Monday, 27 June 2011

Aziralili Exhibition of B/W photographs

Showing now at the ROA Gallery  in Pall Mall London , Aziralili's B/W photographic exhibition

Saturday, 18 June 2011


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Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Aziralili Auctions painting to raise funds for Richard House HOspice

 June 20th  starts 6pm- Auction Event
Aziralili Polish artist exhibiting in the ROA Gallery in Pall Mall will be holding a silent auction of the painting
HOMO. 100% proceeds of the Auction will be donated to the Richard House Children's Hospice in London.


Tuesday, 7 June 2011

WOOLMARK - Wool Modern opens at La Galleria Pall Mall on 7th Sept

What is the Campaign for Wool?

The Campaign for Wool was initiated in October 2008 by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, who had observed that the wool industry was facing enormous and unprecedented challenges.
The price of wool had plummeted to the point where farmers were being paid less for their sheeps’ fleeces than the cost of having them shorn.
At the same time, sheep numbers were declining across the world, from Britain to Australia and New Zealand, and some farmers were losing confidence in the future of the wool industry.
A parallel threat came from new man-made synthetic fibres, often oil-based, which were providing stiff competition in the areas where wool had traditionally triumphed – fashion, carpets and insulation.
The Prince of Wales formed an apocalyptic view of what the future for wool might hold, unless something could be done. Without a thriving wool industry, and with further declines in the sheep population, the physical appearance of our landscape could change forever. Imagine the Cumbrian uplands deprived of sheep, or the Scottish and Welsh mountains, or the sheep stations of Australia and New Zealand. Were we really to enter an era when the wool trade, which has thrived and prospered since the Middle Ages, would be sidelined by man-made fibres?

Royal Opera Arcade Gallery - Louise Giblin opens July 4th to 16th

Louise Giblin
Solo Show July 5th – July 16th 2011
 is a British sculptor who grew up on the Isle of Wight and now lives and works on the East Sussex/Kent border near Tunbridge Wells, UK. She was elected to the Royal British Society of Sculptors as an Associate Member in 2010.
Giblin studied Three-Dimensional Design, Fine Art/Sculpture B.A. and the History and Theory of Modern Art M.A at Portsmouth, Brighton and Chelsea (London Institute) colleges of Art and Design. She was taught by Antony Gormley (creator of ‘Angel of the North’)
Giblin’s sensual and striking sculpture is produced in ceramic then cast in bronze, translucent resin or cold cast metals. Her subject matter is portraiture and the human form, often involving detailed, overlapping, fragmented or abstracted imagery. The sculptor develops ideas from observation sketches, digital imagery and written works.
Giblin’s work has been exhibited in London, New York, Hong Kong, Oxfordshire and across the South of England.

Saturday, 4 June 2011

Rachel Coad - New Work 2011 on ROA Gallery

 The Australian artist Rachel Coad new 2011 show in London opens on June 5th at the ROA Gallery
at the ROA Gallery in Palll Mall. Nearest station is Piccadilly Circus.