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ART OPENING: New Artist Fair Framed Exhibition Friday 28th March: 6pm -9pm

New Artist Fair 2014

New Artist Fair Framed Exhibition Candid Art Galleries 3-5 Torrens Street Islington, London EC1V 1NQ
28th-30th March 2014 Saturday 29th March: 12pm – 6pm Sunday 30th March: 12pm – 6pm

In March the New Artist Fair will be returning to Candid Galleries and will be showcasing the best emerging and recently established artists from around the world and UK. New Artist Fair will be exhibiting a wide variety of artists showcasing all types of artwork including photography, landscapes, portraits and abstracts, with both originals and prints at prices ranging from £50- £1,000.

The Framed Exhibition in Torrens Street is Free Entry showing over 50 contemporary artists with 1,000+ original artworks and prints to choose from, displayed over 2 floors in a friendly relaxed environment. We exhibit the highest quality, affordable art to a wide range of buyers and encourage people to invest in art while supporting new talented artists. New Artist Fair Director and artist Leah Michelle has collaborated with award-winning artist Stephanie Ho to create a one of a kind painting that will be raffled this year with all proceeds going to Action for Children.

The last day of the exhibition falls on Mother’s Day: what better gift for Mum than an original piece of art and what better way to spend an hour or two than browsing the art and meeting the artists. Come enjoy the art and welcoming atmosphere.

Also, FAD will be showcasing work from Fred Sorrell and Becky Allen.

Full List of Exhibiting Artists:

Carmen Perdomo, Alce Harfield, Joel Wareing, Sandra Jordan, Adam Hornsby, Alce Harfield, Alexa Aulds, Andreas Vrhovsek, Anjula Crocker, Anna Ravliuc, Anna Wojtczak, Antonia MacTavish, Belinda Pearce, Brett Barker, Brian Hodgson, C. S. Rowan, Carl Hazelden, Carmen Perdomo, Carmen Valerio, Charmaine Batt, Deborah Ann, Elizabeth Williams, Enam Gbewonyo, Gayathri Sathyanath, Greg May, Heather Burwell, Ilarion, James Tunney, Jaqueline Roditi, Jemimah Canegrati, Joel Wareing, Katrina Rose, Kenji Lim, Ketkarn D. Pokin, Leah Michelle, Luciana Sydow, Mandy Briars, Marisa Castle de Joncaire, Mark Tompsett, Nettie Firman, Nicola Keelan – Speedyegg Art Nina Gore, Paul Bursnall, Peter Norris, Rachel Anderson, Ronnie Jiang, Rosslyn Duncan, Sandra Jordan, Shane Wheatcroft, Shannon Chan, Shelley Poddar, Simon Kirk, Simon Slater, Stephanie Ho, Veronica Green Gudmundson.




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