Applications Now Open for A Spot on the Wall 2019!.

Applications are now open for Richmond’s most anticipated open art exhibition of 2019!

The Station in Richmond is seeking amateur, emerging and experienced artists to exhibit in this year’s Spot on the Wall.

A Spot on the Wall returns to The Station at a new time of year  and will host a huge variety of amateur and professional artists.

The exhibition runs from Saturday 19th January to Wednesday 20th February 2019, and gives visitors to The Station an ever-changing display of art to enjoy, and purchase, in a wide range of media, from photography and oils, to watercolours, acrylics, ceramics and textiles.

“As The Station is open every day from 9am until late in the evening, this is a great opportunity for both emerging and experienced artists to reach out to a large and varied audience,” explains Gallery Co-ordinator, Thea Treweek.  “As a piece of art is sold from the artist’s spot, they replace it with another.  This is great for the artist, as there are virtually unlimited opportunities for sales, but it is also great for visitors, as the exhibition looks different every time.”

To view the terms and conditions and to apply, please visit www.thestation.co.uk/spot by 5th December 2018

Any queries? Contact Thea Treweek spot@thestation.co.uk

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