Fine Arts College is delighted to announce the opening of alumni, an exhibition of the work of former students now…
Fine Arts College is delighted to announce the opening of alumni, an exhibition of the work of former students now making their way in the world as professional artists. As with our previous exhibition, hardware
, the exhibition will be hung in the College’s new gallery space between Wednesday 3rd May and Friday 9th June, and 25% of all proceeds from sales will go to the NSPCC. Opportunities to view the exhibition must be arranged by appointment. Please call the College on 020 7586 0312, or email email@example.com. Below is a list of all the artists involved:
ANOUSKA CAVE took her degree at Glasgow School of Art after finishing at Fine Arts in 2012. Her work combines numerous disciplines from etching to upholstery. She runs a themed life class with another Fine Arts alumnus.
ANNA CHOUTOVA attained a first at Brighton after leaving Fine Arts in 2011. She now divides her time between painting and curating – her series of “Bad Art” exhibitions attracted much attention. In September she returns to rural Iceland for an art residency.
ROBERT FRY attended Fine Arts in the late 90s. He is represented by the Gallery Kornfeld in Berlin and exhibits his paintings internationally, most recently in a survey of the nude held at Sothebys, London.
JOSH GLUCKSTEIN spent three years at Fine Arts moving on to a painting degree at Brighton in 2010. He has travelled extensively in Asia and this is reflected in his monumental portraiture.
LUKE KENDALL studied at Fine Arts as the twentieth century came to an end; he completed an MFA at Columbia University and is still resident in New York where his practice encompasses numerous media to critique the way we live now.
GIDEON SUMMERFIELD moved from Fine Arts to Cardiff School of Art and Design in 2013 and then to the Royal Drawing School for his postgraduate studies. He has highlighted the plight of refugees in many remarkable projects including ‘Sketch A Day Africa’ consisting of 365 portraits.
ASHLEIGH THOMPSON left Fine Arts in 2013 to study painting at City and Guilds Art School. She is an associate artist at Brocket Gallery. In August she will be collaborating with a composer as part of an art residency.
VIEWING BY APPOINTMENT
3rd May to 9th June
25% of proceeds from sales go to the NSPCC charity