Re-opening the Case - where are these works?

Friday, 9 February 2007

In the autumn of 2001, twenty seven textile works of mine were stolen from a gallery in The Pantiles in Tunbridge Wells. The works, with a total value of over £6000 had been stored in the gallery for a forthcoming exhibition which never happened. There was no forced entry, therefore the insurance did not pay. The gallery owner shortly afterwards declared bankruptcy. The police investigated, but the work was never found. Neither did I receive any compensation.

Where are these works now?