Arundel Contemporary

It’s always good when you find a gallery that you love, even better when they choose to show your work.

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Arundel Contemporary gallery a touchstone for contemporary art, is situated in a Grade 2 Listed building and the serene interior serves as a backdrop to an eclectic mix of original artworks from some established artists. 

Arundel Contemporary
Arundel Contemporary Sue Munson

A few weeks ago I popped in to see gallery owner Maya to show some work, she chose a piece titled ‘Deficit’ from my minimal series of work that was also selected for The RA Summer Exhibition. She also chose a more vibrant abstract piece ‘Night Jig’ and the subdued 'Love Letters',  all are available to buy from Arundel Contemporary.

love letters

love letters

deficit

deficit

This Autumn take a look, not far from London, Arundel is a great place to visit…

Contact and find Arundel Contemporary here

Flux Exhibition 2017

The Cook House Gallery, Chelsea

12th-16th July 2017

Flux Exhibition
Flux Exhibition

I am very excited about this exhibition, I love the unconventional approach and the electric atmosphere of this three day event. Hosted by Chelsea College of Arts and curated by founder Lisa Gray, Flux is a unique and exciting experience for both artists and art lovers. 

This year I shall be exhibiting two minimal paintings, this one is called NOGO. A great opportunity to buy a unique minimal painting favoured by The a Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2014, 2015 and 2017.

Nogo

Nogo

'Spirit' at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2017

A Hat Trick, Third Time Selected for the Royal Academy 

For almost 250 years the Royal Academy Arts has held the annual Summer Exhibition, with over 1,200 artworks it is the largest submission exhibition in the world.

Artworks  are selected from thousands and this year artists include Julian Schnabel, Sean Sully, Gilbert and George and Rosemarie Trockel. So I am humbled yet elated that for the third time my work has been accepted. The judges and the curators are at the top of their game so I feel immensely honoured.

The name of the chosen work is called ‘SPIRIT’ and is part of my minimal collection of work. Contemplative and sculptural, this body of work represents flight, & freedom yet containment.

For 8 days only The Royal Academy Exhibition runs from the 13th June – 20th August, all artworks are for sale.