As part of their Coronation celebrations, the Cadogan Estate got in touch and asked if some of our landscape painters would like to capture the day on the King’s Road and around Duke of York Square. Painting the Coronation celebrations was an opportunity not to be missed, although the weather could have been better… Painting […]
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Over the weekend of the 29th and 30th of April, Ann Witheridge and Toby Gawler hosted a two-day military themed still life course at the National Army Museum in Chelsea, London. Ann and Toby were given the chance to set up multiple still life set ups using different items in the museums collection including military […]
De Laszlo Scholar Lorna reviews the Barbican’s exhibition on Alice Neel ‘Hot off the Griddle’. On Friday I visited Alice Neel: Hot Off The Griddle at the Barbican Centre, the largest exhibition ofAlice Neel’s work in the UK to date. Born in 1900 in Pennsylvania, Alice Neel spent the majority of her life living and […]
On Tuesday, the 14th of March, we had a special evening painting Easter eggs in the traditional Lemkiv style. This was my first-time painting Easter eggs with wax and dye, as it was for most others. The idea was first suggested by Olga, our Ukrainian student who is studying with us thanks to Studios’ Ukraine Artist Support […]
Our August Artist Residency programme is designed to provide a figurative artist the opportunity to use a large studio space, allowing them to expand their practice and dedicated time to their work. Applications for our August Artist Residency 2023 close 30th April 2023. At the end of last summer, we welcomed Kwesi Awotwi to the studios […]
As part of our artist residency programme at London Fine Art Studios, each August we will offer a one-month artist residency programme to artists inspired by and drawing from the figurative tradition. The residency will give the artist the opportunity to develop new work in a specifically designed studio space. All applications are welcome from artists both within and outside of […]
If you’ve studied at the Studios, you will have noticed our fantastic collection of plaster casts. Lavender Hill Colours has an extensive and constantly expanding collection of plaster casts, which are available for purchase in-store and on their online shop. Each of the plaster casts has an interesting and occasionally mysterious provenance. David’s Eye, Ear, […]
Recently, tutor Mark Chen was featured in Jackson’s Art Blog. The piece, written by Jackson’s Clare McNamara, delves into Mark Chen’s artistic practice, looking primarily at his sketchbooks. Read the feature here: Inside the Sketchbook of Mark Chen The post Mark Chen for Jackson’s Art Blog appeared first on London Fine Art Studios.
This February, London Fine Art Studios are holding an exhibition for tutors and de Laszlo scholars with the Gallery at Green & Stone . Featuring the work of students from London Fine Art Studios past and present, this is an exciting exhibition showcases the drawing and painting skills developed at the Studios. As part of the […]
Ann Witheridge recently wrote an article for Jacksons on the relationship between the Artist and their Materials. You can read it here… The Relationship Between the Artist and Their Materials The post Ann Witheridge for Jacksons appeared first on London Fine Art Studios.