Tim Doods (DY 2003) and Laura Smith (DY 2004) are exhibiting at Bay Art in Cardiff:
Wednesday, 28 September 2016
Rosie Vohra (DY 2014) has won the Afshin Naghouni Reach Prize awarded by Art for Youth London during the exhibition 'In England We Dream of Gardens' which took place at the Mall Galleries. The prize was awarded for her drawing 'A Short Story' (gouache on paper - shown below), as recognition of excellence in drawing. This year the prize was chosen and awarded by artist Afshin Naghouni.
Six RDS artists were included in the Sunday Times Watercolour Prize 2016, that closed on 24th September at the Mall Galleries.
Watercolour by Sophie Charalambous
Watercolour by Alison Boult
Watercolour by Chloe LeTissier
Watercolour by Chloe LeTissier (Second Prize)
Watercolour by Gethin Evans (RDS Faculty)
Watercolour by Rosie Vohra
Watercolour by Kathryn Maple (First Prize)
Wednesday, 21 September 2016
Ishbel Myerscough (RDS Faculty) is exhibiting in New York: Up Close at Flowers Gallery in Chelsea, until 15 Oct 2016.
Tuesday, 20 September 2016
Professor Jon Bird (Art and Critical Theory, Middlesex University London and DY 2007) has a forthcoming exhibition at Ply Gallery, Hornsey Town Hall and would like to invite all alumni to the private view on Thu 13 October 7-9 pm. Visit the artist's website here.
- Jon Bird: 'Land-Marks' 13-18 October 2016 at Hornsey Town Hall, Crouch End, London N8 9JJ
Daniel Preece (DY 2007 and current RDS Faculty) is opening his studio to visitors this weekend, details below. The event is part of Deptford X Platform 2016.
Image copyright Daniel Preece
Open Studio - Propeller Foundry
24th - 25th September 12-6pm
24th - 25th September 12-6pm
Address: The Propeller Foundry 2016, Acme Studios, 165 Childers Street London SE8 5JR
How to get to the venue: Bus: 47, 188, 199 Tube: Canada Water, New Cross Rail:Deptford, New Cross. Visit Daniel’s website here. http://www.danielpreece.co.uk/intro_painting.html
Monday, 12 September 2016
a solo exhibition by Hannah Murgatroyd
An exhibition of work produced by Hannah Murgatroyd during her Summer 2016 residency at Bath Artists’ Studios. Depicting a painted and drawn world inhabited by protagonists whose bodies and acts reflect leisure and desire, springing from high art, popular culture and personal narrative.
Private view 15th September from 6pm
Opening hours 16th-20th September only, 12-5pm
at The Roper Gallery at Bath Artists' Studios
Address: The Old Malthouse, Comfortable Place, Upper Bristol Road, Bath BA1 3AJ
'Red Bank' by Lottie Stoddart (Drawing Year 2015)
The image above is included in the show, and was painted at Dumfries House
Lottie Stoddard and Christabel Forbes (Drawing Year 2015) are exhibiting new work in an exhibition in Southwark this week, details below.
Curated by Clare Dudeney
Private view: Thurs 15 Sept (6-9pm)
Open from 16-20 Sept (1-6pm)
Address: Nolia’s Gallery – 60 Great Suffolk Street London, SE1 0BL – near Tate Modern.
Thursday, 8 September 2016
Drawing of Samson and the Philistines after a sculpture by Vincenzo Foggini 1749.
by Nahem Shoa (1993), graphite and pencil on 160 gram Cartridge paper, 47.5 x 29.7 cm
A drawing of Samson and the Philistines by Nahem Shoa (Drawing Year 2004) has been acquired by the Victoria & Albert Museum for their permanent collection. The drawing (from 1993) is after a sculpture by Vincenzo Foggini, dated 1749. Nahem spent over a month at the V&A making it, approximately 200 hours of work. The drawing will be stored in a case along with ten other drawings of statues by Turner, Constable, Reynolds, Moore and Frink. ‘I consider it the best drawing of this kind of drawing I have ever made. It is a huge honour’ says the artist.
Eight RDS artists are included in an exhibition at Tregony Gallery in Cornwall: : Timothy Betjeman, Meg Buick, Alex Cree, Judi Green, Mark Hanson, Sara Lee Roberts, Daniel Preece and Gregory Ward. The gallery is owned by Drawing Year alumna Judi Green (DY 2002).
Exhibition dates: 8 September- 29 October
Private View: Thursday 8th September 6pm - 8pm and Sunday 11th September, 2pm - 5pm Address: Tregony Gallery, 58 Fore Street, Tregony, Cornwall TR2 5RW. Click here to read the press release.
Judi Green 'Living Under Blue Skies, Roseland’ oil on canvas 40x50cm
Daniel Preece 'The Thames form level 39’ Acrylic on Panel, 36x40cm
Meg Buick,'The Field', Oil on Paper
Mark Hanson ‘Lacuna’ Oil on Aluminium Panel, 20x50cm