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Congratulations to Chloe Fremantle for winning the RWS Award for her 2 gouaches in the Contemporary Watercolour Competition 2018 exhibition, which ran from March 2-14 at the Royal Watercolour Society, Bankside Gallery in SE1. She also showed in 'New Year/ New Work', which ran from 22 March - 21 April. Chloe was recently elected as an Associated Member of the Royal Watercolour Society

Renata Fernandez has been shortlisted for the Lynn Painter Stainers Prize 2018 with her painting Deckchairs No4 (below). The show ran from March 5-17 at the Mall Galleries, London.


June Bartlett was Artist In Residence for April at The Mission Hall Gallery, Melvich, Sutherland, Highlands, culminating in a solo exhibition


Afsoon recently showed her work in the US. 'In the Fields of Empty Days: The Intersection of Past and Present in Iranian Art', ran from 6th May - 9th September at LACMA Los Angeles County Museum.

She is also showing at the De Queeste Art in Belgium, as well as in the Bad Oeynhausen Fairytale museum in Germany.



Emma Davis, Celia Toler, Chloe Freemantle and Stephen Williams took part in the Riverside Artists' Group show at Central Space Gallery in W14

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Camilla Emson took part in d.REM – A Dream Sensorium curated by Allegra Shortoat The Freud Museum, on 25th May. She played Solfeggio Dreamscape from one of her glass vessels, after which there was a panel discussion between lucid dream expert Dr Keith Hearne, dream guide Tree Carr and artists Lee Berwick, Camilla Emson and Rebecca Salvadori. The performances continued until 8am the next morning.

Cordelia Cembrowitz recently had her PGCE graduation exhibition at the UCL Institute of Education, in which she made a video installation in response to the disparity of arts education opportunities across schools today, and the early 90s children's tv shows of her childhood.

Cordelia is also currently showing in the RA Summer Exhibition – she has a piece in room 5.

In addition, she has a two-person show opening on July 11th at the Freelands Foundation Gallery in Chalk Farm, collaborating with Menna Cominetti.  It's about aspiration and education, and the artists are presenting giant ladders made with cast concrete in participatory workshops. Below is an image of the work in progress.

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Adam & Eve, watercolour and paper collage

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For the Day, 2018, oil on canvas

Stephen Williams is took part in Roaming Room's

'The Hand of the Artist', which opened on 8th September:

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‘Dirty Un/Realism’




7 – 30 September



57a Redchurch St

London E2 7DJ

John Summers took part in 'Dirty Un/Realism' at Studio 1.1 this September:

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Chloe Freemantle was interviewed in October's edition of Artists and Illustrators magazine. Well done, Chloe!

She also took part in the Royal Waterbolour Society's autumn exhibition

at the Bankside Gallery, from 5 October -

3 November.


Katherine Lubar has been shortlisted with her

work 'Wood Green' for the Wells Contemporary,

Bishop’s Palace, Wells, Somerset,

6 - 21 October, 2018

Anna Gardiner has

won 3rd prize at the Derwent Art Prize for her charcoal drawing, 'Washday'. Congratulations Anna!

18-23 September 2018; Mall Galleries London SW1, then touring to various venues across the UK.


Anna was also selected for the Royal West of England Academy annual open exhibition, which took place from 7 October -23 November 2018, RWA, Bristol

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Washday, by Anna Gardiner

Katherine Lubar and Emma Davis were both been selected for the Discerning Eye exhibition, which took place at the Mall Galleries from15-25 November 


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Soledad has created an art iinstallation, titled 'What the Artist Knows' at Charing Cross Library, which in on show from

1 October - 16 November

4-6 Charing Cross Road, London



opening hours:

Mon 9.30am-8pm

Tues, Thurs, Fri 9.30am-7pm

Wed 10am-7pm

Sat 10.30am-2pm

Sun 11am-5pm


Sarah Neale is currently running both life drawing as well as portrait painting sessions, starting this January. Drop-in or book online. Life drawing classes take place on Monday evenings and the portrait sessions are on Wednesdays, both in NW10.

See for more information and to

book online.

Asaki Kan and Katherine Lubar have co-curated group exhibition

'A Solar Umbrella', which runs from 17th January – 14 February. Private views: Thursday 17th January and Thursday 7th February (as part of First Thursdays)

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Full of Emptiness by Asaki Kan