The Llewellyn Alexander Gallery accepted three pictures from me this year for their annual ‘Not the Royal Academy” exhibition, and when Jillian phoned to tell me which they had chosen, she made a point of saying “Oh, we want the London ones!”, so good news for us all, I guess!
The exhibition started on June 13th and my “Embankment” painting sold on the first day hurrah! No news since then, but I’m still crossing my fingers for another sale (or two!) before the exhibition ends August 19th
An exhibition of 9 artists from the Society of Graphic Fine Art.
Founded in 1919, the Society promotes fine drawing skills in both traditional and contemporary media. Private View (all welcome)
6.00pm—7.30pm Thursday 2nd February 2017
2nd February —22nd March 2017
The Street Gallery, University College Hospital, 235 Euston Road, London NW1 2BU
RSVP:email@example.com 020 3447 5451
uclh arts and heritage have been generously funded by UCL Hospitals Charity
The above image is Worthing Lido by Stuart Stanley
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 2017. 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.
Bill has two paintings the Discerning Eye exhibition at Mall Gallery SW1 (Thursday 17 November – Sunday 27 November 10-5 admission free).
The selectors are two critics, two artists and two collectors. My ‘Nunhead Cemetery’ (below) was selected by Sacha Craddock, art critic for the Guardian. My other piece ‘Autumn leads to Spring’ (mounted on aluminium) was selected by Celia Imrie. The photo shows her choosing my painting!
This is the 25th year of Discerning Eye. There is always a very good selection of work, and everything is for sale. More info on www.discerningeye.org
Just thought to mention that some lovely examples of Wendy’s work appear in the recently published “Pen and Ink, contemporary artists, timeless techniques”, by James Hobbs: a compilation, in A5 format, of works by 35 artists, showing different styles, plus some text about each work. Well laid out – a pleasure and a help. Bravo, Wendy! One of her works was, I think, done on a Drawing London day out in Greenwich.