It’s the bank holiday so if you’re after some culture south of The River…head to Wandsworth and check out the Guild Society exhibition.
Featuring Lilith Rose 🌹 as a new member as well as lots of other award winning artists.
Open 10am – 6pm at the Guild Gallery, 2 Wye House, Enterprise Way, London SW18 1FZ from 20 – 27 May.
If you’d like to purchase any of the works please contact the Guild office on +44 0207 381 6616 or email email@example.com
Lilith introduces this wonderful exhibition at the Royal Academy. I posted sometime ago about Sunday Sketchpad Why Paint Nudes? and discussed how people interact differently when they are nude. Not because they are embarrassed, no, its not that. It is because devoid of clothes, we are classless and no-one can tell of our financial status, our likes and dislikes, our culture even. This is why it is liberating.
In the same way, it is also the most challenging form of painting a human. Clothes can be used to hide imperfect brushstrokes…or that bit of light and shade that you just can’t get right! Here is one of my new nudes. A relief sculpture.
Lilith is being represented at the Guild Society of Artists exhibition in London in the coming week. Here is a sneaky preview of her work on display at the opening event in Stratford yesterday. Click on the link to find out how to get to the exhibition.
On display is a wide ranging selection from the artist members of the Guild Society of Artists and the Fine Art Trade Guild, and is all of a very high standard. Works of art from abstract through landscape, beautiful wildlife paintings, romantic oil paintings and watercolours, drawings and fine detailed miniature sunsets are on display, and for sale.
The Guild Gallery, London will be open from 10am – 6 pm 20 May – 27 May 2019 at 2 Wye house, Enterprise Way, London SW18 1FZ
Not only have you got a wonderful exhibition to enjoy but we are situated by the river Thames and a short walk from the busy shopping centre of Wandsworth with a variety of restaurants, pub eateries and shops. This would make a really lovely day out for you,
I have come to the Fine Art Trade Guild exhibition and framing event today. I have three paintings in the exhibition and I’m looking forward to seeing all the artists work on display.
It opens to the public this afternoon as a preview here in Stratford, then down to London for a week.
It’s cost fuel, car parking and framing to get them here and a train ticket to collect them if they don’t sell.
So, I’ve bought this book to see if I can do more to get my work noticed. Selling enough to cover my costs is the minimum… but being getting my work known so as to sell prints is the way forward!