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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 

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Lucy Marks:

Instagram: @lucy_marks_art 

Facebook: @lucymarks.co.uk 

Twitter: @marks_lucy 

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Butterbiggens Prize in Painting

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The Butterbiggens Prize is an experiment to see if an art foundation can be productive on a micro scale. We provide tiny grants for artists in the form of fast food gift certificates.

A showcase for contemporary emerging artists, Every month a UK painter will be nominated, and receive a small bursary as well as an online interview and profile. Micro Fellowship fo UK painters, juried by a group of Scottish Art Students.

To submit please send a portfolio and CV to butterbiggens@gmail.com

Please also indicate where you saw this listing.There is no fee to submit.

To see profiles of previous winners, please visit us on www.butterbiggens.co.uk

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small cash prize and online sumary
Deadline: 
06/30/2021

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Butterbiggens Prize

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The Butterbiggens Prize is an experiment to see if an art foundation can be productive on a micro scale. We provide tiny grants for artists in the form of fast food gift certificates.

A showcase for contemporary emerging artists, Every month a UK painter will be nominated, and receive a fast food voucher as well as an online interview and profile. 

Micro Fellowship for UK painters, juried by a group of Scottish Art Students.

There is no fee to submit.

To see profiles of previous winners, please visit us on www.butterbiggens.co.uk

Deadline: 
10/31/2019

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Material Flow Exhibition

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Artists are invited to respond in their own way to selected artefacts connected to the famous Stroud cloth and its historical narratives. The subject areas encompass materiality, landscape, human and nonhuman relations, industrial developments, local and global trade and colonial networks. 

The call out welcomes 2-D and 3-D work including textile art, painting, illustration, photography, movie image and installation media and is open to artists wherever based.   

The Material Flow exhibition will be held between the 31st of August and the 22nd of September in Gallery One of the delightful Museum in the Park, Stroud 

The deadline for Material Flow image submissions is Sunday 30th June via www.woolandwater.org where you will find all the necessary information. (Exhibitions/Material Flow)

Material Flow is one of six visual arts exhibitions being organised as part of the Wool and Water Festival created by the Stroudwater Textile Trust in collaboration with the Cotswold Canals Trust and Museum in the Park. The Festival also includes commissioned spoken word and music.

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06/30/2019

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£10 GB for 3 Images
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Butterbiggens Prize in British painting

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The Butterbiggens Prize is an experiment to see if an art foundation can be productive on a micro scale. We provide tiny grants for artists in the form of fast food gift certificates.

A showcase for contemporary emerging artists, Artists from England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Island, as well as the Channel islands and Crown dependancies are eligble. 

Micro Fellowship for UK painters, juried by a group of Scottish Art Students.

If you include multiple photos one should be an installation shot, We would like to get a sense of scale. Include dimensions and medium, CV is optional.

 

Please put all files on one pdf.

 

Please also indicate where you saw this listing.

There is no fee to submit.

 

 

Deadline: 
03/31/2019
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