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Tim Woolcock CV and Exhibitions

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Born 05/02/1952 in Blackpool, Lancashire, England
1963 - 1970 attended Arnold School in Blackpool
1971 Attended the Roehampton Institute London University
1974 -1986 Taught in London Schools
 
 
EXHIBITONS
 
2002
ST GILES GALLERY NORWICH
 
2004
RUSSELL GALLERY LONDON
ART LONDON
ART CHICAGO
 
2005
ROYAL SOCIETY BRITISH ARTISTS
ART LONDON
LANGHAM FINE ART SUFFOLK
 
2006
LEMON STREET GALLERY CORNWALL
RUSSELL GALLERY LONDON
 
2007
RANSOM GALLERY LONDON
 
2009
RANSOM GALLERY LONDON
CROSS GALLERY LONDON
ART LONDON
 
2010
PAINTING PURCHASED OFFICE PUBLIC WORKS DUBLIN
 
2011
RANSOM GALLERY LONDON
 
2012
JORGENSEN FINE ART DUBLIN
 

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According to the Hermosa Beach Police we had multiple vehicle burglaries over the last few days east of PCH.  Several are most likely from residents failing to lock their cars. The residents and visitors are advised to take valuable items (Computers, IPOD's, GPS devices, jewelry, etc.) out of their vehicles and remember to LOCK them.