RBA Autumn News 2020

Pamela Kay has a solo show coming up at the Russell Gallery, in Lower Richmond Road, SW15 1JP. All the paintings will be on the wall and online at: russell-gallery.com

The exhibition is on from the 10th September until the 3rd October:

“Jam Jar of Buttercups” – Pamela Kay

Austin Cole has a work in the Royal Society of Marine Artists Annual Exhibition at the Mall Galleries. The show opens on the 30th September and runs to the 10th October and, like all exhibitions at the Mall at this time, tickets are available online.



“The Headland” – Austin Cole

Austin has also had two works selected for the upcoming NEAC Exhibition at the Mall Galleries. That show will run from 11th – 21st November.

Anthony Yates has been invited to be their “RBA Guest Artist for the Month of September” by the Trent Art Gallery, 19 Brunswick St., Newcastle-under-Lyme, Newcastle ST5 1HF, where his works can be viewed in the gallery and online:


“Euphrosyne” – Anthony Yates

“Flowers on the Draining Board” – Anthony Yates

Akash Bhatt was selected by Trent Art Gallery, 19 Brunswick Street, Newcastle, Staffordshire, ST5 1HF as their ‘RBA Guest Artist of the Month’ for August and his works are still available to be seen on the Trent Art website:


“Crossing New York City” – Akash Bhatt

“City Dog in the Countryside” – Akash Bhatt 

Akash is featured in an online interview with the Bankside Gallery, along with some sketches of his mother completed during lockdown:


And Akash also has work in “A Narrative” a group watercolour exhibition at The Gallery Holt, Lees Yard, Holt, Norfolk NR25 6HS

From 18th Sept – 28th October:


Ann Wright will be the next artist to be featured by the Trent Art Gallery, she will be “RBA Guest Artist for the Month” of October:

“The Little Park, Montmartre” – Ann Wright

“Back Gardens, Montmartre” – Ann Wright

Jacqueline Taber has a solo exhibition at Twenty Twenty Gallery, Finningham Road, Walsham le Willows, Suffolk P31 3PG

This runs until the Autumn


Nicola Slattery has a solo exhibition at the Fosse Gallery, The Square, The Manor House, Stow-on-the-Wold, Cheltenham GL54 1AF. The show “Stories without Words” is an exhibition of her paintings completed over the past three years and it opens on the 4th October and continues until the 24th.


“Moths and Flowers” – Nicola Slattery

“Red Rider” – Nicola Slattery

Nicholas Verrall is another artist with a solo exhibition, this time at The Catto Gallery, 100 Heath Street, London NW3 1DP

“Chapel in the Woods” – Nicholas Verrall

“Mist Rising over Monastero della Certosa” – Nicholas Verrall

Nicholas’s exhibition runs from 26th September – 14th October

Shanti Panchal is featured in an online virtual 3D exhibition of his work at the Ben Uri Gallery – “Shanti Panchal: A Personal Language of Painting 2007-2018”


“The Roots or Route to Helmand 2010” – Shanti Panchal

Shanti also co-curated “Midnight’s Family 70 years of Indian Artists in Britain” an online exhibition which celebrates the contributions of Indian artists working in Britain over a 70 year period. This can be seen at the website of the Ben Uri Gallery – the exhibition was designed to coincide with the date of Indian Independence, 15th August 1947.

“Laxmi-Narayan and Son” – Shanti Panchal


Some Reminders – These shows are still on:

Henry Jabbour at the Pontone Gallery until Sept 13th

“It feels like hope” – Henry Jabbour

Cheryl Culver at The Gallery Holt until September 15th

“Atlantic Coast” – Cheryl Culver

“As they were and will be again” at the Royal Overseas League

“A Walk Before Dark” – Steven Outram

“The Queen Mary arriving in New York on her maiden voyage from Southampton” – Mick Davies

This virtual show also includes works from Annie Boisseau, Richard P. Cook, Carole Griffin, Lewis Hazelwood-Horner, Henry Jabbour, Guy Portelli, David Sawyer, Melissa Scott-Miller, Nicola Slattery, Sarah Spackman, David Sprakes, Callum Stannard and Anthony Yates.

And another reminder … the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours have their show on at the Mall now and it includes works from
‘RBA RISING STARS’ Habib Hajallie and Alex Wood.

Another ‘RBA RISING STAR’ is Georgina Lowbridge, who tells us that she is now showing works with Phillipson Fine Art, whose website is: https://www.phillipsonfineart.co.uk/georgina-lowbridge-2!