Hi Folks, just a bit of information, I heard today that I have been accepted for the annual Society of Women’s Artists Exhibition 2020. This is usually held in London, but, due to the Covid 19 situation, is online this year. The exhibition opens on 22nd September and closes on 30th December. I entered four other pieces as well, see above, but only Arboreal Mists I was finally selected.
Also not forgetting that the Torquay exhibition - English Riviera Summer Open - is still continuing until 28th September 2020. This exhibition in Fleet Walk Torquay, is also on the list of Devon Open Studios and operated under the banner of Artizan Gallery, Torquay. More information on the various websites.
As promised in my last post, I wanted to let you know the details of the English Riviera Summer Open Exhibition that is currently previewing in Torquay. It officially opens today, and will run until the 27th September at Unit 5 Fleet Walk, Fleet Street, Torquay, TQ2 5EB. Opening hours are Saturday and Weekdays 11am - 5pm; Sundays 11am - 4pm. To view this exhibition on line go to, https://www.art-hub.co.uk/ex/erso20 We have been informed by the organisers that this event will be part of Devon Open Studios and details of that can be found in the Devon Open Studios brochure, page 50. The brochure is online and can be found on https://www.devonartistnetwork.co.uk
Gosh, it has been a while since I posted last. So what have I been up to in the interim?
I have been in the studio, naturally, and there are new works to show you, next time. In this news page, I wanted to let you know that I will be showing in an exhibition in Torquay very soon. The Artizan Gallery will be joining with Devon Open Studios at their venue in Fleet Walk. I am waiting to hear what has been selected from the three below and then will be delivering them probably next week. Of the pieces, Lakeside IV and Tidelines II are not recent works, I think they were created a couple of years ago, but Embrace The Horizon IV, is a new one this year. Lakeside is a small gouache on paper and framed under glass. Tidelines II is rendered in oils on a canvas stretcher and unframed; whereas Embrace The Horizon IV, is on a cradled wood panel and in a white floating frame.
In these uncertain times, I’m not sure if there will be a private view, but I will post as soon as I know more.