Upcoming exhibition showing a selection of my new work, with The Contemporary Fine Art Gallery Eton, at the 20/21 International Art Fair. The Art Fair will take place at the Royal College of Art, in Kensington Gore, London SW7, from 15th - 18th May 2014.
I'm very honored to have been interviewed and have my work featured in Lucky Compiler, which is an online anthology that publishes interviews with and articles by renowned personalities from the world of art, photography and film.
Here is a link to the interview www.luckycompiler.com/an-authentic-moment/
This weekend I'll be exhibiting with John Noott Gallery, at the CADA Art and Antiques Fair at Blenheim Palace, 18th- 21st April. http://www.cotswolds-antiques-art.com/cada-fair/
Very proud that one of my pastels, 'Ambiance', has won first prize in the portrait/ figure category, of The Pastel Journal's 14th Annual Pastel 100!
It will be featured alongside other winners in this months magazine:
Very happy to say my painting Black Dress IV, has been accepted for the *Royal Institute of Oil Painters Annual Exhibition*! Here's some more info:
Exhibition open: 12 to 23 December 2012, 10am-5pm (closes 1pm on final day), at the Mall Galleries, London SW1. www.mallgalleries-shows.com/
We move into the 21st Century with a display of work by some of the finest oil-painters working in Britain and abroad today. The Institute's aim is to uphold the age-old tradition of painting in oils, whilst giving encouragement to outstanding young oil painters of our time. Our annual Autumn Exhibition, held in the Mall Galleries, London, is a show not to be missed by lovers of oil painting.
Membership of the ROI is open to artists who have shown work of a consistently high standard in its annual exhibition. Successful candidates are first elected associate members of the Institute and have a maximum period of five years in which to illustrate their suitability for full membership.
Founded in 1882, The Royal Institute of Oil Painters (The ROI) is unique in that it shows exclusively in oils. The institute is proud of its royal status granted by King Edwards VII in 1909 and of the famous artists such as Alma Tadema, Sickert, Dame Laura Knight, Fantin Latour and even Rodin, who have exhibited with the Institute. Today our membership includes many of the leading oil painters in the country, amongst them a number of Royal Academicians.
I'm very honored to have a painting of mine, Black Dress IV, featured on the Women Painting Women blog alongside some very talented artists! www.womenpaintingwomen.blogspot.co.uk/2011/10/tina-spratt.html