163rd Annual Open Exhibition
4 October – 29 November 2015
The RWA’s Annual Open Exhibition – now in its 163rd year – is a highlight of the region’s art calendar. Attracting leading artists from throughout the UK, it is open to all, and often includes work by previously un-shown exhibitors alongside well-known names. A selection panel assesses every entry and this year 593 works by 386 artists have made it into the final exhibition. The exhibition also includes a major work by this year’s invited artist, Rose Hilton, who is the RWA’s latest Honorary Academician.
My linocut print ‘Rocking’ was hanged in a black and white room in a prominent place!
‘Picture Tree’ – an exhibition by South West Illustrators
Venue: Gallery 44AD, 4 Abbey Street, Bath BA1 1NN
Dates: Tue 30 Sep – Sun 5 Oct
Opening hours: 11am to 7pm (except Wed 12noon – 7pm and Sun 1pm – 4pm)
This exhibition showcases original artwork of 14 local artists including picture book illustrators, a stamp designer and a prop and model maker.
There is something for all tastes – fantasy, nature, whimsy, humour, magic, eccentricity – in media including pen and ink, watercolour, collage and digital. A variety of work is offered for sale, from original artwork to signed prints, books and cards.
Participating artists are Jane Veveris Callan, Ivana Svabic Cannon, Kate Davies, Richard Deverell, Mary Hall, Tony Hitchcock, Penny Ives, Scott Joyce, Lisa Kelly, Jan Nesbitt, Anna Popescu, Nick Shewring and Nadine Wickenden.
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The Clifton Arts Club annual open exhibition is a show case for artists and is held at the Bristol School of Art annually in July and attracts many professional artist throughout the South West.
Selection is done by RWA academicians and we have a very large entry – hanging approximately 350 paintings and prints, as well as sculpture, ceramics and 3D work. Many of our members have been accepted by the Bath Society and the Royal West of England Academy events.
I have 3 prints hanged at the exhibition. I will be much happier if my prints are on display
all together, instead being scattered around. But I’m happy because they are on display!
Please go to see the exhibition admission free!
At the Royal West of England Academy gift shop I have five prints in linocut for sale!
I had a dilemma about a title for this print. At first it was ‘Light’ but then I’ve changed it to ‘Good Vibrations’. Anyway, actually it resemblance to some live, electrical entrance into another world and maybe I should have called it something like that! This print, as all the rest of my linocut prints, has a texture, emboss, which unfortunately cannot be captured on a photograph.
Many people like this print because it’s a very simple image beaming with electrical energy!
An Exhibition of Argentine Tango in painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking and dance.
Showing 6th – 27th April 2013
Private view – Friday 5th April at 6pm
The Grant Bradley Gallery is pleased to present its April 2013 exhibition “Alchemy: The Tango Connection”. Inspired by Argentine Tango, Alchemy: The Tango Connection will bring together the works of 6 artists who work with painting, photography, sculpture, printmaking and dance to support this exciting theme.
Join us on Friday the 5th of April at 6pm for this exhibition’s private view, which will also involve a unique performance of live tango by Eduardo Bozzo and Sophie Milner.
There is no need to RSVP to attend this event and all are welcome to attend.
Drinks and refreshments will be served.
The Grant Bradley Gallery
1 St Peters Court
Bristol BS3 4AQ
0117 9637 673