London Pop Up Art Fair – June

The Sunny Art Prize Competition and Exhibition Three times a year, Sunny Art Centre hosts a fleeting pop up art fair, to celebrate the latest innovations in the London art scene. This fair is intended to be a launch pad for the very best emerging and established artists from across the world. For instance, our most …

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A Dialogue Through Centuries – Traditional Chinese Watermark Woodcut Prints since AD 868.

Exhibition: 1st – 21st February 2017
Opening Reception: 1st February 2017,  6 – 9pm
Curator: Jin Songmin

The earliest form of printmaking is the woodcut watermark duplicated print. The world’s first existing print is in the Diamond Sutra, made in the 9th year of Xiantong Period of the Tang Dynasty (AD 868), which is now in the British Library, London… Professor Lu Ping from the Central Academy of Fine Arts authorised the repair and copy of the original version…

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Fragment of Reality – Dale Pring MacSweeney

Dale Pring MacSweeney Dale Pring MacSweeney, an exuberant force of nature,  was born into an art loving household in London. Her very early talent for painting was fostered and encouraged, particularly by John Mapp, at the Kingston School of Art, whom she regards as her first mentor. She went on to study at Wimbledon and …

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Figure and Form – Group Sculpture Exhibition

Sunny Art Centre is pleased to announce ‘Figure and Form’, a group exhibition of six sculptors bringing you a selection of artwork from UK based professionals, each individually displaying the power of sculptural form. In particular, the emphasis is placed on a critical revaluation of the ideas on both the human body and the human …

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Reminiscence – Revisiting the British Landscape

The Paintings of Rodney Bastable will be on show at the Sunny Arts Centre, featuring his relationship with the natural forms of the British landscape. He has taken inspiration from artists such as Cezanne and Matisse who looked to their homes under the wonderful Mediterranean skies.  In regard to ‘Modern Painters’ (1843) by John Ruskin, which was written in defence of the Romantic …

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Overtures: Representing Art from Near and Far

Sunny Art Centre is pleased to announce Overtures: Representing Art from Near and Far, a group exhibition which will inaugurate our new space in Chancery Lane, London. The exhibition will include works by international artists showcasing  an “orchestra” of skills, techniques and mediums.

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