Back in 2017 I was commissioned to produce a sculpture to help to highlight the problem of women dying in childbirth and the results of the WOMAN Trial (World Maternal Antifibrinolytic Trial). The International research study WOMAN shows that a low-cost, drug called tranexamic acid could save the lives of thousands of women a year if given quickly to new mothers who suffer deadly bleeding. Severe bleeding after childbirth, or post-partem haemorrhage, kills around 100,000 new mothers each year (or one woman approximately every 6 minutes).
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Friday 9 February
10.30am - 4.30pm
£75 including materials
I was pleased to hear that yesterday the Prime Minister Theresa May pledged to eradicate all avoidable plastic waste in the UK by 2042. The commitment is part of the government's 25-year plan to improve the natural environment and I hope it is the first step towards a more robust attack on plastic on a governmental level. (Says my optimistic side, as I am tired of all those negative vibes...)
Goodman Fine Art www.goodmanfineart.com will be taking me to The London Art Fair at the Business Design Centre, Islington January 17th -21st
A painting from Orsi Cowell-Lehoczky SWA has been selected to the 2018 Columbia Threadneedle Prize: Figurative Art Today exhibition. She was one of 96 artists who had their work selected from over 4,000 entries viewed by the panel of selectors.
The 2018 winner will be announced on 30 January 2018. Visitors to the London exhibition will also decide the Visitors’ Choice Award, worth £10,000.
The exhibition is open at Mall Galleries between 31 January and 17 February 2018.
Members and non- members of the SWA are invited to submit their best works for the annual open exhibition. Digital Submission for Non members opens on 16 February and closes on 22 June 2018.While hand in for SWA Members takes place on the 28th July 2018.