Some Early Summer News 

News from Katrina Wallis-King PS
Several of Katrina's works are now available at the Lion Street Gallery, Hay-on-Wye.

With one painting sold just a day after drop-off, Katrina hopes to deliver a couple of additional pieces in time for the start of Hay's annual book festival which begins on 23 May.

Close to the Brecon Beacons, the gallery is well worth a visit, with artworks also available for purchase via the website.

News from Andrew Barrowman PS

Andrew Barrowman has 2 charcoal drawings in the RBSA Summer Show in Birmingham. The show runs June 13th - July 21st.          One of the drawings 'Bird Bath & Apple Tree' charcoal on paper on board 60cm x 40cm can be seen below.

Bird Bath and Apple Tree

News from Tanya Avchinnikova PS

Tanya had will be exhibiting with the Society of Women Artists,
The Summer Show in Birmingham.

And also with the IAPS Exhibition in Albuquerque

News from Jane Hodgson PS

Umbrellas’ and ‘Nets’, (see image two below) drawn in the wonderful Basque Country in Northern Spain, will be part of Rural Life, a selected exhibition at Wymondham Art’s Chapel from 14-26 May.
Curator, Sharon Stone, says she’s been at pains to find art that shows  rural people doing things.
She has chosen a full range of works, from landscape paintings, prints and pottery to sculptures and weavings.
St Becket’s Chapel, 2 Church St, Wymondham, NR18 0PH.
PV 14 May 6-9pm, daily 11-4pm to 26 May.

News from Louise Diggle PS

Louise is taking part in the Chelsea Art Society Annual Open Exhibition, Kings Road, SW3
12-17 June:

Louise is also showing with the Wapping Group of Artists, 340 Kings Road, Chelsea SW3
13-19 October:

News from Sue Relph PS SGFA

Since 2016 Sue's studio has been a large space at converted offices 5 minutes pedestrian walk from the High Street - where it has been possible to have portrait/general art sessions and demonstrations especially during Windsor Fringe /Open Studios in the Autumn.

Sue is fortunate to share her area space with musician/composer Tom Neill - a very willing portrait model ..........also providing the most wonderful background inspiration.

Sue's graphite study of Monica (under the rip) was exhibited with The Society of Graphic Fine Art a few years ago and will be included in the work on display  in Prime Studios' small gallery.