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Ludmilla Perlova retrospective – Cambridge

Everyone is cordially invited to my personal art exhibition which will take place  from

3 pm till 8 pm 13th of November 2016

The Missing Sock, Newmarket Road, Cambridge CB25 9AQ,

 

This is a rather big retrospective exhibition embracing 35 years of my work. I carefully selected work created at school, university and more recently.

You will get a unique opportunity to see what kind of artwork was done by students of B. Ioganson St. Petersburg State Academy Art Lyceum (a subdivision of Repin Academy of Art), what kind of tasks were set for students of Interior department of Estonian Academy of Arts and also see my personal diploma work. You will see how after many years as a furniture and interior designer I use the knowledge and experience now, and what I continue to learn and practice….

The exhibition will take place not in the ordinary place. The Missing Sock is not just a place where you can see the exhibition but is a wonderful place where you can spend some time sitting down with friends over a cup of tea or glass of wine. Friendly staff, nice and  spacious bar, and an opportunity to stay outside; create a charming atmosphere of informal talks, cosiness, and comfort. Free parking is available on site. A simple Google search for The Missing Sock will provide a lot of useful information.

Riverside Gallery Open Exhibition – Virginia Woolf and the Hogarth Press

2015 open opportunities for artists at the Riverside Gallery, Richmond run by Orleans House Gallery, Twickenham

Virginia Woolf and the Hogarth Press
29 October – 10 December

Deadline for submissions: Monday September 12th 2016

Submissions to: Orleans House Gallery, Riverside, Twickenham, TW1 3DJ

Through its annual open exhibition opportunities, Orleans House Gallery in Twickenham helps artists locally, nationally and internationally to showcase their work in group exhibitions across three gallery spaces: Orleans and Stables Galleries in Twickenham and the Riverside Gallery in Richmond.

Seeking artwork in a range of media inspired by Virginia and Leonard Woolf and The Hogarth Press.

In conjunction with the Richmond Literature Festival, this exhibition will celebrate a century since Virginia and Leonard Woolf began publishing in Richmond. Named after the house they moved to in 1915, they established the Hogarth Press in spring 1917, to self-publish and also to provide an important opportunity for writers and artists to showcase their work uncensored and in small print runs.

Through an exploration of the Hogarth Press, its unique aesthetic and the opportunity it presented for book illustration; contemporary artists will be given the opportunity to respond to Virginia Woolf, the Press and its legacy.

Artists can submit up to 5 works. Artworks must be submitted as high resolution jpeg files on a CD (please do not include a case), with accompanying A4 sized photographic prints or good quality colour printouts.

Original artwork or emailed submissions will not be accepted.

Please clearly label each submission with: artist’s name, title of work, date, media, approximate size and sale price (i.e. including our 40% commission + 20% VAT on the 40% commission).

In addition, please enclose contact details (including email and postal address and contact telephone numbers), an artist’s statement and CV.

There is a £10.00 administration charge (which also contributes towards exhibition costs); £7.50 concessions (students, retired, unwaged, benefits etc). Please include proof. Please make cheques payable to ‘L.B.R.U.T’. You can also pay by credit / debit card by calling the gallery on 020 8831 6000. Your submission will not be accepted without payment. If you would like submissions returned, please enclose a stamped self-addressed envelope or stamps to the value of posting submission. Successful artists will be contacted by email or in writing approximately 2-3 weeks after the deadline. Queries to curator Mark De Novellis : m.denovellis@richmond.gov.uk

 

Submission to: Orleans House Gallery, Riverside, Twickenham, TW1 3DJ

Print off and fill in the details required.

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New English Art Club Annual Open Exhibition 2016

16 June-25 June

Open 10am-5pm (closing 1pm on final day)

Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1

Clare Haward is exhibiting two pictures which have been selected from an open submission alongside the work of member artists. The show will also feature the winners of major prizes including The Haworth Prize for a young landscape painter from the North of England.

Download invite to private view here: NEAC e-vite (1)

Stella Cardew Paintings

Stella-Cardew-May-2016

Stella Cardew, Dulwich’s own national treasure is showing her work at the Jeannie Avent Gallery 26th-31st May. Get along the to the private view on Friday the 27th May particularly if you are wanting to buy, Stella’s paintings tend to fly off the walls.

