Poppy prints in war re­mem­brance

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them to do. I tried to keep out of their way and they re­spected what I was do­ing.

“Ev­ery one of the per­form­ers – and those work­ing back­stage – has a spe­cific job to do and even their sit­ting down or wait­ing time is re­ally fo­cussed. So it was quite easy for me to be ig­nored.”

Be­hind the Cur­tain, White Cloth Gallery, Leeds, to Fe­bru­ary 1, 2015. www. white­cloth­gallery.com LIMITED edi­tion poppy in­spired prints for the Bri­tish Le­gion have gone on view in the re­gion.

Scar­lett Raven has cre­ated only 100 prints, with £100 from ev­ery sale go­ing to the char­ity.

The artist has al­ready gained celebrity fans in­clud­ing Or­lando Bloom and Take That who are col­lec­tors of her work.

She has also cre­ated the world’s first aug­mented re­al­ity piece of art, work­ing with the app Blip­par – and you can view the print through an app on any smart phone.

You can see her prints at Cas­tle Gal­leries in York.

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