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It’s been a fantastic year, and what better way to top it of than to throw a huge party, celebrating 25 Silver years in the business. We know the late twenties are going to be a special time for us, with absolutely tons of exciting stuff happening in 2014 to kick it all off. Come visit us when we’re back on January 6th, and in the meantime enjoy these snaps from our Anniversary party
Wracking your brains to think of something original to get a loved one this Christmas? Stuck on what to get for Secret Santa at work? Well it’s not too late! Stop by 28 Charlotte Street for something beautiful and hand made. We have a specially selected range of Christmas gift ideas to suit any budget. You really can’t beat art as a present.
Including decorations by Karen Nicol, Holly Frean and Rebecca Jewell, prints and paintings by Kit Boyd, Phil Shaw and Alasdair Wallace and collaged ceramics by Rah Rivers.
See what’s available in a little more detail on our website.
One Stop Arts visited the RHG London galleries last week and have written a lovely review of both of our current shows Scale and Silver. Thanks guys!
Rebecca Steel writes,
‘Both of these exhibitions demonstrate Rebecca Hossack’s fine eye for captivating art. She can also be credited as the first person to bring some of these artists to the UK’s attention… One final observation of Farrer’s exhibition is that words or photographs cannot fully capture the incredible attention to detail in these sculptures. Like their real-life subjects, the beauty of these animals is best appreciated through seeing them in person.’
Read the article in full here.
Don’t forget that tonight the Rebecca Hossack Gallery NYC is hosting Works & Days Quarterly’s reading in partnership with Storytelling, an exhibition featuring the work of artists Ross Bonfanti and Phil Shaw.
Works & Days Quarterly’s event will take place from 4-7pm and will feature an eclectic roster of performers and readers. Musician Ben Holmes will play trumpet and The And Group will provide live electronic music. Readings will include fiction by Steven Volynets, long-form verse by Eric Bland and poetry by Elvis Alves, Anne Whitehouse, Kristin Maffei and Jim Warner.
Eric Wines and Ashley Susan Beck have even provided original recipes for the evening’s cocktails.
Come on down, what’s not to get excited about!
Here’s David talking about his origins and indeed the origins of his intriguing and unusual artistic vision. His menagerie will be guarding the walls of our Charlotte Street gallery until Christmas Eve so come and give them a sniff.
…did we mention that three of our artists were finalists in the National Open Art Competition earlier this year? Barbara Macfarlane, Emma Haworth, and Rebecca Jewell all reached the final stage of the judging. A belated well-played to them.
Have a look at more of their work on our website by following the links above.
Emma Haworth’s wintry and wonderful contribution to our upcoming Silver show has just arrived at the gallery, whilst this brand new oil is a charming reminder of spring.
Barbara Macfarlane‘s show is a sell out! Her map abstracts have gone down a storm in New York so go and see them at RHG NYC before their new owners take them away. The show is up until the 9th December.
On Thursday night RHG Conway Street hosted a fundraising event for the charity Womankind, an international women’s human rights charity working to help women transform their lives in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Guest speakers included our own Rebecca Hossack, CEO Susana Klien, Tsitsi Matekaire of Access to Justice and Maria Munir from AWSAD in Zimbabwe, who work hard to prevent violence against women in the region.