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TWO PRACTICES DECIDED TO MERGE AND WHAT A STRUGGLE IS WAS

Dr Jeremy Vevers has a series of his own artworks on display in his surgery waiting room.

Dr Vevers, a GP in East Grinstead, West Sussex, only started part-time lessons at an art school three years ago but patients and partners have spent more than £1,000 on seven of his works, influenced by expressionist artists Antoni Tapies and Emil Nolde.

He said creating art was a satisfying way to set himself problems – and overcome them.

‘I'm interested in the way

the landscape impinges on the way I feel and vice versa,' Dr Vevers said.

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