The RBA exhibition at the M1 West End Gallery will continue its showing at the M1 Greenwich Gallery from 6th April until 28th April.
Occupying a beautiful Grade II listed Victorian building in the centre of World Heritage site, Greenwich, the larger of our two gallery spaces displays a range of exclusive original and limited edition art. It is proud to offer a mixture of group and solo exhibitions of work from artists belonging to the M1 Fine Art portfolio as well as regular shows with many of London’s Royal art societies.
Following last year’s highly successful RBA exhibition at the M1 Gallery Greenwich the RBA have an exhibition planned for the new M1 Gallery 80 Charing Cross Road. (The West End Gallery).
The show will run from 1st March until 31st March.
Set in the very heart of Central London, nestled between the famous shopping destination of Covent Garden and the bright lights of Leicester Square you’ll find our flagship art gallery. The space spans two floors and boasts a light, bright, fresh feel – perfect for displaying a stunning collection of contemporary art. Address: 80 Charing Cross Rd West End London, WC2H 0BF Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday: 11am – 7pm Sunday: 12pm – 6pm Contact Details: E: email@example.com T: +44 (0)20 7240 2225
Selected Members of the RBA will be showing work at Thompsons Gallery Aldeburgh. The exhibition will run from 20 April – 12 May.
Artists who will be showing work are: Peter Brown, William Packer, Judith Gardner, Cheryl Culver, Julian Halsby, Jacqueline Rizvi, Nick Tidnam, Nicholas Verrall, Robert Wells, Annie Williams, Anthony Yates, Anne Wright, Cinzia Bonada, Ann Heat, Bridget Moore, John Martin, Peter Kelly, Mick Davies, Malcolm Ashman, Susan Bower, Austin Cole and David Eustace.
Trent Art are delighted to welcome the Royal Society of British Artists to North Staffordshire for their exhibition ‘A Road less Travelled’.
The exhibition will feature over 100 works by 20 Member Artists of the Society.
There will be an excellent mix of oils, pastels and mixed media paintings alongside works by leading printmakers.
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The short video above was made by Richard Smith who is a ‘Friend’ of Alexandra Palace and features the first RBA visit to the theatre.
Some of the members of the RBA who have expressed their interest in the Alexandra Palace project, enjoyed a ‘Hard Hat’ tour of the renovation works at the theatre and other parts of ‘Ally Pally’. The tour was led by James Atkinson and Laura Howard from the Alexandra Park and Palace Charitable Trust.
We were able to see the extensive work which is being carried out in the effort to bring the Victorian Theatre back to life and the immensity of the task being undertaken. The work is largely dependent on charitable donations and it is unclear whether the theatre can be totally restored, but it is planned to be reopened by the end of the year. The RBA members who wish to participate in this project will have their work exhibited in the theatre foyer for the opening of the theatre.
This is truly the cream of the cream showing off their very best works so that visitors will be able to enjoy a varied selection of art, sure to catch the interest of all. Enjoy oil paintings, watercolours, pastels,sculpture and printwork from some of the most respected artists working in Britain today.
The exhibition runs from 3rd February – 1st March 2018.