Wimbledon College of Art final year students are ‘taking over’ the Oil & Water Gallery in Wandsworth on 22nd December for a very special event to fundraise for their exhibition programme. 50% of the proceeds of all sales will be contributed to the fund supporting the students and there will be no gallery commission charged. For more information contact the Oil & Water Gallery.
The current popular Christmas Exhibition at the Oil & Water Gallery continues until Sunday 21st December. After the fundraising event, the gallery will be closed until the New Year.
AWAD, the Association of Women Art Dealers, is pleased to announce a new Founding Member for our NYC Chapter, Susan Davis-Eley.
Susan Davis-Eley’s unique professional profile has evolved from a convergence of her three areas of expertise: Public Relations, Interior Design and Real Estate — in her estimation, a trifecta of correlative passions.
Click here to read Susan’s full profile and please join us in warmly welcoming Susan to AWAD.
Gallery Off the Wall is hosting a Christmas Bazaar during an exhibition featuring gallery artists including Elizabeth Westcott and Howard Jones (whose work is illustrated above courtesy of Off the Wall Gallery). Mince pies and drinks every Saturday from 10am to 4pm.
Situated in Llandaff, Cardiff “Off the Wall”, promotes International, modern, contemporary art, at affordable prices. For more information, visit the Gallery Off the Wall website.
AWAD, the Association of Women Art Dealers, is pleased to announce a new Member to our London Chapter, Shivani Virani who is also our first member based in India.
Shivani runs Artistree a gallery in Mumbai, India and specialised in sourcing art for collectors both emerging and established.
Click here to read Shivani’s full profile and please join us in warmly welcoming Shivani to AWAD.
Starting next week, Hong-Kong based Karin Weber Gallery is holding a special Christmas and New Year group show, ‘A Trove of Small Treasures,’ a vibrant collection of smaller works by key gallery artists.
Artists have often used smaller sized works to showcase their particular talents and exceptional craftsmanship. From miniature illuminated prayer books in seventeenth century Europe to objects crafted from precious jade, lacquer, wood or porcelain in the Chinese Ming and Qing dynasties, small suggests special. As a wealth of materials, skill and labour is condensed into a limited space, something powerful is created in the process – small really is beautiful.