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The UK Coloured Pencil Society Announces 20th Anniversary Gala Exhibition

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The UK Coloured Pencil Society (UKCPS) has promoted coloured pencils as a fine art medium, supported artists who use them, and championed the art of drawing for 20 years.

To celebrate this milestone year, members of the UKCPS invited creatives from around the world to exhibit alongside them in their 20th Anniversary Gala Exhibition.

The exhibition will be open from Thursday 14 to Sunday 24 October at the Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, London, every day from 11am to 6pm and will be free to visit. 

The prizes will include the Best Picture Award, worth £1,000, the Runner Up, £500, and the Colored Pencil Society of America Award for Excellence, $500.

Alongside the main exhibition of 250 shortlisted works, the UKCPS will be presenting 2020 Reframed, a selection of artworks that qualified for their 2020 Open Exhibition, but were never before exhibited in person due to the pandemic.

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30 Years at Crane Kalman Gallery

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This ambitious yet intimate retrospective will showcase 34 paintings created in oil and acrylic, as well as a selection of small works on paper and oil on board, and give a fascinating insight into the journey of a landscape painter and his relationship with the gallery over three decades.

This 30-year collaboration between artist and gallerist started when Nicholas Jones met Andras Kalman, the British-Hungarian art dealer who founded Crane Kalman and championed the work of L.S. Lowry, Ben Nicholson, Graham Sutherland and Mary Newcomb.

Initially more abstract, the artist’s work has since moved towards figuration and back again, and evokes the transient beauty of the natural world, and the sublime grandeur of the Arctic.

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fashion for healthy life with ECOMER leaflet

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100     EUROS AWRD

FOR WINNER PROJECT OF LEAFLET INCLUDING ECOMER ADVERTISING. TRADEMARK  ,  CAN BE DRAWING, SKCETH, ANY ART .WITH RIGHT TO USE   information about ecomer are in internet.

ethicpainter@o2.pl till 1 of OCTOBER 2021,

Poland

Prize summary: 
100 euros
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The winner will recise 100 euro by transfer as award

Deadline: 
10/01/2021
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Abstract Intuitions: Indoor/Outdoor Exhibition

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Abstract Intuitions: Works of Monique Santander and Madeline Sherry indoor/outdoor Art Exhibition 

 

Where: Art Scene West Gallery, 312 S. Cedros Ave., Solana Beach

 

When: Sept. 18 - 19 and Sept. 25 – 26 

 

Join us for an in-person Meet and Greet with the Artists:

Madeline Sherry, Sat., 9/18, 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Monique Santander, Sat., 9/25, 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

 

Deadline: 
09/18/2021
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Wells Art Contemporary 2021

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For its 10th edition, Wells Art Contemporary (WAC) received over 3,500 submissions from 1,800 creatives hailing from 45 different countries. Established in 2012 by artists for artists, Wells Art Contemporary (WAC) is an open competition for innovative visual art. 

This year’s judges, artists Amanda Loomes, Jonathan Yeo, Simon Periton and Will Nash had the difficult task of dwindling down the shortlist. Ultimately, they selected 91 artworks, which showcase the very best in contemporary art in the UK and across the world. There will also be 28 installations which were designed specifically for the Cathedral and its grounds. 

All of the shortlisted works will be displayed in the much-anticipated WAC exhibition, returning to Wells Cathedral from Saturday 28 August to Sunday 26 September. There will also be a virtual version of the exhibition starting from Monday, 2nd of August.

The exhibition will coincide with the installation of a brand-new piece by world-famous sculptor Antony Gormley, best known for his Angel of the North. Cast in iron and just over life-size, the work will be unveiled on the West Front of Wells Cathedral.

With the support of Arts Council England, the Wells Art Contemporary exhibition will be available:

  • online from Monday 2 August,
  • at Wells Cathedral from Saturday 28 August to Sunday 26 September. The 91 artworks will be exhibited in the cloisters and the 28 art installations throughout the Cathedral. 

The exhibition is free to see.

For further information, please visit www.wellsartcontemporary.co.uk

Prizes Details: 

The following prizes will be awarded to outstanding works in the WAC 2021 exhibition:

  • Howden Art Award: £2,000 awarded to one artist selected by Howden Group.
  • People’s Choice Prize: £500 awarded to one artist selected by visitors of the exhibition.
  • Grace Student Awards: £100 each to three students and free entry to first 100 students, awarded by Tracey Grace. 
  • Somerset Art Works Festival Award: an entry in the Somerset Art Works Festival 2022 with curatorial support, and 1-year SAW Membership.
  • JGM Gallery Prize: works by selected artists will be showcased online by JGM Gallery.
  • NG Creative Art Residency: a two-week placement at the NG Art Creative Residency in Eygalières, Provence.
  • Parker Harris Mentoring Prize: one-to-one mentoring covering all aspects of professional development to a selected artist.
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Dawn to Dusk

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Award-winning painter Lucy Marks unveils her solo exhibition at Petworth House and Park from 3 July to 19 September 2021 – 50 paintings in oil and watercolour – inspired by the iconic National Trust site. 

“The title of the exhibition, Dawn to Dusk, is a nod to Turner, who regularly visited and painted Petworth” Marks explains. “His work featured sunsets and sunrises in both watercolour and oil. As a landscape painter I, too, wanted to capture the cycle of a day at Petworth. From its dreamy sunrises to its gentle and dramatic sunsets.” 

Lucy Marks is an award-winning landscape painter whose dynamic compositions communicate the changing energy and movement within the landscape and capture the energies of the land, sea and sky. She starts by working outside, drawing sketches in watercolour and oil from the landscape, then creates the final piece in her studio, removing any superfluous indication of representation or figuration. 

Don’t miss Lucy Marks’ solo exhibition, Dawn to Dusk, at the Servants’ Quarters Gallery, Petworth House and Park, from 3 July to 19 September 2021. The works will also be available to view and purchase on Lucy Marks’ website. 

Key Dates: 

Exhibition Opens: 3 July 

Meet the Artist: 25 July, 13 August, 4 September 

Artist’s Demonstrations: 11 July, 22 July, 11 August, 28 August 

Exhibition Closes: 19 September 

To keep up to date with the latest news and announcements, follow us on social media and join the conversation: 

Lucy Marks:

Instagram: @lucy_marks_art 

Facebook: @lucymarks.co.uk 

Twitter: @marks_lucy 

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