Royal Watercolour Society Open Exhibition 2015 – Here We Come!
Royal Watercolour Society open exhibition 2015. March 6th - 18th. Open daily 1100 - 1800 hrs. Admission free. Bankside gallery near Tate Modern London.
The Royal Watercolour Society has selected two of my artist friends (and me) to exhibit in their annual open in 2015, needless to say we are delighted 🙂
The painting exhibition is on from 6th - 18th March at the Bankside Gallery on Southbank, London near Tate Modern. It promises to be an excellent show with diverse refreshing watercolours from artists all over the world.
Admission is free and it is open daily from 1100 hrs until 1800 hrs.
About Us Three Artists
We have at least three things in common -
a passion for painting
if we are not painting we are probably thinking about painting
a compelling individuality
we paint OUR way. Nobody messes with that!
painting can be lonely, lasting friendships have developed and grow along with our art
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Only the highest quality watercolour and acrylic paints and paper have been used - Arches watercolour paper or rag free canvas, American Journey watercolors and/or Golden acrylic paints
Creating "That Certain Feeling"
is the goal for every painting by Alan Brain. It is made visible through the artist's use of colour (sometimes bold, other times muted but always vibrant); and unusual geometric shapes triggered by realism from the artist's imagination. The emotion in the artwork is there for the viewer to engage with and interpret in their own way. Most of the paintings are in watercolour, some are in acrylic, others use both. The artist will use anything however to create that certain feeling in his artwork.
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Every piece of art is unique. No duplicates or prints exist. The artist retains one digital photograph of each painting and he guarantees that no copies will be produced for resale purposes.