Jane and Mary will both be exhibiting their sculpture in Arundel this month at St Nicholas Church in the London Road. The exhibition starts today and will run until the 28th August. From the 19th, this display of work by Sussex Sculptors coincides with the Arundel Gallery Trail and details of the exhibition can be found in the gallery trail leaflet. If you are planning to do the trail then make sure you have plenty of time to pop in to Venue 21. I hope it goes well for you both and I can’t wait to visit!
We are all starting to think now about our exhibition in December and I have been looking at picture frames. As you know size restrictions are in place for artwork hung on the walls of the Colonnade House Gallery. It’s not a large gallery so it is important that all members have the opportunity to show their work if possible and the only way to do that is to keep the work small!
The Range is always a good place to find cheap frames but if you would like to look elsewhere there is an online supplier – eframe.co.uk – that sell some suitable frames that will stay within the required maximum size. I found a lovely square frame in light wood (or black/grey) that will take a picture 30 x 30cm. When you add the width of the wood frame this still stays within the 35 x 35 cm maximum size. They also sell frames in A4 size (21 x 29.7cm) in a range of natural colours and also a stylish white frame (in bare wood too) 24 x 30cm that includes a mount – all these would also be suitable.
Of course if you create paintings in oils or acrylics on canvas or on board these can be left unframed as long as the edges are clean and tidy – up to the maximum size of 35 x 35 cm. Remember how stunning our Arundel exhibition looked and enjoy the challenge of creating some more little gems!