Jean NobleJean Noble's first Exhibition of the year starts next week! She Looks forward to seeing some of you at one of the events.


Goodman Fine Art will be taking me to The London Art Fair at the Business Design Centre, Islington January 17th -21st


Orsi Cowell Lehoczky Juggling Queen 51x40 mixedoncanvas 2016A 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.

Orsi Cowell Lehoczky J ClassSWA Member Orsi Cowell-Lehoczky is exhibiting at the Stables Gallery’s upcoming show, titled: ‘Water Water Everywhere!’ between 25 Jan and 8 April 2018.
Private View is on Thursday, 25th January, from 18.00, everyone is welcome.
Address is the Stables Gallery @ Orleans House Gallery
Riverside, Twickenham, TW1 3DJ - Map
Open Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm, including bank holidays.

Arina Gordienko SWA is curating and exciting and inspiring charity exhibition, where 100% proceeds from art works sale go towards children with life-threatening illnesses.

Opening of this exhibition is tomorrow, 1st of December in the very heart of London, 37 Kensington High Street, London, W8 5ED, at the ROSSOTRUDNICHESTVO / RUSSIA HOUSE IN UK at 7 pm.

Christmas Open Weekend 2017
2nd - 3rd December 2017 
10am until 4pm
The French Collection Studio Gallery
Studio 11, Project Workshops
Lains Farm, Quarley
Hants, SP11 8PX
Tel :- 07868 71 29 71

 ’A Portrait of Little Gull’ can be seen in the 165th Annual Autumn Open exhibition at the RWA in Bristol.
I’m delighted to say that this painting was sold to one of the RWA patrons at the VIP Preview.
The exhibition continues until Sunday 3rd December.



Clematis leaves and tools

Did you know the GreatArt store used to be one of the UK’s largest stained & decorative glass studios? 41-49 Kingsland Road was once the home of Goddard & Gibbs, founded in 1868, who carried out prestigious glass work for commissions all over the UK and internationally.
GreatArt are very pleased to be hosting work from 7 Goddard & Gibbs artists, and will also be celebrating the history of our building and the many works created within its walls by their skilled artists.