Friday, August 08, 2008

14th Annual Exhibition of the Society of Feline Artists at the Llewellyn Alexander Gallery

After a slightly frenetic week of finishing work, cutting mats, getting glazing redone, assembling and taping I finally managed to frame four furry felines and presented them for submission to the 13th Annual Exhibition of the Society of Feline Artists at the Llewellyn Alexander Gallery in central London (1st - 20th September 2008)

The good news is that yesterday all four were accepted - and I even got compliments on my framing! I'll be posting images of mine on this blog between now and the Champagne Private View on 2nd September.

Gayle Mason and I met up for the annual submission day and Gayle was also successful in having her work accepted for the exhibition.

Extract from the invitation to the SOFA Champagne Reception
Gayle's 'Aristocat' (mixed media) is the large red cat in the bottom row.

She gets her work done way ahead of me and also had one of her images accepted as one of the cats in the 2008 brochure.

The gallery will be exhibiting over 300 oils, acrylics, watercolours, pastels, works in coloured pencil and etchings - with a price range from £80 to £3,000 with the majority of working being under £750

Artists who will be exhibiting include:
This is the Llewellyn Alexander Gallery's virtual website exhibition of some of the work submitted for SOFA's 2008 exhibition - these pictures are of the ones who submitted digital images for the PV invitation.

Gayle and I will be back on Tuesday 5th September for the Champagne Private View opened by celebrity vet David Grant. Now we've just got to get those invites in the mail!


1 comment:

S. A. Hart said...

Congratulations! This is wonderful news. Please keep us posted on the exhibition.
You might be interested in my post about famous artists who have also painted felines. It can be found at my blog, The Artist's Muse. The post is entitled "All Things Bright and Beautiful". Here's the link:

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