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Meetings 2019

This page is for images of drawings and paintings made by the members of our group at each of our meeting places during the year 2019. Roll your mouse over the thumbnail images to find out the month, location and author of each one. Or click on an image to see an enlargement and then view all of the enlarged images one by one

Spare works in Barbican Exhibition Nov – Dec 2018

Thee works are in the catalogue and are available for sale from the artist.

Roll the cursor over the thumbnail images below to see the title and click on one to see an enlarged version.

Bill Aldridge

Jenny Furey

Lin da Mallett

Sue Smith

Clare Weatherill

Marion Wilcocks

Wendy Winfield

 

 

Barbican Library Nov 2018

“ALL OF LONDON LIFE IS THERE”

Drawing London Group

at the Barbican Library 

Silk Street, EC2Y 8DS

Friday 30 November – Saturday 22 December 2018 

The Drawing London Group are artist friends keen to explore the vibrant life and colour of London. We meet every month to sketch and paint in familiar and lesser-known areas of London such as Leadenhall Market, Covent Garden ,  Southbank and Greenwich.
In our upcoming exhibition, inspired by the title of our show (a quote from Ben Jonson’s ‘Bartholomew Fair’) we will be showing London Life depicted in a wide variety of media including watercolour, oil, iPad and pencil drawing.

Bill Aldridge introduces our show on  London Live news

Demonstrations

Come to see our demonstrations:

Our poster

Click on the above poster to download a printable version.

List of works with prices

Download  Drawing London at Barbican Library, 2018 Catalogue List

Catalogue of images of the work displayed in this exhibition

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Bil Aldridge

John Crane

Jean Dollimore

Jenny Furey

Chris Great

Judy Hillman

Ivor Kamlish

Linda Mallett

Marcus Oliver

Jessica Saraga

Sue Smith

Marilyn Southey

Stuart Stanley

Clare Weatherill

Marion Wilcocks

Les Williams

Wendy Winfield

 

Spare Works

See images of the spare works listed in the catalogue

Images of Spare Works

 Our members’ work

 Our members’ work is often exhibited in Mall Galleries , Menier, Pallant Gallery , St Martin-in-the-Fields, Lloyd’s, Morden Hall and through our own group exhibitions, most recently at the UCLH Street Gallery.  Our next show, just before Christmas 2018, is at Barbican Library. Entitled ‘Bartholomew Fayre – All of London is there’, we celebrate 400 years of that raucous celebration of London life, and our 18 years of painting joyfully together. Come and see our work 30 November – 22 December 2018 at Barbican Library EC2Y 8DS

Featured image: Dancing over All of London by Bill Aldridge

Steve’s abstract at Tate Staff Exhibition

Inside Job: A Tate Staff Exhibition

Level 6 of Tate Modern’s Blavatnik Building.

Saturday 7th April, 10:00 – 22:00 Sunday 8th April, 10:00 – 18:00

Steve has an abstract painting in a very brief, but interesting art show at Tate Modern during the second weekend in April.

The submission was open to all staff and volunteers working for Tate on all four sites and so the idea is to showcase the artistic talents hidden within the organisation. I’m sure it’s going to be a very varied and fascinating show.

See Guardian online Review

Meetings 2018

This page is for images of drawings and paintings made by the members of our group at each of our meeting places during the year 2018. Roll your mouse over the thumbnail images to find out the month, location and author of each one. Or click on an image to see an enlargement and then view all of the enlarged images one by one.

Andrew wins 1st Prize at Windsor painting event

Andrew recently won 1st prize at the 2017 Windsor and Eton En Plein Air painting event.  Participants had to paint a scene within the grounds of Windsor Castle.

Impressions from Engine Court, Windsor Castle

Andrew’s picture is shown here, a 24 x 30″ acrylic on canvas called ‘Impressions from Engine Court, Windsor Castle’.

The 1st prize painting is presented to HM The Queen, to become part of her collection.