The Skylark Galleries Summer Exhibition presents affordable art at its best: come and meet the artists at this dynamic and free show at gallery@oxo right on the River Thames from 19th June til 7th July 2019.
This free exhibition will be held in the gallery@oxo, located on the ground floor of the iconic OXO Tower between Tate Modern and the London Eye. Exhibiting artists will be present at the show every day for visitors to talk to and to learn about their inspirations and their processes. As many of the artists also welcome commissions, visitors will be able to discuss how this works in person at this exciting exhibition.
On show will be a wide selection of affordable and contemporary artworks suitable for home or office in a variety of styles and media. All works will be for sale and purchases can be wrapped and taken away or delivered if preferred.
Works available will include original paintings and drawings, artist’s hand-pulled prints -- such as linocuts and screenprints, as well as mixed media, collage, ceramic and sculptural artworks.
Skylark Galleries will donate 5% of all sales from this summer exhibtion to ECHO-UK which supports children and young people with heart conditions, and their families.
In addtion, the Skylark Collective has two permanent galleries nearby: one on the first floor of the Oxo Tower above the gallery@oxo, and the other in Gabriel’s Wharf.
Skylark Galleries Director, Gill Hickman says “There is always something new to discover at Skylark Galleries and with 30 artists we have something for everyone’s taste. Our summer exhibition in gallery@oxo will allow us to show larger artworks than we can usually display. We hope that all visitors to the summer exhibition will also take this opportunity to visit our two permanent galleries nearby and see further works and permanent gallery space year round. For this special exhibition at gallery@oxo we are delighted that our charity partner will be ECHO-UK whose mission is to make a difference to the lives of children with heart conditions and their families.”