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1978-79 - Wapping

Shelagh Cluett developed her first mature style with work made in her studio at Wapping Wall, and showed it in 1979 in a number of exhibitions in London and across the country. The Wapping Wall studios were a hot-bed of new British Art at this time and also housed some ground=breaking exhibitions. In addtion, Cluett maintained strong links within the world of art education and spent much of the 1970s acting as visiting artist, teaching and examining in art schools up and down the country.