George Weil are pleased to have been able to support the 2017 Yvonne Arnaud Art Exhibition as a patron. The event featured 25 artists including works in oils, acrylics, pastels – and cement! Plus photographs on aluminum, sculptures and ceramics.
The painting “Patti” featured here (right) is by artist David Dragon, and another of his paintings “The Water Carrier” is shown on the bottom left of the wall pictured below. David was previously an album sleeve designer and has worked for Decca and EMI for artists such as UB40, XTC and Oasis.
Other exhibiting artists includedÂ watercolourist Jackie Deveraux, photographer Sue Roche, and sculptorÂ Christine Suzman.
Broadcaster and champion of community arts, Jeff Thomson, attended the Private Viewing.
“Guildford Arts again offers an eclectic range of styles, materials, and concepts from 25 contributors and I joined an informed crowd circulating among works that represent national, regional and local names. This yearâ€™s exhibition continues to astonish and could exceed some earlier shows.”
“I can only echo Nicholas Tromans’ (curator of The Watts Gallery) observation – ‘local does not mean lesser.’ Â How true.”
You can review some of the artists’ work from the Yvonne Arnaud Art Exhibition on the Guildford Arts website.
More about Guildford Arts
“Guildford Arts is a charity dedicated to improving public participation in the rich offerings of art â€“ in all its varieties â€“ that are available in Guildford and beyond.
Through our small grants scheme we seek to support arts initiatives that will enhance that offering â€¦â€¦ and our innovative web site development â€“ ArtsEGG.uk â€“ is contributing directly to the growth of public awareness of arts events.”
If you would like to support Guildford Arts, you can become a member for just Â£10.00 a year. Visit their website to find out more.