The Royal Society of British Artists (RBA) holds its 303rd exhibition from the 19th to the 29th February 2020 at the Mall Galleries London, and Arts & Collections readers can get free tickets for two, saving £10 on the standard price.
The RBA is dedicated to promoting the highest standards of skill, concept and draughtsmanship in painting, sculpture, printmaking and drawing. The exhibition is sourced from member artists and through open submission, to bring together works of the highest standard in an eclectic mix of style and media. Most works are for sale, with prices starting from £120.
Clare O’Brien, CEO of Federation of British Artists and Mall Galleries said: “The artists have been out documenting the world around them and the many diverse landscapes and locations featured in the exhibition include the Faith Mosque in Istanbul, the White Cliffs of Dover and Billingsgate Fish Market. We see joyous expressionistic dancers by Susan Bower, young men in photo-real pencil drawings by Malcolm Ashman, father and son historical harp restorers by Lewis Hazelwood-Horner, the artist and her dog, Joey, painting in an Islington back garden by Melissa Scott-Miller, a portrait bust of Beatle George Harrison by Clive Duncan, a contemporary Venus of Willendorf by Callum Stannard – the whole of human life is here.”
With such a wide variety, RBA exhibitions always guarantee that no matter what your preferred subject matter, style, medium, colour palette or budget, you will be sure to find a work of art you would love to own.
Arts and Collections readers can claim free entry for two to the exhibition by quoting the publication at the gallery desk (normal price £10).
The Royal Society of British Artists 303rd Exhibition
20th to 29th February, 10am to 5pm
Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1
Admission £5, free for under 25s, Friends of Mall Galleries and readers on mentioning Arts & Collections at the Gallery Desk.
Images: © 2020 Mall Galleries
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