Nicky Carvell says Walthamstow is her 'adopted spiritual home'

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Nicky Carvell with her East 17 art. Buy this photo Nicky Carvell with her East 17 art.

An artist who describes Walthamstow as “the promised land” is displaying numerous works made in honour of 1990s boy band East 17.

Nicky Carvell’s Peace from East 17 exhibition opened on Friday in the council’s pop up shop in Walthamstow, where she is putting on show a collection of her bright pop art honouring the Walthamstow group.

The exhibition runs until April 15 and is open from midday until 6pm at 137 Hoe Street, Walthamstow.

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4:42pm Mon 7 Apr 14

Villagecranberry says...

Fantastic, does she do Prince?
Fantastic, does she do Prince? Villagecranberry
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7:53pm Mon 7 Apr 14

NDevoto says...

It's a little known fact they were a big influence on the Beatles during the 60s and instrumental in ending World War I.

at least Wikipedia says it, so it must be true.
It's a little known fact they were a big influence on the Beatles during the 60s and instrumental in ending World War I. at least Wikipedia says it, so it must be true. NDevoto
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8:37pm Mon 7 Apr 14

xcvnxcvnxcvn says...

She clearly very much likes Brian Harvey.....
She clearly very much likes Brian Harvey..... xcvnxcvnxcvn
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10:43pm Mon 7 Apr 14

Villagecranberry says...

Has she got one of him running himself over with his own car in
Hatherley Mews?
Has she got one of him running himself over with his own car in Hatherley Mews? Villagecranberry
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