Summer small picture show at the Bankside Gallery. I have two works in the exhibition 18th June to 8th August 2021.
18 MARCH – 24 APRIL 2021
I have four works in this show, including Boulevard, illustrated below.
The RWS home at Bankside Gallery is sadly temporarily closed due to government restrictions and so this exhibition will take place online. As with all RWS exhibitions all artworks are original paintings and available to browse and buy, and in this particular circumstance, will be delivered by the artist directly to your door.
‘This latest display of artworks by the Royal Watercolour Society will delve into the challenges encountered by each artist during the Coronavirus lockdown. These extraordinary circumstances have meant that many artists have not been able to create in their usual media, and so for one time only we are excited to deliver an exhibition of Royal Watercolour Society artists, in all media.’
I have four works in the show. These are from a group of works that were languishing unfinished in my studio. Under a lockdown spring-clean I felt it was time to finish them.
On now 2 – 31 October 2020
SUMMER AT BANKSIDE GALLERY
Starts on Monday 27th July
27 July – 27 August 2020
‘Starting an art collection? Look no further than the Bankside Gallery Summer Exhibition, Summer at Bankside Gallery. All artworks are original pieces by contemporary painters and printmakers of the Royal Watercolour Society and Royal Society of Painter Printmakers. Curate your ideal collection combining a variety of media and styles to complement your living space.’
Above: Rouen Bookshop, 2020. Watercolour on paper.
I have four works in the show. Find them here.
The RWS Spring show fell victim to the coronavirus crisis. However you can see it still online. Click here to go to the Bankside Gallery site.
Pictured: Hardware Shop, Historic Centre, Mexico City. Watercolour on paper.
Past, Present & Future of the Royal Watercolour Society
The RWS has a rich and fascinating history and our Archive & Collection comprising artworks and documents associated with its artists since the formation of the Society in 1804, demonstrates this.
For the first time, paintings, letters, photographs and countless other forms of historic ephemera will go on display in an exhibition at Bankside Gallery to raise awareness of the importance of the Royal Watercolour Society to the past, present and future of British art.
Accompanying this will be an auction of works by contemporary members and a secret postcard sale of works by countless influential British artists. All proceeds from sales will facilitate the renovation of the new RWS gallery space at Whitcomb Street, just off Trafalgar Square.
The Colour of Water
Royal Watercolour Society
Private View: Thursday 4 October, 6 – 8pm
Expanding from traditional genres of watercolour painting, today artists of the RWS explore the boundaries of this medium and use a wide variety of water-based media such as gouache, ink and acrylic. Be prepared to be delighted by modern work that is exciting and distinguished.
Exhibition continues until Saturday 3 November.
Gallery of the Royal Watercolour Society & Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers
Open 11am – 6pm during exhibitions | Admission Free
Thames Riverside, London, SE1 9JH | 020 7928 7521
firstname.lastname@example.org | http://www.banksidegallery.com
On now COLOUR & VISION, RWS AUTUMN EXHIBITION.
The spectrum of colour we see on a day-to-day basis is something that can trigger a multitude of emotions, thoughts and memories. In the Royal Watercolour Society’s Autumn exhibition, Members explore the theme of colour, resulting in a fascinating insight into their individual creative visions.
6 OCTOBER – 4 NOVEMBER 2017,
BANKSIDE GALLERY, LONDON.
My paintings on show Tuscan Farmhouse and Valletta Fruit and Vegetable Store.
Bankside Gallery, London
“This annual summer exhibition is an opportunity for the Royal Watercolour Society and the Royal Society of Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers to exhibit together and create a dynamic, ever-changing display of paintings and original prints.”
Now open in California
Shakespeare: A Celebration
June 1st to September 28