Sunday, August 26, 2007

12th Annual Exhibition of the Society of Feline Artists

The Society of Feline Artists annual London Exhibition takes place at the Llewellyn Alexander Gallery on the 3rd September to the 22nd September.

There will be over 300 paintings on show which makes it the largest show of cat art in the UK. Work in oils, acrylics, watercolours, pastels and etchings will all be available for purchase.

All the paintings have been selected by Jillian Llewellyn-Lloyd of the Llewellyn Alexander Gallery from work submitted by both Full and Associate members of the Society.
Both myself and fellow Fine Line artist Katherine Tyrell had all our submitted pieces accepted. You can read Katherine's excellent blog post to find out more.
The three pieces I had accepted are:-

Shades of Grey

Out of Sight

Cat Nap

You can view these and other images that will be included in the exhibition on the gallery's website here.
Back in April I submitted work to be considered for inclusion in the Brochure and Private View Invitation, and am delighted to be able to tell you that Shades of Grey was selected.

The official opening is on the 4th of September and David Grant the celebrity vet will be doing the honours.
If you are in the London area and like Feline Art I can highly recommend a visit to the gallery.

On a completely separate note, we visited the National Museum of Wildlife Art at Jackson Hole, Wyoming whilst on holiday, this will form my blog post for tomorrow.


Making A Mark said...

And as stunning as they look here I can tell you they all look even better in real life!

Gayle Mason said...

Thank you Katherine

Felicity Grace said...

I just came over from Katherine's blog and I'm in awe at your beautiful work! Cat Nap is simply stunning!

janie said...

gorgeous, especially out of sight.

Gayle Mason said...

Thank you Felicity and Janie