The Society’s annual Open Art Exhibition in Chelsea is a firmly established annual event, in its home at Chelsea Old Town Hall, where it has been since 1994. Over 800 paintings and sculptures are shown, selected from more than twice that number, attracting not just established artists but younger ones producing innovative work.
Congratulations to our prize winners, Poppy Field winner of the Heatherleys Award for Sculpture (Under 35 years) for her sculpture ‘Perennial’, and Maria Kaleta winner of the Heatherleys Award for Drawing for her pastel drawing ‘City of London Metamorphosis’.
Congratulations to our Printmakers at Heatherleys, students of our Thursday, Friday and Holiday printmaking courses, whose work was selected for the Chelsea Art Society exhibition. An extra well done to Heatherleys student Jeannie Taylor who won the Julian Barrow ‘Spirit of Adventure’ Award for her hand printed 5 colour woodcut ‘Mother Sally Dances Rukatuk’.
The exhibition runs Thursday 16 June – Monday 20 June
See here for details.