Wednesday, 11 January 2017

Neal Jones in two-person exhibition

CONDO 2017 is a collaborative exhibition and art event happening over the next few weeks. 21 contemporary art galleries from as far afield as New York, Berlin, São Paolo, Dusseldorf and Shanghai are taking up month-long residence at 15 of London’s young galleries. Exhibition dates: 14 Jan11 Feb 2017. Preview Sat 14 & Sun 15 January, 12–6pm. Click here to visit the website and download a map.

As part of the Condo exhibition programme, Southard Reid gallery will be exhibiting artwork by Neal Jones (DY 2003). Southard Reid is hosting Koppe Astner gallery from Glasgow. Kris Lemsalu + Neal Jones: 14 Jan - 11 Feb 2017 

'Happy Shopper' by Neal Jones (2014)

Clara Drummond and Kirsty Buchanan in conversation

The William Morris Society in West London has an upcoming event that features two alumnae, Clara Drummond (DY 2005) and Kirsty Buchanan (DY 2013). Their joint exhibition The Unsung Muse was shown there in the summer of 2016.

Clara Drummond and Kirsty Buchanan in conversation
Sat 28 January 2017 2,15 – 3,30 pm / In this talk Clara and Kirsty will discuss their influences and ways of working, and explain how research into the Society's collections inspires and informs their work. Tickets can be purchased here.

Tim Hyman: Lecture on Chagall

Liza Dimbleby and Tim Hyman (RDS Senior Faculty) are hosting a joint event at Pushkin House in London on 18 January, 7 - 8,30 pm:

Tim Hyman: Lecture on  Chagall’s etchings for Dead Souls with an introduction by Liza Dimbleby. Details here.

Tuesday, 10 January 2017

Paul Fenner solo exhibition, Mercer Chance Gallery

Paul Fenner (DY 2012) will be exhibiting a new series of paintings at Mercer Chance Gallery in Hoxton.

'Paul Fenner: Smoke Signals' 20 - 28 January, Private View Friday 20 January 7 - 10 pm. New gallery opening hours: Friday 10-2pm and Saturday and Sunday 11-6pm or by appointment. 

A painting by Paul Fenner

Charlie Cobb solo exhibition, Petworth House

Charlie Cobb (DY 2004) has a solo exhibition at Petworth House in West Sussex from 7 January to 12 March. The exhibition runs alongside Turner & the Age of British Watercolour and consists of a number of paintings, drawings and etchings which are the result of his residency at the House. Charlie's studio was in the Old Library at Petworth House, which was once J.M.W. Turner's studio and featured in Mike Leigh's biographical drama about the artist's life. More info here
The Old Library at Petworth House

Charlie Reed solo exhibition

Charlie Reed (DY 2011) has an exhibition inspired by the River Wandle, one of London's better known rivers, which passes through the boroughs of Croydon, Sutton, Merton, joining the River Thames in Wandsworth. The exhibition is at Stable Yard, Morden Hall Park until 21 January. Click here to view details.

Monday, 5 December 2016

Oona Leganovic in upcoming solo exhibition

Oona Leganovic (DY 2016) has a solo show opening this Sunday. For the exhibition, titled 'National Gallery: the R*pes: A map and an exhibition of old master studies', Oona has chosen to draw from paintings that depict or imply forms of sexual violence. View images here. To read more about the project click here. Opening night and artist talk Sunday 11 December 7–9pm. Facebook event page
After Mazza: The Rape of Ganymede by Oona Leganovic

Clara Drummond in 'Small is Beautiful #34'

Clara Drummond (DY 2005)Ishbel Myerscough (RDS Senior Faculty) and Humphrey Ocean (RDS Visiting Artist) have work in Flowers Gallery exhibition Small is Beautiful: 34th edition. Exhibition dates: 7 Dec - 7 Jan 2017 Private View 6 December, 6-8pm. Click here for further details.
Hairdo (2016) by Isbel Myerscough

Tuesday, 29 November 2016

The Drawing Year 2015-16 Open Studios

The Drawing Year 2015-16 Open Studios
Royal Drawing School Central Studios
Duke Street, London, W1C 1JU
Open 2-9 December, 10 - 6pm
Closing Party 9 December, 6 - 10pm

Tim Patrick Christmas Open Studio

Tim Patrick (Drawing Year 2015) is currently working as Artist in Residence at Downside School, near Bath, and is opening his studio between 9-20 December, 10-5pm by appointment. The private view  is on Saturday 17th December, 3pm-6pm, and Tim would like to invite alumni who may be in the area at Christmas time to pop in for a coffee or a glass of wine (click here to view the invite). Tim will be showing some of the recent drawings and etchings he has been working on. Please RSVP in advance.