the other 5 fabrics that are now on sale at (‘How much!’ As my Dad would say). These were stylishly modelled by the lovely Melanie, Starry and Misty, throughout the evening.

If you weren’t able to pop last night, the exhibition runs until 4th June. Full details here or via ‘Events’on this website.

And if you cant get to Faversham, there’s no excuse, you can catch What a Liberty! (Mark 2) A Midsummer Night’s Scream at the Iron Pier Brewery, Gravesend from 22nd June, featuring music from the Brilliant I Doris Hippy Tart Heroes  a food wagon  and of course beer! More details here

If you can’t get to either exhibition, all my art is in the Gallery on this website https://www.duncangrantartist/shop/



3 thoughts on “What a Liberty! Great first night at the Hot Tin

  1. Looks absolutely fab!!!

  2. […] I’d just received some samples of the Liberty London fabric printed with my designs and it was the perfect place to celebrate alongside the other three #LibertyOpenCall winners.  Barman, William Ford, designed a cocktail ‘The Drunken Duncan’ (gin, lime, lovage and absinthe) specially for the occasion and we danced the evening away to Northern Soul, from DJ Ged ‘Stax Volt’ Kelly. htpps://  It was a great night! If you were there, you can relive it a little here: […]

  3. […] all kept in touch since then, and Emma Hill kindly submitted some of her art to an exhibition (remember those?) that I organised at The Hot Tin in Faversham, […]

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