OPEN STUDIOS EXHIBITION – 8/9 OCTOBER AND 15/16 OCTOBER


MERTON ARTS TRAIL, LONDON SW19 AND SW20, OPEN 10.30 AM TO 5.30 PM

Paulina is taking part in this Open Studios event, along with other local artists. She will be opening an exhibition of her own paintings and prints in Poplar Road, Merton Park. Why not bring your children along to see these colourful and representational paintings and prints, many of them already framed?
Please contact her for more details if you need to know to how to get there.

sportsart@hotmail.co.uk

The oil paintings are all those made recently, with a theme of sports-related events. Typical is the painting of Jamaican Beach Volleyball, and the small oil painting entitled ‘Marathon Legs, Emmanuel Mutai’ which is on show at the Bankside Gallery, London South Bank in the LONDON LIVES competition exhibition, until Sunday, 18 September.

GREETINGS CARDS

Paulina will also have some greetings cards for you to look at, from reproductions of her sports paintings.

Some of the paintings you can see are on the main page of this web site, here “https://sportsportraitartist.wordpress.com/”

MERTON ARTISTS

Details of the 80 artists taking part in this Open Studio event, the first to be held in the Borough of Merton, are listed in the catalogue, which we can send you, if you get in touch by email with your address.

This is the web site for Merton Arts Trail  . You can also print off a copy of the Merton map, showing studios that will be open, from this Merton Arts Trail website.

MEET ARTISTS IN THEIR STUDIOS

It is an exciting opportunity to meet artists in their studios, and Paulina is looking forward to your visit. Please note that parking is free in the road at weekends. The nearest station is Morden, on the Northern Line, or Wimbledon on the District line and overhead rail, with links to Waterloo and Clapham Junction. After you have visited Paulina’s studio there are a couple of other open studios within a few minutes walk.

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I came upon this exhibition on Sunday.

The artworks are all the creation of schoolchildren, young people, working with local artists.

Some of the work was really delightful and exciting.  This is a link to the website.

The work is in the Oxo Tower Gallery, on the South Bank of the Thames, between Waterloo Bridge and Blackfriars Bridge.

The various groups of students are based in London, Washington DC, Bangkok, Istanbul, Seoul, Buenos Aires and Derry.

The media is varied, including print, collage, photography, drawing, assemblage, mosaic.  I particularly liked the work of Buenos Aires students.

It is well worth going along to see these pieces, especially if you are going to the Thames Festival during 10 and 11 September.

Unfortunately I cannot go to the Festival as it is the same weekend as I have my open studio as part of Merton Arts Trail.

Don’t forget to come along and see my work at the open studio.