Coming soon – our next exhibition

exhibition postcard Works on Paper 2019

It’s all go for the Holborn Group, as we get ready for our next exhibition Works on Paper 2019. It will be held at the R.K. Burt Gallery, 57-61 Union Street London SE1 1SG from June 4 until June 13 from 10-5.
(Please note that the gallery is closed on Saturday and Sunday 8 and 9 June)

The private view is on Tuesday June 4 from 5:30-8pm.

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And watch this space!

 

Award Winner

Congratulations to Holborn Group member Olivia O’Sullivan, who has won the Royal Watercolour Society Award for her painting Fading light, New Cross SE14, in the RWS 2019 Contemporary Watercolour Competition.
 
Olivia with her prize certificate and some of the other artists from the Holborn Group.
Olivia with her award certificate, and other Holborn Group members at the exhibition.
Fading light, New Cross SE14 Acrylic on paper
Olivia’s winning painting: Fading light, New Cross SE14
Wolfgang Woerner with his work at the RWS exhibition.
Wolfgang Woerner also had his work selected for the show.
The RWS Contemporary Watercolour Competition is on show at the Bankside Gallery next to Tate Modern from 8 -20 March 2019 from 11-6 daily.
 
 

Group members start 2019 with exhibition and competition successes

Royal Watercolour Society Contemporary Watercolour Competition

Congratulations to Holborn Group members Olivia Adamczyk O’Sullivan and Wolfgang Woerner, whose entries to the Contemporary Watercolour Competition have been selected for exhibition at the Bankside Gallery March 8-20, 2019. Put the date in your diaries!

The Royal Watercolour Society says: ‘This annual open-submission exhibition aims to encourage innovation and experimentation in all water-based media and provides a prestigious platform for both established and emerging artists.’ Here are the selected pictures.

Olivia Adamczyk O'Sullivan:
London street scene at dusk.


Olivia Adamczyk O’Sullivan
Fading light, New Cross SE14
Acrylic on paper

Wolfgang Woerner


Wolfgang Woerner
‘find me
ink, watercolour, charcoal on paper



Roots and Rifts

In February, group member Munisha Gupta was selected to exhibit in Roots and Rifts at the Espacio Gallery. Well done, Munisha!

"Roots and Rifts" at Espacio Gallery
“Roots and Rifts” at Espacio Gallery

Urban Dreams and future plans

Urban Dreams: opening night and private view

The opening night of our Urban Dreams exhibition in the beautiful space of The Gallery, was a great success, with large numbers of appreciative visitors. It was our first exhibition on a common theme, and participating artists used a variety of media, including photography, painting, collage and mixed media, to develop individual responses to the urban environment.

View and download the Urban Dreams Catalogue.

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Urban Dreams

 

Future Plans

We have two exhibitions planned for 2019.  The first will be at the R.K. Burt Gallery, Southwark, in the first two weeks in June, and the second at Lauderdale House, Highgate, in the last two weeks of July. Watch this space for further news, or contact us if you would like to receive our exhibition newsletters.

 

 

Tonight – One Night Only! (And praise for our last exhibition)

Urban Dreams

Our NEW EXHIBITION URBAN DREAMS

is at The Gallery, 77 Cowcross Street, London, EC1M 6EL
on Monday 26 November 2018 17.00 – 20.30. Come and share a glass of wine with us – we’d love to see you!

View and download the Urban Dreams Catalogue.

OUR LAST EXHIBITION

Our previous exhibition at R.K. Burt Gallery was a great success, with a packed-out private view, and a steady flow of visitors during the fortnight it was open.

Private View at R.K. Burt 2018
Private View at R.K. Burt 2018

Some comments from the Visitors’ book:

Beautifully presented. Variety of pieces and of excellent standard.

Very colourful, bright, stimulating and gorgeous.

An amazing show, will be telling friends to come and see it.

Love to see the diversity of medium and subject matter. Look forward to more.

Inspiring works – what a wealth of varied art.