Royal Academy Summer Show | 9th June – 17th August 2014

Very pleased to say that myself AND my husband have been selected for the Royal Academy Summer Show this year.   My entry ‘Etiquette for Girls’ can be seen below with Edd’s ‘Lágrimas’ (the matadors in an oval).

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1960758_10152079033956175_7970693546798482567_o 10339400_10152079034026175_7458054466589814420_oEtiquette-for-Girls-Colour-A4-a-of-5Everything you’ll see at the Summer Exhibition represents what is happening in the art world right now. New and recent art created by everyone from emerging artists to the biggest names in contemporary art and architecture.

This is the world’s largest open entry exhibition and we’ve been holding it for nearly 250 years – that’s nine British monarchies, 43 US Presidents, two World Wars and more than 50 British Prime Ministers. Throughout that time, the Summer Exhibition has remained a powerful barometer of the art of each age. And the same simple premise has always applied – anyone can enter and all of the works are chosen by leading artists. The sheer variety of work presented each year is what makes the Summer Exhibition an annual highlight of the cultural calendar. This year, you can explore the black and white room curated by Cornelia Parker, see what our new RAs Thomas Heatherwick and Bob and Roberta Smith have in store and, as ever, view hundreds of other works by people who may yet become your new favourite artists.

Saturday – Thursday 10am – 6pm
Friday 10am – 10pm

Please note: We will be closed on 4 June from 1pm and all day on 23 June.
09 June — 17 August Main Galleries, Burlington House £13.50 (without donation £12). Concessions available. Friends of the RA and under 16s go free.

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