Caroline Bays PS 

Biographical Details:

1978 – 1979 Farnham School of Art & Design
1979 – 1982 Epsom School of Art & Design 1979-1982
2004 – 2006 Roehampton University

Permanent Collections:

The Brunel University Collection.

Exhibitions:
Group Exhibitions:

2016 Pastel Society Annual Exhibition.

2016 The Royal Soicety of Portrait Painters.

2016 The Brian Sinfield Gallery, Burford, Oxon.

2014-15 Brian Sinfield Gallery, Burford, Oxon.
1998/99/02/03/05-07/10-14 The Royal Society of Portrait Painters, Mall Galleries, London.
1997/99/01-03/06-14 The Pastel Society, Mall Galleries, London.
2013-14 Quest Gallery, Bath, Wiltshire.
2013 Biennale-Vire, Normandy, France. (Guest Artist)
2013 Lynn Painter- Stainers Prize, Mall Galleries.
2012-15 Royall Fine Art, Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
2012-15 The Russell Gallery, Putney, London.
2011 Ruth Borchard Self-Portrait Competition, Kings Place Gallery, London.
2011 Beldam Gallery, Brunel University, Uxbridge.
2009/10 John Adams Fine Art, Ebury Galleries, London.
2005 The Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, London
2004-06 The Anderson Gallery, Burford, Oxon.
2004-06 Alan Klukow Fine Art, Sunningdale, Berkshire.
2001-03 The Fosse Gallery, Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire.
2002-04 The Cedar House Gallery, Ripley, Surrey.
2002 The Hunting Prize, Royal College of Art, London.
2001/2002 The Affordable Art fair, Battersea, London.
2000-03 The Bourne Gallery, Reigate, Surrey.
2000 The Garrick Milne Prize, Christies, London.
1999/2000 Waterman Fine Art, St. James’s, London.
1999/2000 Century Gallery, Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire.
1998/99/2005/08 The New English Art Club, Mall Galleries, London.

Solo Exhibitions:

The Robert Phillips Gallery, Riverhouse, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey.
Paintings & Drawings 2012, 2007, 2004, 2002.

Artist's Statement:

The drawings that I exhibit at the Pastel Society are mainly portraits and nudes in either charcoal or chalk pastels. They are the result of intense observation with attention to detail and meticulous mark making.
I endeavour to show a sense of humanity to my portraits and nudes whether it is a sense of peace and calm or an underlying tension; and I hope this is portrayed in the work. I like the impact of charcoal on white paper which has a timeless quality. However, when I do use colour I enjoy showing the subtleties of skin colouring with a fairly limited palette.

Method of Working:

I always work from the model when drawing and enjoy the linear qualities of charcoal, particularly charcoal pencil which is good for detail,
I also like the texture of Fabriano paper which helps to emphasise my line. When I work in pastel it is with a limited palette, making use of the tone of the paper.

 

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Featured Artist

Jaana Fowler
IMG 1980 sized featured
' Evening Still Life '
by Jaana Fowler

 

Jaana Fowler PS 

Biographical Details:

1973 Came to London from Helsinki
1979 BA Fine Art (Sculpture) St Martins School of Art
1982-2013: Freelance assistant to Sir Anthony Caro
1996-99 Leading Visual Literacy workshops, Royal Holloway College

Societies:

The Pastel Society

Exhibitions:

2015-2016
group shows: Society of Women Artists, Charlie Smith Anthology, Royal West Academy Bristol
2014-2015
group shows: Pastel Society Open, Royal West Academy Open, Discerning Eye
2013-2014
two artists: Peggy Jay Gallery at Burgh House Hampstead
2012-2013
group shows: Open West Exhibition at Newark Park (NT) and Wilson Gallery Cheltenham, Threadneedle Prize
2011-2012
group shows: Royal Academy Summer Show, Threadneedle Prize Exhibition Mall Galleries
2010-2011
solo show: Artist of the Day at Flowers Cork Street
2009-2010
group shows: Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Artspace at Barn Galleries, Ludlow Summer Show, three artists: Kingsgate Gallery
2008-2009
group shows: Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Ludlow Summer Show
2007-2008
two artists: Koukan gallery London N10, group shows: Battersea Art Fair, Artspace at Barn Galleries

Go to www.jaanafowler.co.uk  to view full CV and exhibitions 

Details of the following images are shown on the banner:

' Lemon and Grapes '
' Red Stripe '
' Blue Rubber ;

     


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