Tuesday, 30 June 2015

x Royal Academy of Arts - Free, fun-filled day at our first street party 4th July 2015

Join us for our first Burlington Gardens Festival when we take art out of the studio and into the street. 
On Saturday 4 July the RA will pedestrianise Burlington Gardens filling it with artist installations and a programme of talks, performance and live music. Join Royal Academician hosts including Yinka Shonibare, Will Alsop, Bob and Roberta Smith and Richard Wilson for a day of summer fun.
Get creative with print-making and drawing workshops, or art activities for children. Experience an immersive sound-movement work or take a theatrical tour of our building. Plus, enjoy food and drink from artisan producers, including Italian delights from Cecconi’s and American food for Independence Day, along with a prosecco cart.
Saturday 4 July, 12–6pm

Drop in, free admission

Royal Academy of Arts
Piccadilly site:
Burlington House,

Friday, 26 June 2015

x bGallery artist Tony Taylor will be exhibiting at 'The Coach House Gallery' during June 2015

bGallery artist Tony Taylor will be exhibiting at 'The Coach House Gallery'  during June - He will have 60 images on show. you can contact Tony via his fb page or his bGallery profile page at www.bgallery.co.uk

Thursday, 25 June 2015

Tim Jeffs Art: Eight Days a WeekDrawing a Octopus In Colored Penc...

Tim Jeffs Art: Eight Days a WeekDrawing a Octopus In Colored Penc...: Eight Days a Week Drawing a Octopus In Colored Pencil and Ink Prints, posters, stationery cards, and signed fine art repro...

Monday, 22 June 2015

x Gary Cooper's Stunning Work at bGallery

Upon considering a bronze relief, whether it will take form in a medal or plaque, I conduct a detailed search into the subject matter.  Then I will begin to discover key elements of related ideas that might deliver an effective visual allegory of contemporary meaning to the general public or other intended viewer audience.
My research sources include local educators, historians and naturalists.  Elements of the natural world have always provided me with inspiration.  I draw upon a few key and favourite symbols to make a new allegorical connection to use in my bas-relief work.
The ultimate creative objective is to result in an aesthetically engaging design that may appeal to the viewer’s mind to cause thoughtful reflection of the present, past and future.

Friday, 12 June 2015

x Natalie Allen - Animal/ Pet Portrait & Abstract artist. (Nats Living Art)

I was 2 when I Picked  up my first colouring pencil. I left school with the highest grade in art & design and then followed a career in graphic design. After visiting Amsterdam, Italy and France which inspired me a great deal, I went back to school at 30, studied and achieved a foundation diploma in art & design at Bournemouth Arts University. After, I started studying for a fine arts degree. Before relocating I worked as an art technician at a school in Dorset U.K. While I was there I had the privilege to help teach 6 formers in their spare time encouraging them to take their passion and talent into further education. Now living in Cyprus I have had several art exhibitions and travel around the art and craft circuit speciallising in Pastels, charcoal and acrylics. For research I use Books, Photos, photography, my pets & livestock and my own spirituality. I have a Facebook page you can contact me at  https//www.facebook.com/NatsLivingArt