RBA November/December News

George Large who spent many years living in Malta before relocating back to the UK, has 2 works in the Malta Maritime Museum in Birgu.  One of the works is:

“Fishermen at Marsaxlokk honour the hard-working fishermen and their beautiful characteristic Maltese boats”

George also has work in the Malta Heritage Centre in Malta

Cheryl Culver has been invited to show four works at Thompson’s Gallery Aldeburgh, Suffolk for their Christmas Show – two oils and two pastels.
The show is on from the 7th December to 5th January.

Cheryl has also been invited to show six works at the The Gallery, Holt, Norfolk, for their Christmas Show entitled ‘Elements’.
The exhibition opens Friday 15th November closes 24th December.

Susie Perring & Meg Dutton as Half Moon Printmakers showed work at the Affordable Art Fair in Battersea from the 17th – 20th October

Richard Cook had a work accepted for the Sunday Times Watercolour Competition this year which showed from the 17th to 22nd at the Mall Galleries before touring to Trowbridge 5th Oct to 9th November.
The exhibition can then be seen at:

The Guildford House Gallery
High Street, Guildford
Monday – Saturday 10am-4.45pm from 16th of November to 2nd of January

Richard also had a work accepted for the RSMA which showed at the Mall Galleries in October.

‘Folkestone Harbour’

‘Traditional Costume – Forbidden City’

Jon Pryke has been invited by Dry Red Press to have his work ‘Atlantic Surfers’ published as an RBA card:

‘Atlantic Surfers’

Robert E Wells had an interesting article printed in the September edition of the Sussex Life Magazine:

The full article can be seen here: http://edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk/html5/reader/production/default.aspx?pubname=&edid=abf78446-296b-4ac7-8fdb-b0c078198234
And Robert also had work in Towner Art Gallery’s 10th Anniversary Exhibition
Peter Newsome’s glass sculpture “Interplay” was donated, by a patron, to The Royal Marsden Cancer hospital in Sutton.  The work can be seen close to the main entrance corridor:


Sue Campion is showing a new body of work at her solo show in the TWENTY TWENTY Gallery in Ludlow:
4 Quality Square, Ludlow
Shropshire SY8 1AR

The gallery is open Tues-Sat, 10:30 – 4:30, from the 2nd until the 30th November

Jill Leman, who is also President of the RWS, is showing work in the
Royal Watercolour Society’s Autumn Exhibition The Art of Travel at:
The Bankside Gallery, 48 Hopton Street, SE1 9JH
Open daily 11am – 6pm until 9th November

Shanti Panchal, HonRBA has been showing his work in the Hayletts Gallery.  The exhibition is: “In colour and shades” PAINTINGS BY SHANTI PANCHAL and includes a number of new watercolours he has been working on over the last two or three years.

Shanti’s work can be seen at the Hayletts Gallery
Oakwood House
2 High Street
Essex  CM9 5PJ
The gallery is open 10-5 Tues – Sat and the show ends on the 16th November

And once again some good news from Alex Wood  one of the RBA’s RISING STARS last year.  He writes:

“I’m over the moon as I recently heard that I have been awarded an Arts Council England“Developing Your Creative Practice” Full Award to create new bronze sculptures and other works. I’m soon exhibiting some of these new creations at Kunstmesse in Leipzig, Germany from 1-3 November.”