Art on the walls of  Creative Coffee Hub 

Our VeraNic artsists have been working on some wonderful new paintings which are available in the community to go and see. Creative Coffee Hub on Raddlebarn Road in Selly Oak are currently exhibiting a collection from our artists. 
For more information about Creative Coffee Hub please visit and their Creative Coffee Hub Facebook Page . 
There is an opportunity to meet some of our keen artists, have a coffee and chat with them at Creative Coffee Hub Thursday 1st August at 11am. 
Creative Coffee Hub 
17A Raddlebarn Road 17A 
B29 6HJ 
Phone: 0121 572 7300 

Meet some of the VeraNic artists from Cerebral Palsy Midlands 

Ian Diplock 

Ian is one of our newest clients in the art room, he has difficulties with hand co-ordination, however that doesn't stop him and his creativity to get arty. 

Anthony Lunney 

Anthony describes himself as someone ''who never gives up'' and ''Never let my disability get in my way''. Anthony's choice of art work varies depending on what he wants to do. His latest pieces include the Royal Portrait paintings as he felt inspired with them being in the press and media a lot in recent times. 

Emma Miller 

Emma is a person who takes great passion and enjoyment in the things she does. She takes pride in everything she does and this is evident through her art work. 

Carl Johnson 

Carl produces pieces of art that have meaning to him. He likes to be a hands on sort of artist, creating paintings and 3D sculptures. 

Ian Alexander 

Ian has autism and significant needs, however we have found a new passion and flare of his in our art room. 

Mary hill 

Mary has cerebral palsy, which is a condition that confines her to a wheelchair and affects her hands, so struggles to hold things like pencils and paintbrushes. This is not something she allows to affect her though and constantly strives to do the best she can with this showing through her art work. 

Jeff young 

Jeff's paintings are highly talked about her at CPM, not only for the fact that he has created so many pieces, but also the quality of these paintings. 

Clifford Adams 

Clifford is a very practical artist who is inspired by several different things. For example one of his pieces is a story board, which has 15 different scenes, that had to be planned and then painted, which took many hours of hard work and dedication. His current exhibited work is a Paralympic sculpture that has taken many hours. 
If you are interested in supporting Cerebral Palsy Midlands and exhibitng some paintings please do get in touch. 
For all enquiries please contact Development Officer Sarah Lilly either by email or telephone 0121 427 3182 (Ext. 3). 
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