It’s the final week to see the RBSA Anniversary and RBSA Friends exhibitions, and three new solo exhibitions open.
Last chance to see
The RBSA Anniversary and RBSA Friends exhibitions will be online until 5 September, and the RBSA Anniversary Exhibition is also on display in the RBSA Gallery. ⠀ By artists from the Midlands and beyond, most artwork is available to buy and sales support the RBSA and artists. ⠀ Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0121 236 4353 to make an inquiry. We accept payment over the phone and in person and can arrange delivery.
Hung out to dry, Kathryn Sawbridge NWA
New Solo Exhibitions
1 September Ground Floor Gallery
Three new solo exhibitions open at the RBSA Gallery.
Peter Shread’s work celebrates the local environment by revealing the topographical aspects of a landscape.
Janette Summerfield’s work draws on her interest in colour and texture.
Jo Naden’s 2019 experience at Lijiang Studies, China, inspired her to focus on the rhododendron for this collection of work.
Peter Shread RBSA
Steve Evans: Spatial Musings
15 – 26 September Gallery 1
With a background in engineering, Steve Evans is driven by drawing and constructing space.
This exhibition brings together a collection of two and three dimensional works which play with perspective, colour and geometry.
Blueprint 1, Steve Evans RBSA
Art Circle Exhibition 2020
15 – 26 September Gallery 2
‘Boundaries’ is the theme for this year’s Birmingham Art Circle exhibition. When this subject was chosen, the artists were unaware of the new boundaries they were about to face.
The Birmingham Art Circle covers all disciplines: painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, textiles and mixed media.
The long wait, Keith Turley RBSA
The Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (RBSA) is an artist-led charity which supports artists and promotes engagement with the visual arts through a range of exhibitions, events and workshops.
The RBSA runs an exhibition venue, the RBSA Gallery, in Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter, a short walk from the city centre.
The gallery is open from 10.30am – 5pm on Tuesday – Saturday. Admission is free.
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