Download invite here

 

Jeannie Avent Gallery
14 Northcross Road
East Dulwich
SE22 9EU

 

Art at the Bridge

Southwark Arts Forum & Tower Bridge present:

Art at the Bridge #7

“Building Bridges, the Female Perspective”

Call for Submissions

With over half a million visitors to the previous exhibition we are excited to announce that Art at the Bridge is back! The bi-annual contemporary art exhibition organised by Southwark Arts Forum (SAF) in partnership with Tower Bridge has reached its seventh edition and will take place over 5 months, starting on Tuesday 8th March 2016 at Tower Bridge Victorian Engine Rooms. This is an exceptional opportunity for artists to have work seen by hundreds of thousands of people from all across the globe in a world-renowned landmark.

The exhibition will be of paintings, collage, drawing, mixed media, photos and video work based on the show’s theme “Building Bridges, The Female Perspective”.

Art at the Bridge #7 is exclusively for women artists. We like to have a focus platform for the exhibitions. This time we want to profile the work of women artists in celebration of International Women’s Day.

Submission Deadline: 1st of February 2016, 9am.

Email events@southwarkartsforum.org for submission information and form.
Submission Information

Thank you for your interest in Art at the Bridge #7! Here you will find more information about prizes, selection criteria, dates and submission process.

1. Exhibition Theme

The theme for this exhibition is “Building Bridges, the Female Perspective”.

2. Prize.

  • There will be a first prize. All selected artists will have their artworks exhibited at Tower Bridge. First Prize: Opportunity to open Tower Bridge for a passing ship, a free professional development session, and press coverage of the show, review of your work.

3. Selection Criteria

  • Your work must have a connection to the exhibition theme.
  • You must be female for this particular exhibition as we want to profile women artists.
  • Your work will be two or three dimensional.
  • The selection of works will be made by a panel of judges.

4. Dates

  • Submission deadline: 1st of February 2016.
  • Notifications: by 12th February 2016.
  • Works must be submitted by e-mail in jpg format.
  • Each artist can submit up to 3 works.
  • Exhibition opens: 8th March 2016.

5. Submitting Artwork

  • Please pay your submission fee of £5  to SAF  HERE
  • Email your work to: events@southwarkartsforum.org with subject headline ART AT THE BRIDGE #7 in the title, with the completed submission form and your image attached. The submission form is available at SAF website (click on link):

 
Submission Form  (click on link).

  • Submissions will receive email confirmation that your work has been received.

6. Tech. Notes

  • Art can be large scale, or if not large enough, it may be digitised, enlarged to A0 (1189 x 841 mm, 46.8 x 33.1 in) and then exhibited. By submitting your work, you agree to have it digitised and enlarged.
  • The artist can keep the work digitised and printed by the exhibition once the exhibition is over if they wish, as long as they arrange for transportation.
  • Digital submissions must have a minimum of 300 dpi.
  • For original artworks please provide the value of your work. This is purely for insurance purposes

7. Contact

For all enquiries relating to Art at The Bridge #7 email:events@southwarkartsforum.org or call:  07776 287835

WHITE STUFF POSTCARD GALLERY

 

WHITE STUFF POSTCARD GALLERY

The WHITE STUFF Foundation is SEEKING support from all LOCAL ARTISTS to help raise funds for DOG KENNEL HILL ADVENTURE PLAYGROUND by donating a hand painted postcard (supplied) which we will then place in a mount. A gallery of all donated works will be hung in our East Dulwich shop from November 15th 2015.  Each original piece of work will be sold for £15 (includes £1 for materials) with all proceeds going to The Dog Kennel Hill Adventure Playground. So please support our local charity by donating your talent.  Please sign your painting and send your finished piece of work with your details on back of postcard to WHITE STUFF, 28-30 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich, SE22 8HJ.  Call Joyce on 07881-624 506 for more details. For more information about the White Stuff Foundation visit www.whitestuff.com/foundation.  Thank you.