Hidden House Gallery – ‘Go Local!’ group exhibition

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I’m very pleased to be part of ‘Go Local’ at Hidden House Gallery, showing a couple of paintings alongside some fab work by over 30 local artists. It’s an intriguing small gallery well worth a visit , hidden away in a building which used to be the workshop where the Gandolfi brothers made their world class cameras.
Do come along – and spread the word:

Hidden House Gallery – 2 Borland Rd Nunhead SE15 3AJ – Open over 2 weekends – 16/17/23/24 March 11am – 5pm and by appointment.  You can find out more here:- Hidden House Gallery

‘The Director’s Cut’, Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair 8-16 July

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It pays to check your junk email folder as when I checked mine this week, I heard that my Monotype print  ‘Towards the Woods’ was shortlisted for the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair and will be featured in their online print drop – here’s mine:-

Suzsi Corio- /directors-cut/p/towards-the-woods

& here are all of the prints in the Director’s cut:-

https://woolwichprintfair.com/directors-cut

It’s really encouraging news as I’ve only recently started making monotype prints. I’m still finding that for every one I make that I’m pleased with the next nine don’t work out as planned but this is more reason to keep making them!

Artist’s Open House – 13-14 + 20-21 May

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I’ll be taking part in the Artists’ Open House, Dulwich Festival again this year on the weekends of May 13-14 and 20-21st, (11am – 6pm ) showing lots of new mixed media paintings, prints & greetings cards.

Here are more details:- Directions and map – open studio

If you’d like to come & have a look but are not able to visit on those weekends, let me know.

I’ll be posting more updates on Instagram

‘The Salt Marshes’ – selected for RI Watercolours Exhibition at the Mall Galleries

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I’m very flattered to have had a painting selected for The Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour 211th Exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London for a 4th year.

This painting is from my series of views from the salt marshes near Tollesbury and you can see more details about via the Gallery’s online catalogue here:-

 RI Watercolours Exhibition Catalogue 2023

 in past years, I’ve had paintings of dresses and the staircase at Kew Gardens in the  exhibitions but this is the first year I’ve submitted a landscape. Looking forward to seeing all the other paintings at the exhibition which will will run from 30 March – 8 April 2023 and  If anyone would like an invite to the private view on 29th March, do get in touch with me.

Ukrainian Youth Group – collage workshop

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I had a really enjoyable evening running an informal collage workshop for the local Ukrainian Youth group which meets at St Barnabas Hall in Dulwich. Although they only had an hour and a half, they all came up with some imaginative and thought provoking collages, and still managed to have time for pizza and a chat too! I’m looking forward to going back again soon. You can find out more about the group and also see larger versions of these and more collages here:- Ukrainian Youth Group, Dulwich

Big Rock Mountain selected for G+S Gallery’s Summer Exhibition

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I was very pleased to hear that ‘Big Rock Mountain’ has been selected for the Gallery at Green + Stone’s Summer Exhibition.

I’m looking forward to seeing the exhibition in Chelsea. It’s on from 25 July–21 August,10 AM–5 PM at 251-253 Fulham Rd., London SW3 6HY.

The gallery is next door to their shop,  which supplies specialist Art Materials & was first established in the Kings Road Chelsea in 1927. Customers included David Hockney, Francis Bacon, Damien Hirst, Lucien Freud, Quentin Blake and Henry Moore (and me – haha)

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A lovely surprise at the Royal Academy Private View – Sold!

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It was a great surprise to go back to the Summer Exhibition with the family a few days ago and to see a red dot by my painting, especially as it was sold before the exhibition had even opened to the public. I was also very pleased to see so many red dots on my neighbours’ paintings – congrats, everyone!

The exhibition runs from 21/6 until 21/8:-  more information about the Summer Exhibition

Varnishing Day at the RA Summer Exhibition

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It was quite special to be able to attend ‘Varnishing Day’ at the Royal Academy recently. Starting with a walk over to St James’ Piccadilly for a ‘Service for Artists’, then back for a reception and a first look at our paintings on the wall. My landscape is in room V11 and the room has been curated beautifully (we all agreed) by Farshid Moussavi RA.

 

Here’s a link to a video of it:-   .a short walk-through room V11 at the Summer Exhibition