The Annual Exhibition of the RWS is at the Bankside Gallery this month, and it provides a wonderful opportunity to view a wide spectrum of works that are sure to challenge your opinions on the medium.
June Berry – Commotion in the Wood
The featured artist at this exhibit is Salliann Putman, whose work might be described as vaguely expressionistic, and all though I found her section less than inspiring, it was a minor loss at most for the excellent collection.
Sheila Findlay – Poppies in a White Jug
Hopefully we'll be seeing more of the work from the really outstanding artists featured in this exhibition. I highly recommend that viewers pay special attention to the works by June Berry and Michael Chaplin, two of the most fascinating artists displayed.
This is a selling exhibition, and framed works can be purchased for prices ranging from £200 to £5,000.
The Annual Exhibition of the Royal Watercolour Society is at Bankside Gallery until Sunday 3 April; admission free.
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