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Benahavis Decorative & Fine Arts Society

08-Nov-2017

Ibex Estepona supported the lecture called 'Inspired by Stonehenge' of Benahavis Decorative & Fine Arts Society and it was a success.
Above you can see the raffle book winner and lecturer Julian Richards.

18 October 2017

Ibex Estepona office supported the first lecture of the new season of Benahavis Decorative & Fine Arts Society.
It was called 'Street Art and the City' and below you can see the raffle book winner Jennifer Kesler and lecturer Doug.
 

 

5 June 2017

Ibex Estepona supported the lectures of Benahavis Decorative & Fine Arts Society. Below you can see a photo of the lecture called 'Los Conquistadores' that took place on the 24th January 2017 with lecturer Helen Sisjling (left), raffle book winner Carole Smith (middle) and BDFAS Chairwoman Grace McNabola (right).

Below you can see a photo of the lecture called 'MGM and the Birth of The Silver Screen' that took place on the 27th February 2017 with lecturer Geri Parlby (left), raffle book winner Patricia Poncia (middle) and BDFAS Chairwoman Grace McNabola (right).

Ibex Estepona continues supporting the lectures of Benahavis Decorative & Fine Arts Society.
Below you can see a photo of the latest lecture called 'Matisse, Cutouts' with raffle book winner John Hazell (middle), lecturer Mary Alexander (left) and BDFAS Chairwoman Grace McNabola (right).

Below you can see a photo of the last lecture of Benahavis Decorative & Fine Arts Society that Ibex Estepona has supported.
It was called 'Emperor Qianlong Renaissance Man' with raffle book winner Richard (middle), lecturer David Rosier (left) and BDFAS Chairwoman Grace McNabola (right).