Congratulations Jane on having your work accepted in this prestigious exhibition. The New English Art Club exhibits the very best in figurative and painterly work in the UK and this year the exhibition is a virtual one. Browse and Buy Work From the Exhibition Today. All work is available to buy online. https://discerningeye.org/
50 works were selected from 3,300 artworks and this piece by Harriet Eagle, our Exhibitions Manager was selected. We are very proud to have such talented people in Oxford Art Society. Lin Kerr asked Harriet to tell us more about the award: Harriet said: ‘It is a huge honour to have been one of the […]
Three Rusty Hinges has been accepted into the168th annual open exhibition at the Royal West Academy in Bristol, 21st November to 6th March. The work is Parismacolour colour pencils on 350gms watercolour paper, 40cm square.
We are delighted to share the news that her charcoal drawing of her friend and writer Adrienne Crowe titled ‘Biography’ has been included in this year’s Society of Women Artist’s Open Exhibition. The exhibition is usually held at The Mall Galleries but is online now and available to view until 31 December. FOOTER CONTACT email@example.com […]
Rachel’s wire and plaster sculpture is covered with ink drawing and writing. This is the first time she has entered for The Society of Women Artist’s Exhibition and is thrilled to have her work selected.
The Royal Society of Marine Artists has selected Penryn River (60 x 60cm) by Ron Ford for the 2020 Exhibition, from 30 September to 10 October 2020 at the Mall Galleries. Ford says: ‘This is the result of an experiment about the boundary between painting and drawing. It started with a sketch from my Wharfside studio, […]
The subject is Kitty Tait, a teenage baker who set up the Orange Bakery in Watlington High Street aged 14. She makes all her bread and buns by hand and I think they are all sour dough but don’t quote me on that. I had painted a small portrait of her brother Albert previously, which […]
Mark’s self portrait, The Diagnosis was selected for the 2020 Royal Society of British Artists exhibition. He was awarded the The Winsor and Newton painting award at the private view on the 19th February.
Our Chairwoman and portrait artist, Lucy Stopford, has had one of her stunning oil portraits selected for this years BP Portrait Awards. The portrait is of Lucy’s friend, Dr Tim Moreton, who worked as a Registrar at the National Portrait Gallery. See this Oxford Times article to learn a bit more about Lucy’s work and the […]