Marian Hyland is taking part in the Beaconsfield Contemporary Art Fair 2023 29 Sep-1 Oct 10:00am-4:30pm. It promises to be a delightful exhibition to be enjoyed by all.
OASA Robert Strange is proud to share with you details of an upcoming exhibition he is involved in. Robert has 3 drawings showing in ‘The Gallery’, Holt, which is East Anglia’s leading art gallery.
The exhibition is called The Colour and Shape and contains work selected from members of the Pastel Society, to which he gained membership of earlier this year.
This exhibition brings together a varied selection of pastel paintings that provide us not only with an insight into the specific techniques used by pastel painters today, but also seeks to reignite an awareness of, and appreciation for, this versatile medium. This exhibition will feature selected Members of the Pastel Society (PS) and runs from the 23rd July to the 30th August.
Congratulations, Robert – We hope that the exhibition goes well!
We are pleased to share with you, that one of our members, Eleanor Clutton-Brock, has recently heard that she will have two of her sculptures in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.
We are so pleased for her and look forward to seeing the sculptures (pictured below) in person:
Details of the RA Summer Exhibition, which runs from 21 June – 21 August, can be found here: https://www.royalacademy.org.uk/exhibition/summer-exhibition-2022
Congratulations to Eleanor!
We are excited to draw your attention to the latest of the OASA exhibitions, ‘Fresh Air Sculpture 2022’. Presented by Alison Berman, the exhibition is available for view (with tickets) at
Quenington Old Rectory Gloucestershire
Sunday 5th – Sunday 26th June
Open daily 10am – 5pm
Tickets are available online: www.freshairsculpture.com
From Alison: “I am very pleased that I will again have sculptures on show in the beautiful gardens at Quenington Old Rectory as part of Fresh Air Sculpture 2022”
For more information and to view Artist details, please see:
Fifties Art first exhibition this year combines original fabrics and prints by John Piper with new works which capture the styles and subjects of mid-century art. Artists represented will include Katharine Church, Anthony Gross, Garrick Palmer, Harry Stevens, Robert Tavener, Julian Trevelyan and especially John Piper.
Please see the poster below for details, and do ensure you contact Richard to arrange a quiet viewing if required: email@example.com
The latest exhibition comes from Zelga Simone Miller, at the ronapainting gallery in Jericho. Zelga will be exhibiting a range of woodcut prints for the month of June. Members are encouraged to attend the private view on Friday evening, to kick off this fantastic exhibition. Please see the poster below for more information. See you there!
A joint exhibition by Carrie Stanley and Arabella Ross with Zuleika Gallery. The event starts on the 10th of June and continues through to the 30th of September. Members are encouraged to attend and may find the gallery at the Stables Café, Blenheim Palace.
From the Artists:
Carrie and Arabella would like to invite you to the Private View which takes place on Thursday 9th June 5 pm -7 pm onwards. It would be fabulous if you could come and join them for the evening. The exhibition will continue throughout the summer months to September.
Please note that the Private View is by RSVP ONLY: please send in your RSVPs to firstname.lastname@example.org
The converted stables gallery allows for a large, light and airy space that will be curated by Zuleika Gallery, Woodstock and are a perfect backdrop for their vibrant and colourful paintings. These works have been made over the last year and a half and are based on observation, memory and storytelling. They paint about the beautiful world we live in with the qualities of light and darkness that are metaphors for human nature.
For more details please contact Lizzie at zuleikagallery.com or Tel: +44(0)7939 566085
ronapainting gallery celebrates its first anniversary with an exhibition on Women.
An exhibition by Arabella Ross, currently on at the Sewell Gallery and curated by Committee Member Amanda Jewell for Radley College
A festival of arts in the time of climate change, with paintings and drawings by Claire Christie Sadler and Caroline Meynell
Benjamin Hope & Andrew Roberts
will be exhibiting in London in a two-person exhibition at
Gallery Different, 14 Percy Street, London
8 – 16 November 2019
Open Daily 11 am – 6 pm