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 This weekend was our special 200th appearance weekend which we celebrated in style at two galleries. Castle Galleries Wolverhampton on Saturday and Castle Galleries Meadowhall on Sunday. Both events were packed so apologies for the delay for dedications as the queues formed during the appearances it did get incredibly busy at times, such a great response to the Impossimals and one that left us grinning from ear to ear on a special weekend.

 We did manage to grab a few photos along the way which you can find below and we met some lovely people too.

 All manner of Impossimals found their way to new homes, from Tuppenny Pennysaurus’s to Love Me Do sculptures each one was dedicated where possible and as personally as possible on the day.

 Pictured above is Charlotte with her family who came along and bought with her a copy of an art project she put together based on the Impossimals and delightful it was too.

The gallery had even supplied a special little cake for the day, a lovely touch much appreciated.

 Sunday and a tower of cakes heralded the start of the Castle Galleries Meadowhall appearance and boy did it get busy.

 With queues approaching six deep at times the large gallery started to fill up with collectors.

 It was another incredibly special day, so many people, so many stories as we found out what the Impossimals meant to such a lot of collectors.

 Both limited editions and sculptures went on the day gradually thinning down the walls until the gallery closing time came along. A wonderful weekend with plenty of memories.

So a big thankyou to both galleries and of course to everyone who came along to help us celebrate.

This coming weekend we will be at Cardiff on Saturday, who now have a new location and have moved from their Cardiff Bay gallery to a more central position in the new St Davids shopping arcade and on Sunday we make a welcome return to a very Christmassy 1st December appearance at The Original Art Shop in Trentham, Stoke-On-Trent.

Two great events and some of the last chances to see Bloodlines in its entirety, some classic Impossimal editions and to get those special dedications for Christmas as only seven events are left before we disappear to the studio for a few years to bring you more Impossimals and to begin a project that is going to challenge us to the core – Revelation pencilled in for autumn 2015.

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