‘London, Venice, Coast & Country’

Solo Exhibition

14-18th May  9am-6pm

@‘The Studio’ 73 Glebe Place, Chelsea, London SW3 5JB

 

‘I am thrilled to be holding my first solo show in Chelsea, London. I have over 60 recent paintings with some large oils of Venice and London and small plein air paintings. Subjects include The Thames featuring Albert Bridge, Chelsea & Battersea areas. Snow scenes and the English countryside, harbours and coastline. The work reflects my love of light and colour. People say I am a contemporary impressionist and my work brings a sense of joy.

The paintings will be in a bespoke handmade frames. I have sourced the best framer, in my opinion. ‘The Artistic Framing co.’ in Waterlooville with over 40 years experience, they will compliment my work and in homes to come.

I hope you will save the date and it would be fantastic to see you there!’

 

Private View 14th May 6pm to late

The Private View is becoming quite an event with welcoming champagne and homemade canapés a painting catalogue and wonderful paintings to view. Don’t miss an opportunity to acquire an original oil painting in the beginning of this compelling exhibition.

For an invitation please contact clare: clare@clarebowen.co.uk

 

Party Night – Thursday 16th May 6pm- late

A bonus night where champagne and canapés will be there to greet you again! A chance to see Clare’s collection 6pm till late.

 

Free prize draw

Everyone who comes to the exhibition will be able to sign up for a free prize draw of one of Clare’s original oil paintings. In return for a contact email address.

 

Getting there & map

Nearest tube stations: Sloane Square & Kensington High Street

Overground: Clapham Junction

Bus numbers: 19

7 min walk from Chelsea Embankment, Albert Bridge.

It just off Kings Road and 3 minutes walk from Chelsea Town Hall. With many bars and cafes near by – I can recommend Gails Bakery just one street up.

‘The Studio’, 73 Glebe Place, Chelsea, London, SW3 5JB

History of Glebe Place

The Chelsea location is fitting venue for Clare’s exhibition as artists have lived in Glebe Place for over a 100 years. To name a few – Walter Sickert and Alfred Munnings and more recently Frances Bacon have all lived in Glebe Place. 

No. 73 is an old artists studio converted in a beautiful galley space. The gallery has a stylish homely feel with Victorian features, a fireplace and high ceilings. It suits Clare’s work perfectly