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Painting microadventure
 

Painting Microadventure

Carrying on my occasional series of films about the ways different people enjoy the outdoors and microadventures, I headed to Cornwall to spend a night out with artist Glyn Macey.

If you like Glyn’s work, please do check out his work, his courses, and his tutorials.
https://www.facebook.com/glynmaceystudio/
https://www.glynmacey.co.uk/

Local beer hand-chilled in natural spring water. Every London hipster gnashes with envy. 😉

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