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Her recent show 'Memento Mori' opened on the 16th February at Bookartbookshop.
'Memento Mori'; An exhibition of Books & Recent Paintings
16th February - 8th March, 2018
BOOKARTBOOKSHOP, 17 Pitfield Street,
London, N1 6HB
The first meeting for ArtWest 2018 was held
at Acava Hythe Road on 6th February and we have been getting together once a month to plan the upcoming open studios. Please get in touch if you would like to come to June's meeting, or if you'd like to help out in any way.
We need volunteers for different jobs, and are looking
for sponsors, to help with the cost of printing and
Congratulations to Chloe Fremantle for winning the RWS Award for her 2 gouaches in the Contemporary Watercolour Competition 2018 exhibition, which ran from March 2-14 at the
Royal Watercolour Society, Bankside Gallery in SE1. She also showed in 'New Year/ New Work', which ran from 22 March - 21 April. Chloe was recently elected as an Associated Member of the Royal Watercolour Society.
Renata Fernandez has been shortlisted for the Lynn Painter Stainers Prize 2018 with her painting Deckchairs No4 (below).
The show ran from March 5-17 at the Mall Galleries, London.
June Bartlett was Artist In Residence for April at The Mission Hall Gallery, Melvich, Sutherland, Highlands, culminating in
a solo exhibition www.mhgmelvich.com
Afsoon has 3 shows coming up: at the De Queeste Art in Belgium, the Bad Oeynhausen Fairytale museum in Germany and the Los Angeles County Museum.
Emma Davis, Celia Toler, Chloe Freemantle and Stephen Williams are all taking part in the Riverside Artists' Group show at Central Space Gallery in W14. The private view for the first show is on 5th June and the private view for the second show is on 19th June, both from 6-8pm. There is also a special Sunday opening on the 10th and 24th, including a lunchtime talk from 12-2pm. Please come along!
Stephen Williams recently showed his work in a fundraiser
for Hospital Rooms: 20 x 20 Fundraiser at the Griffin Gallery
Camilla Emson took part in d.REM – A Dream Sensorium curated by Allegra Shortoat The Freud Museum, on 25th May. She played Solfeggio Dreamscape from one of her glass vessels, after which there was a panel discussion between lucid dream expert Dr Keith Hearne, dream guide Tree Carr and artists Lee Berwick, Camilla Emson and Rebecca Salvadori. The performances continued until 8am the next morning.
We've just been notified that we are one of 3 winning projects to be funded by Tesco's Bags of Help. In July and August, customers in local Tescos will get to vote on their favourite project, and all projects will get a certain amount of funding. More info on this soon!