mercoledì 2 ottobre 2013

The Natural Eye - Society of Wildlife Artists, 50th Anniversary Exhibition

Quest'anno la Society of Wildlife Artists festeggerà il 50° anniversario durante la mostra annuale in programma alla Mall Galleries di Londra dal 30 Ottobre al 10 Novembre 2013. Ospite d'eccezione per l'inaugurazione sarà David Attenborough. Io sarò presente con 8 quadri tra cui questo acquerello di un picchio rosso maggiore 18x38 cm.

The Society of Wildlife Artists celebrates its 50th anniversary this year and to mark the occasion Sir David Attenborough will be opening their annual exhibition The Natural Eye held at London’s prestigious Mall Galleries. The exhibition will be the London launch of the Society’s new book “The Natural Eye, Art Book One” which showcases the talents of the members of the Society and has been published to help raise funds for the Society’s exciting bursary scheme. The SWLA Bursary scheme is in its 25th year and has awarded well over 70 bursaries to young and emerging artists to help them on their creative journeys. Chosen as ‘Book of the Month’ by BBC Wildlife Magazine this limited edition publication will be available from the exhibition and via
The exhibition has over 330 works by members and non-members on show. Four of the founding members are still regular exhibitors and past President Robert Gillmor, who was integral in setting up the Society, has his ‘Bull o’the Bog’ featuring on the cover of the catalogue. John Busby was also there from the start and has work in this 50th anniversary show that is a showcase for art inspired by the natural world. The ‘Out of the Frame’ room that shows fieldwork from selected projects by member artists will show 3 artists this year. There will be the stunning work of artist Carl Ellis documenting the fish of his local rivers, Matt Underwood who has spent time in the Alpes-Maritime in France and shows his sketches from the region and Mike Warren who will be exhibiting pieces from his long running project on his local quarry site reserve.
Private View: Wednesday 30 October
Opens to public: Thursday 31 October
10am-5pm including weekends
Closes: Sunday 10 November, 1pm

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