Brush with fame: Art House event at the LJCC
Helena Spearman was sipping calmly from a plastic cup of water at the London Jewish Cultural Centre last Thursday night when her work was announced among the “highly commended” entries to the London Jewish Cultural Centre’s Art House contest and exhibition. Floods of tears ensued as the Totteridge resident was embraced by friends. “He told me to enter,” she sobbed, a reference to her late husband Tony, who died two years ago, aged 68.
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Photos by Polly Hancock