Diversity Fine Art Exhibition presented by Core Collective, Moseley Exchange, Sep / Oct 2017

Diversity Art Exhibition presented by Core Collective, Moseley, Birmingham Sep/Nov 2017

 

Returning visit to Moseley Village the Core Collective Autumn Art Exhibition Diversity held at Moseley Exchange with a new selection of eight artists showing new art to the public, yet again the standards were high. The entrance & main walls were full of art a great display from Emma Sibbing & Carolina Arbuthnot bright colourful landscapes, along with Maria Smith portraits.  Plus, wonderful display of cityscapes with Karen Cross love of architecture her photos must be viewed.

Alison Jackson designer dolls each unique
WOW what a display of wonderful handcrafted with love by Alison, I am a big fan of her work.

Big surprise visitors to our show would have been the handmade designer dolls hand crafted and every stitch done by hand with the care and attention by Alison Jackson.

Our artists yet again donated some marvellous artwork to our charity opening night, the raffle winners went off smiling so if you fancy your chances of fine artwork to take home with you why not pop along to our next show.

Charity night at Moseley Exchange
Disability Resource Centre our chosen charity Core Collective Fine

With a guest speaker from DRC opening the night along with our fundraising for the charity what a shocking stormy night it was it was a wonder anybody came out in the evening for the night’s entertainment.

The night went well the band, Here There Be Dragons were much admired for their live music collection of rock, classic music and a few of their own songs.  The night finished off next door at the Dark Horse.

Wild Horses, Acrylic painting on canvas Dark Horse pub, Moseley
The night ended with celebration drink with our guests next door at the poplar bar Dark Horse

Our timing for the show also fell alongside Moseley & Kings Heath Open Studio weekends it was fortunate that we were able to promote our exhibition alongside these weekends. We were on the MAP!

Meeting Dan LLywelyn Hall on 02-11-2017

Fine Arts Exhibition “Hidden Talents” presented by Arches Project, Digbeth, Birmingham

Nov 2017

“Show me your Birmingham” presented by Anchor Gallery. Oct 2017

 

Prince of Wales Pub, Moseley, painting
U Got the Look, acrylic on box frame. 50 x 50 cm Prince of Wales Pub, Moseley.

Great reviews from the public who came along and brought art from us.

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