ANNUAL EXHIBITION 2020
Our "Annual Exhibition" takes place 'virtually' this year, in the form of a slide-show and a gallery - see below. This exhibition will run throughout December and all works are for sale.
If you are interested in purchasing a picture, please contact Maggie Read, 07977 552780 or , who will then contact the artist concerned. Payment method, delivery / collection should then be arranged between the buyer and artist.
Please hover over any picture to see details and click on any picture to stop slideshow and see details
Gallery format in alphabetical order. To see further details click on any image.
PHOTOGRAPHING YOUR WORK
Any member interested in submitting work for our Virtual Annual Exhibition this December may find the following information useful, when photographing their work : https://www.artsupplies.co.uk/blog/how-to-photograph-your-artwork/
The information on the following link is even more straightforward for most of us :
Finally, Brian Pearce is a professional local photographer who will take high quality photos of members' work at a reasonable price. His contact details are available through Maggie.
Our main exhibition took place on Saturday November 30th and Sunday December 1st at Lord Pirbright's Hall, Pirbright. The event featured a "Black Friday" sale of paintings in the Club Room, as well as our main exhibition in the main Hall. The event was very well attended and many paintings, prints and cards were sold.
RAILINGS EXHIBITION (June 15th 2019, in conjunction with Pirbright Village Dragon Fair)
In 2019 our Summer exhibition was held outside the Lord Pirbright's Hall, in conjunction with Pirbright Village Dragon Fair. The weather was "changeable" with rain showers and sunny periods meaning that we had to cover and uncover our paintings on a frequent basis. Nevertheless it was a very successful day for the Club.
Maggie Read described the "Railings" day as follows .... "We had an amazing display of dragon paintings on the outside of the railings and some very impressive paintings of other subjects hung on the inner railings. We had many visitors and sold five framed paintings altogether - not a bad result for a village fair! Congratulations to Lynn Willis, who sold two of the five - one being her lovely dragon painting! Well done, too, to Steve Wells, whose oil painting of the White Hart, Pirbright, sold to a buyer who has also commissioned another painting from him. Nina Klein sold one of her charming little paintings - congrats to her - and I sold my Lily Pond painting, so was pleased about that!". Further pictures from the exhibition are shown below
Member Teri Berry, a textile artist, kindly entered her wonderful dragon masks into the Dragon Trail, to represent our club. As shown in the below photos, they were on display at the Church during the Dragon Fair day.