In October I was thrilled to be exhibiting the Battersea AAF with the Russell Gallery, an established modern British art gallery who specialise in figurative and abstract paintings, primarily in oils and pastels, and often full of colour.
I went up to London for the Charity Private View night, with my husband Chris and good friends Nick and Jane. We had a wonderful time soaking up the party atmosphere (and a few glasses of wine!) and looking at all the wonderful art on display, before grabbing a taxi and heading off for a late Dinner…
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The Battersea Autumn Affordable Art Fair aims to provide an open and friendly atmosphere showcasing the very latest in affordable, contemporary art from exciting new talents and well-established names. It is one of the most established and well attended art fairs in the country.
Visitors were able to see a display of some of my more significant paintings, including ‘Rooted Flight’, ‘Creating Space’, ‘A hundred things you have not dreamed of’, ‘Grateful heart’ and Warm Shower’ alongside other smaller pieces; 15 paintings in all.
The Private view was in support of AAF’s Charity Partner, ‘Imperial Health Charity‘. which supports five London hospitals, funding major redevelopments, clinical research and medical equipment. With an Arts Council accredited hospital art collection of more than 2,000 works and an extensive audience engagement programme, the charity believes creativity is key to our health and wellbeing.
“By brightening hospital wards and waiting areas, inspiring patients with bedside workshops and opening up the arts to NHS staff, the charity is passionate about supporting the arts in healthcare.”