Galleries - June 2014

a LA GALLERIA 30 Royal Opera Arcade, Pall Mall Entrance, SW1Y 4UY Derek Hare: Recent Paintings. Jun 16–21. *pr *ad With a wide range of skies and atmospheric moods, this latest exhibition promises followers of Derek Hare’s work even more surprises as well as introducing new viewers to a selection of fascinating and evocative paintings. Mon–Sat 10–6 t 07711 555812 b GOLDEN SQUARE London W1F 9HZ Josie Spencer: Sculpture –‘Archaeology of Our Time’. May 1–Oct 31. *pr Impressive life sized figures in bronze from the recent successful exhibit in Hoxton. c MacDOUGALL’S 30a Charles II Street, SW1Y 4AE Pre-auction exhibition of Russian Art, Works of Art, Fabergé and Icons. *ad May 23, 1-6pm, May 27–Jun 3, 10–6 Auction of Russian Art, Wed Jun 4, 10.30am. Auction of Russian Works of Art, Fabergé and Icons, Wed Jun 4, 3.30pm. t 020 7389 8160 d MALL GALLERIES The Mall (nr Trafalgar Square), SW1 Pastel Society Annual Exhibition. Jun 10–21. A positive challenge to those with pre-conceived ideas about pastels. It is vibrant, adventurous and creative whilst still upholding traditional skills of draughtsmanship. 10–5 (closes 4pm final day) The Art Room: Face Time. Jun 16–21. Major UK artists showing work to support the children’s charity, The Art Room. 10–5 Hesketh Hubbard Art Society Annual Exhibition. Jun 23–28. London’s largest life drawing society showcases the variety of styles and media of figure drawing and portrait studies. 10–5 The SWA 2014 Annual Exhibition. Jun 26–Jul 5. *ad Exciting and ground-breaking exhibits are on show at JUNE 2014 GALLERIES 45 these prestigious galleries in the heart of London. Come and view some of our top international and professional artists and sculptors at this remarkably diverse exhibition. 10–5 (closes 3pm final day) t 07528 477002 t 020 7930 6844 e THE NATIONAL GALLERY Trafalgar Square, WC2N 5DN Veronese: Magnificence in Renaissance Venice. Mar 19–Jun 15. Entrance Room 9, admn charge. Major works by Paolo Veronese –one of the greatest painters of the 16th century –in the first show on the artist to be held in the United Kingdom. Building the Picture: Architecture in Italian Renaissance Painting. Apr 30–Sep 21. Sunley Room, admn free. Discover how architecture was employed to frame figures and construct space in pictures from the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries. Making Colour. Jun 18–Sep 7. Sainsbury Wing, admn charge. Journey through the history of colour –discover the wide range of materials that are used to create colour in paintings and other works of art. Daily 10–6, Fri until 9 t 020 7747 2885 Gallery Information f PANTER & HALL 11–12 Pall Mall, SW1Y 5LU Mark Demsteader: ‘Studies’ –new paintings and drawings by one of the most popular figurative artists working in England today. Jun 4–20. Simon Taylor: ‘In a Suspended State’ –a select collection of new photorealist paintings. Jun 2–6. Andrew Scott George: ‘New Landscapes’ –views of the Mendip Hills of North Somerset, Dorset’s coastline and the hills of Scotland magically captured in egg tempera. Jun 9–13. Peter McLaren: ‘Recent Paintings’. Jun 18–27. ‘Tradition –Modern Figurative Painting in Britain Today’. Jun 25–Jul 11. An exhibition showcasing paintings by Michael Alford, John Martin, Luke Martineau, Richard Pikesley, Susan Ryder, David Sawyer and Robert Wells amongst others. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 11–2 t 020 7399 9999 d WILDLIFE ARTIST OF THE YEAR 2014 at Mall Galleries, SW1A 2BJ The seventh annual wildlife art exhibition and sale. Jun 2–7. *pr Featuring Wildlife Artist of the Year, the David Shepherd Archive Collection and work by special guest artists Barry Sutton, Claire Harkess, Davina Bosanquet, Radka Kirby, Stella Mays and Nichola Theakston. PV Mon Jun 2, 5.30-9pm, call 01483 272323 Public Viewing and Sales: Tue–Sat 10–5 (4pm Sat) Free painting demonstrations: Wed Jun 4, 12-3pm, Hazel Soan. Sat Jun 7, 11-2pm, Jonathan Truss. t 01483 272323 K I N G ST A R S HAL L ST C O CK SP U R S T N O RTH UMBER LA N D A VE . OL D COMP TO N S T B EA K ST R EGEN T J E R MYN ST R E ET CARLTON HSE. TER. H A Y M A R K E T W H I T E HA L L THE MA L L P A L L M A L L B E D F O R D S T FL O R A L S T E T SAI N T M A R T I N ' S LANE S H EL TO N ST B O W G S RD S T ST E ET TREET STREET L EXINGTON S T N D C H A R I N G C R O S S R O A D B REWER ST L O N G A C R E T STR E ET S H A F T E S B U R Y A V E S T R A N D S H A P I C C A DIL L Y V I C T O R I A E M B S T Covent Ga Piccadilly Circus Leicester Square Charing Cross Em e d f a b c MAP 28 LONDON TRAFALGAR SQUARE