Anna Gillespie's two bronze sculptures Homage and To The Limit are exhibited in Chris Beardshaw's Gold award winning Arthritis Research UK Garden at the 100th RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Homage is sited in the Veiled Garden and To The Limit is displayed centrally in the Lucid Garden.
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Kensington & Chelsea Magazine, May 2013 - issue 015
The Arthritis Research UK Garden Guide, PDF
Elisabeth Frink's exhibition at the Beaux Arts in Cork Street receives much critical acclaim. Coinciding with release of the handsome catalogue raisonné, published by Lund Humphries and edited by Annette Ratuszniak, it reproduces all of Frink's 402 sculptures and includes a short story by Michael Morpurgo.
Read the recent Telegraph article written by Andrew Lambirth celebrating the work of Elisabeth Frink here.
Sarah Gillespie's Drypoint engraving 'Peppered Moths' (above) has been chosen as one of the 125 works in this year's Threadneedle Prize which runs at the Mall Galleries from 26 September to 13 October. Following the Threadneedle prize Sarah is showing alongside her sister, sculptor Anna Gillespie, at Beaux Arts, between 15 October and 6 November.
Nick Mackman has won second prize in the Wildlife artist of the year award. She is photographed below with David Shepherd, and with her award winning wild dogs.....
Nathan Ford's painting 'Joachim' will appear in the 2012 BP prize to be held in the National Portrait gallery in London from 21 June to 23 September. Click here for details on the exhibition.
Nathan's painting of 'Alpha' will also be exhibited at the Royal Society of Portrait painters at the Mall Galleries from 3 May to 17 May. Check here for details on the exhibition.
Nathan's portrait 'Abi II' collected the second highest total votes for best painting in last year's 'People's Vote' at the BP portrait prize exhibition.
Writing about the BP show, amid the 'hooey phooey and bilge'
according to the Evening Standard's Brian Sewell,
Click here to read Brian Sewell's complete article for the London Evening Standard.
Click here to read Rachel Campbell Johnson's review of the same show for The Times.
The Irish Arts Review article on the Queen's visit is here.
There is also an article in the Summer 2009 edition of the Irish Arts Review which looks at Anthony's constant reference to Irish myth and legend. Click here to read.
The article metamorphosis in the interior design magazine 'Forma' is included here.
Click here to read the Guardian article.
Click here to read the London SE1 article.
to read the This Is Local - London article.
AKASH BHATT won the Penguin Prize in the Sunday Times Watercolour Competition.
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Click on the thumbnail below to see Akash Bhatt's page in the exhibition catalogue.
Click here to read the Arts Hub article about the competition.