Monday, 22 October 2012

160th Exhibition at the RWA, Bristol runs until 30th of December

The Royal West of England Academy has just opened its 160th exhibition to the public.
Several Swindon artists are taking part including Gordon Dickinson, Beverley Greig and Tim Carroll.
Gordon has taken some excellent photographs of the Preview Night held on Friday the 19th of October, some of which are displayed below:
www.noaddedsugar.org

Outside the building, people queuing to get in.
 Two lovely photos showing the vast gallery space with lots of people looking at the work.
And here's Gordon's piece:
 Two very interested people looking intently at Gordon's exhibit.
 And below, Gordon beside his exhibit
 Beverley Greig's painting Seaford I is hanging in the exhibition as well, but am unsure where in relation to others, but here it is:
More on Beverley at:www.beverleygreig.com and www.beverleygreig.blogspot.com


And here is Tim Carroll's piece kindly photographed twice to show where it is amongst the pictures on the walls, it's the lower one of people in a car:

www.timcarroll.co.uk
It all looks wonderful, can't wait to go and visit the exhibition.
To find out more about the exhibition and gallery visit http://www.rwa.org.uk/whats-on/exhibitions/2012/10/exhibitions-160-autumn/

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