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An artist prepared to take the plunge and seek inspiration beneath the waves is being sought by The Wildlife Trusts and the Society of Wildlife Artists.
The organisations’ Undersea Art Award provides a bursary for an established artist to learn to dive and then to work underwater off the UK coast, recording the wildlife of the sea. The artist has the opportunity to exhibit art inspired by marine life at the SWLA’s annual exhibition in the Mall Galleries.
Now in its seventh year, the Undersea Art Award has inspired stunning works which raise awareness of the plight of our marine life from around the UK coast and range from paintings to sculpture. View previous winners’ art and download an application form here. Artists have until Friday 26th February to apply.
A personal account of the monoprint and drypoint one day workshops held at the Mall galleries learning centre on the last days of the 2015 SWLA Natural Eye exhibition.
Bruce Pearson preparing a drypoint plate – photo jon perry www.arranginglight.com
Both courses were a great success I think. In the end we 3 tutors joined forces, this meant that we could share ideas/resources and have more common ground for future courses. Continue reading
The full schedule for this years talks and workshops can now be seen on the EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS page.
For the first time the FBA has published the catalogue online ahead of the exhibition and this can be seen via
For anyone interested in the Drypoint workshop, here’s a little background to methods and materials involved. But please ask any questions through contact page at www.brucepearson.net.
As a printmaking process, drypoint is rather like using a pen without the ink – literally, drawing with a dry point – to create an impression that, when inked, can be printed from again and again. It is like etching without the acid, or engraving with an etching needle. Continue reading
Sunday 8th November (10.30am – 4.30pm) – Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1
There have been a couple of late cancellations for the drypoint course, so spaces now available. To book, please email Darren Rees
This should be a great days printmaking using the rich and easy to use medium of drypoint. The course is led by Bruce Pearson , SWLA members Kim Atkinson, Greg Poole and Darren Rees will also be taking part. For more details about the medium, Bruce has written this post.
£75 (tuition and all materials included)
A selection of recent work including field painting, woodcuts & monoprints on show from Sat.31st Oct – Sat.28th Nov 2015. Greg will be at the gallery from 11-4 on the opening Saturday. All are welcome.