BANNER Exhibition Continues
     

The Chelsea Art Society Open Art Exhibition 2015

      
18 - 22 June 2015
 
The Society's annual Open Art Exhibition in Chelsea is firmly established in the early summer, in its home at Chelsea Old Town Hall, where it has been for more than ten years. Between 500 and 600 paintings and sculptures are shown - selected from more than twice that number, attracting not just established artists but younger ones producing more innovative work.

The majority may be professional artists but as 
an open exhibition, there are also works of above average quality by many non-professionals. The huge variety and the high standard of work is reflected in the number of buyers and its prominent position in the 
Kings Road attracts visitors from all over the world.

 


2015 Chelsea Art Society Catalogue

Paintings 2015
List of Painters 2015

Sculptures 2015
List of Sculptors 2015

Prints 2015
List of Print Makers 2015




The full schedule for the 2015 exhibition is:

Monday

June 15

Handing in

8.30am - 3pm

Tuesday

June 16

Cataloguing and Hanging

 

Wednesday

June 17

Wedlake Bell Private Party - Strictly by invitation only

6pm - 8.30pm

Thursday

June 18

Open to public

10am - 6pm

 

 

Private View and Opening of Exhibition

6pm - 8.30pm

Friday

June 19

Open to public

10am - 7pm

Saturday

June 20

Open to public

10am - 7pm

 

 

Children’s art session and competition

10am - 12.30pm

 

 

Abel Kesteven monotype demonstration and workshop

3.30pm

Sunday

June 21

Open to public

10am - 5pm

Monday

June 22

Open to Public

10am - 2pm

Monday

June 22

Handing out

3pm - 7pm




Judging and hanging  starts on Monday the 15th; this finishes the next day, when the catalogue is also compiled; the catalogue is printed overnight ready for the opening on the 17th. On the night of Tuesday the 16th, you will be able find out if your work(s) have been accepted and if so which ones. You will need to go to this website.

 

The Society's exhibition is one of the few open exhibtions in the world which opens, with a full catalogue, little more than two days after the works are handed in.

 

See details of the 2014 Exhibition