Returning for the 5th Annual Charity Exhibition
St. Barnabas, Mill Road, Cambridge – 20-24th March 2018
For the second time we will be exhibiting in Cambridge after the huge success of the recent Guildhall, Market Square show.
We hope to continue from the success of our previous London, New Zealand, Cambridge and Suffolk exhibitions supporting artists in the most fundamental way and providing them an opportunity to discuss, engage and celebrate new ideas with us and the viewers.
For more information and enquiries on upcoming exhibitions contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The next ‘Studio Floor’ show will be at:
St Barnabas, Mill Road, Cambridge
20-24th March 2018
About the curator – Jessica Oliver
Curator Jessica Oliver is an artist from Suffolk who works from landscape in both paint and marble sculpture. Recently returned from curating her latest New Zealand exhibition, she is currently working on coastal landscape paintings for her first solo show next year.
Having studied classical painting in Florence, pursuing her bachelors in Fine Art Painting at City and Guilds of London Art School, and winning 2015 Future British Artist “One to Watch Prize” at Mall Galleries, London, she is now exhibiting in London and Suffolk regularly and is represented by Byard Gallery, Cambridge.
‘From the Studio Floor’ began with only a handful of artists showing latest works from studios, the aim trying to bring the latest of up-and-coming artwork and artists to a new audience in an informal setting, all for a good cause.
In the last few years growing and gaining a fantastic momentum, we now hope the pop-up-exhibition will continue building on the success of previous exhibitions.
“The charity support the exhibition includes also brings such a wonderful dynamic to the concept and encourages not only the artists to platform new creative ideas, but connect with viewers and the public in an entirely new way. We are so grateful for the amount of support and sponsorship received for these exhibits and hope to keep hosting the shows nationally and internationally.”