Patron: HRH Princess Michael of Kent
President: Sue Jelley
Exec. Secretary: Rebecca Cotton
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Art in The City

Sue Jelley PSWA invites you to 'Art in The City' special PV Monday 3 October 6 - 8pm. The stunning backdrop of one of the oldest Guilds in the City is something not to be missed.  As a Freeman and committee member of The Painters' Decorative & Fine Art Society I am proud to be exhibiting some new paintings.  

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WARpaint Exhibition

WARpaint aims to raise funding for charities that support serving veterans and serving personnel who are living with the devastating and life-changing effects of war. Paintings on display are NFS. Through WARpaint they are raising funds for service charities.

Patsy Whiting's still life, "Garage shelf"

Patsy Whiting's still life, "Garage shelf", has been included in the third session of the New Light exhibition (showcasing Northern artists' work) at Panter and Hall. 

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Moira Purver - The Purbeck Art Weeks Festival

Moira will be opening her studio again this year as part of The Purbeck Art Weeks Festival.

Elements by Kate Bentley

An exhibition of recent paintings by Kate Bentley SWA ARBSA. A collection of oils and watercolours focusing on earth elements and nature with emphasis on Kate’s local environment, the southern Lake District. A mix of studio based and en plein air paintings.

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Sue Jelley - 'Partying in Dubai'

Sue Jelley, President of the Society of Women Artists will be exhibiting a selection of her work on behalf of the Worshipful Company of Painter Stainers at the Fine Art Gallery at Guildhall London.  

Orsi Cowell-Lehoczky SWA and Council Member will be exhibiting her latest work at The Fountain Gallery, Hampton Court 7 - 17 December

Edinburgh Art Fair

13th - 15th November

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Rebecca Fontaine-Wolf  

"Rose hammer scissors" has been included in the New Light Exhibition which opens at Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, County Durham, on 16th October and runs there until 7th February 2016.