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In auto sales, a slang term for false equity. For example, water occurs when a car owner claims $3,000 in equity on a vehicle when she only has $1,500 in equity.
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There's a rich imagination at work, too, in Mary Follows' fantasy paintings, Temporal Visions, in water-colours.
Well-presented still life paintings are Hazel Hirst's Summertime (water-colour) and Pat Pridmore's Vegetable Still Life (pastel).
"Father carried a pad of water-colour paper with him wherever he went," said Wilfred.
Semi-professional artists Gill Yarnall and Gill Sedgebear, both from Kenilworth, are showing off their water-colour paintings at the Priory Theatre in Rosemary Hill, between February 9 and 19.
The collection, of over 600 paintings, drawings and water-colours, included works by JMW Turner.
Founded in 1854, the gallery houses around 2,500 paintings, as well as water-colours, drawings, prints and sculpture.
The exhibition includes paintings, sculptures, water-colours, drawings, prints and archival information.