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Jean Picton

Jean joined a circus at the age of 14 and thus began a theatrical career. From this modest beginning and by the 1950s, having toured most variety theatres in the U.K., she became one of the famous Windmill Girls at the Windmill Theatre in the West End of London – working with such greats as Harry Secombe and Bruce Forsyth. 1970 – Spent some time in the U.S.A. and was a regular on the Joey Adams TV show “Coast to Coast”. 1980 – Became a regular in TV “Hi de Hi” and Eastenders. 1990 – Started painting seriously. Art Education 1994 Central St Martins, London, design diploma. 1995 West Hertfordshire College of Art & Design, Callowland campus, access in Art & Design. 1996 West Hertfordshire College of Art & Design, Callowland Campus, City & Guilds Ceramic Part 1 & 2. 1997 University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, Art & Design faculty – began degree course, part-time B.A. hons Fine Art. 1998 Started “ART MENORCA”, organising small group painting holidays on the Mediterranean Island of menorca, tutoring in watercolour and acrylic techniques. 2002 Graduated from University of Hertfordshire Bachelor of Art Honours degree in fine art. 2003 Invited to become a Fellow of The Digswell Art Trust. Various exhibitions held throughout London and Hertfordshire.

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