Female artists in the spotlight

at Mall Galleries

Talented female artists with different techniques and genres will next week be ready for The Society of Women Artists Summer Exhibition in London.

 

The exhibition takes place at Mall Galleries in south-west London from 28 July until 7 August. This is the Society’s 155th exhibition. It will be displaying selected painting, drawing, printmaking and sculpture, and the goal is to promote art by women. It was founded in 1855, with its first exhibition two years later. Since that, the exhibition has been an annual event.

Natalie Holland is one of the selected artists during this year’s exhibition. She is displaying her painting ‘Mirror Me’ as shown above.

Holland was born in Russia, but lived for many years in Norway. Some years ago she moved to London where she now has her studio. Holland is known for her figurative paintings, and her work is impressively life-like. Previous work are, amongst other, two portraits of ‘The Blade Runner’, Oscar Pistorius. Through her work she brings up the problems and debates of our time, and her paintings are often a reaction to the world around us.

Where:

Main Gallery, North Gallery at Mall Galleries.

 

 

 

When:

28 July – 7 August

10am – 5pm (closes 3pm on final day.

 

Admission:

£3, free to Friends of Mall Galleries and under 18’s, 50 % off for National Art Pass holders.

 

Norwegian Art

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