Members of The Royal Institute of Oil Painters are staging another exciting exhibition of works at the M1 Fine Art gallery in Greenwich throughout September.
About The Exhibition
We all have a favourite subject, whether it be sport, a particular pastime, family or even a lover. It’s not always easy to ascertain someone’s passion in life but when it comes to artists, we’re granted a glimpse into their psyche through the work they produce and display.
Determining what drives an artist however may not be as easy as one might first believe. A painting of Paris’ Champs Élysées may indicate a love of the French capital, but on further consideration, it could equally be argued that the study of architecture, interpersonal relationships, fashion or even travel constitutes the artist’s raison d’être.
Running throughout the entire month of September this year, ‘My Favourite Subject’ will see members of the most highly regarded institute relating to oil painting (The ROI) present physical representations of their favourite subjects, each in their own trademark styles. Learn about what drives these industry leaders and explore the differing ways they each express themselves through the paintings they produce.
Enjoy guessing what each artist’s favourite subject is, but remember, things may not always be as clear cut as you first think…
The exhibition runs from September 1st to October 1st 2017 at M1 Fine Art, 20 Nelson Road, Greenwich Town Centre, London SE10 9JB. Gallery opening hours are Mon-Fri 10am-6pm Sat & Sun 9am-7pm. There is also an online exhibition booklet available to view.
Linked with the exhibition, a series of related river cruises will take place as part of the Totally Thames Festival this year:
VIP Champagne Launch (Friday September 1st 6-9pm)
Join the ROI artists in the gallery for this exclusive, private event to launch the exhibition and enjoy chatting with them about their work Click here to RSVP.
An audience with Ian Cryer (September 13th, 19th, 26th)
This series of Thames river cruises will see President of The Royal Institute of Oil Painters (the ROI), Ian Cryer, host evenings of fine wine, canapés and a hand-picked selection of works from the gallery exhibition. Please note this is a paid-for event and further details can be found by clicking here.
The gallery location can be seen in the map below: