M1 Fine Art is delighted to present ‘In Harmony’, a collection of bold and refreshing works by the reputable Royal Society of British Artists. ‘In Harmony’ features talent from elected RBA members, celebrating a symphony of creation in a multitude of mediums. This mixed exhibition brings together the joy of creating art and the reuniting of RBA artists, now free to exhibit collectively after an unexpected break.
With present themes of colour and light, the Royal Society of British Artists showcase art at its best. A dark and challenging year inspired the world to turn to creativity, to light. In a time devoid of life, the artworks selected for this mixed exhibition honour fundamental human experience, the beauty of the banal and the marks of masters - together in harmony.
The UK’s top sculptors, painters, drawers and printmakers return to M1 Fine Art in an annual exhibition that will carry us forward. The array of innovative and high-quality works will be on display from 12th to 28th November 2021 and will suit all varied tastes and pockets.
Featured Artists:Annie BoisseauAnthony YatesAustin ColeBrian GeorgeCarole GriffinCheryl CulverDavid SawyerDavid SprakesGuy PortelliJacqueline TaberJeremy GaltonJill LemanJon PrykeLewis Hazelwood-HornerMartin LemanMeg DuttonMelissa Scott-MillerMichael HarrisonNick TidnamNick VerrallPeter NewsomeRobert WellsSusie PerringTerry WattsVicky OldfieldWill Taylor
MEET THE RBA
Standing at almost 200 years old, the institution was formed on 21st May 1823 by a group of painters at Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London. Their sentiment, to support fellow creative societies rather than to rival them, in order to help keep the country at the forefront of artistic development.
Since its foundation, the Royal Society of British artists has been a magnet for some of Britain’s most celebrated artists; including the likes of Walter Sickert, Philip de László, LS Lowry, Henry Moore, Peter Greenham, Sir Roger de Grey, Carel Weight and Colin Hayes.
Today the society boasts just over 100 of the UK’s most in-demand painters, sculptors and printmakers, all possessing the highest levels of skill and competence in their chosen fields. The encouragement of artists, regardless of their age, is one of the primary aims of the RBA and so spends considerable time in search of and supporting a new generation of artists with scholarships and educational programmes.
BROWSE THE COLLECTION
12 - 28 November 2021
20 Nelson Road
London, SE10 9JB
Gallery Opening Hours:
Weekdays & Weekends: 10am – 6pm
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