If you are able to get along to the Williamson Art Gallery in Birkenhead, you will be able to catch the annual Open Art & Photography Exhibition 2018. It’s a strong showing all round and I’m very pleased to be amongst the exhibitors this year with two pieces.
The exhibition is open Wednesday – Sunday 10am – 5pm and runs until 6th May. More details here: https://williamsonartgallery.org/portfolio/williamson-open-2018/
Cottages at Port Sunlight, Oil on Board, 2017
Very pleased to write that I will be exhibiting ‘Study from the back bedroom window, Wood Green’ at this year’s Royal Society of British Artists Annual Exhibition (the society’s 300th annual show) which runs from 22nd March to 1st April, 10am to 5pm at the Mall Galleries in central London.
The painting was executed from Palace Gates Road in North London, and looks North East across Bounds Green during summer 2016.
Very much looking forward to seeing the show now! my first London exhibition. Stuart.
The Williamson Art Gallery in Birkenhead are displaying their rather lovely collection of 19th Century watercolours at the moment. Two of my highlights were Turners Gulf of Naples (‘Vesuvius angry’) and Constables Layer Marney Towers, Essex which is a slight, shadowy thing. I like the Williamson because it has a interesting and rich landscape collection and it does these low key exhibitions well.