AN 80-year-old expat is launching her last ever art exhibition.
London-born painter Patricia Lucas, who moved to Spain in 1972, is unveiling her latest work in Jimena.
But according to her sister Jean Sassoon it will probably be the last chance for the public to get a glimpse of her work which has been shown around the world.
“She is a superb painter of Spanish landscapes and this will probably be her last exhibition as she is now 80,” she said.
Meanwhile Lucas, who lives in Marchenilla, added: “When I first came to Andalucia I was amazed by the fields full of colours.
“After 40 years living in the south of Spain my aim is still to reflect the light of spring.”
The exhibition will take place in Agaden, Jimena, from tomorrow (June 1) until June 10.
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