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“Ways of Seeing”
Cranleigh Open Art Exhibition 2019
26th November to 21st December 2019
The theme for the 2019 Cranleigh Open Art Exhibition is “Ways of Seeing” and artists are invited to interpret the theme through any subject and style, in any traditional medium (drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics/sculpture).
Take the opportunity to exhibit your work in a vibrant arts hub in the Surrey Hills and be in for a chance to be selected for a shared 'Winners Exhibition' in the Summer of 2020.
An independent judging panel will select their favourite piece and a runner up to be announced at the exhibition launch on Tuesday 26th November. The public will also get the chance to vote for their favourite piece with the winner being announced at the end of the exhibition.
We are pleased to announce that this year's judges will be:
Sue studied Fine Art with James Hockey at The West Surrey College of Art (now The Surrey Institute of Art and Design) and then worked for 10 years in a Private Studio with the Hackney family in Surrey. Sue is a member of the Societee de Pastelistes de France and has worked in Paris as well as exhibiting regularly there. She also exhibits regularly at the Mall Galleries, London, home of The Federation of British Artists as well as internationally and her work can be found in many private and public collections.
The Belgravia Gallery
Belgravia Gallery was established by Anna Hunter in London over 30 years ago and is run together with her daughter, Laura Walford, exhibiting work by truly outstanding British and international established and emerging artists. Belgravia Gallery has relocated from London’s Mayfair to stunning premises in the Surrey Hills. Belgravia Gallery represents over 50 artists with a diverse range of art forms, from lithographs to paintings, sculptures to fine art and photography. Belgravia Gallery is the showcase for work by truly outstanding British based and international artists and people of renown, including Nelson Mandela and HRH The Prince of Wales, Pop Artists such as Andy Warhol and Sir Peter Blake, and works by Jan Coutts, Maria Filopoulou, John Illsley and Monroe Hodder.
Bob Wild –Chairman of Cranleigh Arts
Bob has been the Chairman of the Cranleigh Arts' board of trustees since 2016. Before that he spent over 40 years in banking. He has held Chief Executive and Director positions internationally and in the City of London. He is presently a Non-Executive Director on the boards of two UK banks. While living overseas for many years including in India, the Middle East, Hong Kong and Greece, he and his wife Lynne have had a home in Cranleigh for over 25 years.
For 2019, work will be submitted electronically and payment will be possible through the website.
The submission fee is £10 per artwork and is non-refundable. Each artist may submit a maximum of three pieces of artwork.
The closing date for online entries is 9th November 2019 at 4.30pm.
Download entry info here
Download the entry form here
If you have any queries about the exhibition or electronic submission, please contact the Box Office on 01483 278000 or email Peter Hunt at email@example.com. (this email address is for queries only. Please submit entry forms and images to firstname.lastname@example.org)