Havering artists showcase their work in new exhibition
Havering’s talented artists have been showcasing their work as part of a new exhibition.
The Big Art Submission Havering (BASH) has returned for the third year to the Brentwood Road Gallery based at Frances Bardsley School in Romford from now until Friday September 14.
Denise Hickey, the curator at the gallery said: “I am so pleased because its a great opportunity to showase the work of local artists and everyone involved in the exhibition either lives or works in Havering.”
This year’s exhibition consists of a range of paintings and sculptures by 24 Havering artists.
Among those taking part in the exhibition is Karina de Bourne, 18 who completed her art A-level in June at Frances Bardsley School.
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Karina has submitted a series of latex cups, called used space, which she did for her art coursework.
She said: “Its really good, I am the only person from the school who is taking part in the exhibition so I feel that I am part of a very wide exhibition.
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“Its called used space because it is looking at the inside of cups and the way space is used.”
Denise said: “The exhibition runs every year, but this is the first time I have seen so many artists taking part.
“Hopefully the same artists will enter the exhibition next year and visitors will be able to see some progression with their work.”