D31 Art Gallery Summer Exhibition Business Networking party
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About the Events
We are very much looking forward to showing you the wonderful new collection of original works on display in our gallery, over some great food, drinks, networking and more. This is a great opportunity to connect with new partners, meet the artists and so much more. Our last exhibition was viewed online by over 65,000 people from all over the world and we believe that this could present a vast amount of potential for your organization.
The brand new summer exhibition features a stunning collection of over 200 original works of art from many local, national and international artists. From digital to oils, from abstracts, figurative to landscape, from illustrations to photographs, there is everything and more in this vast collection of work.
Spanning over 3 floors, the exhibition is a type that has never been seen in Doncaster before.
Upon entering the first exhibition hall, one of the many visitors to the exhibition exclaimed;
“This is probably the biggest gallery in all of Yorkshire, ”.
The summer exhibition which is styled after the Royal Academy of art in London is a bold, vibrant, and exciting exhibition which shows some of the finest artists of the moment. Featuring artists such as Jim Anderson, Rady Priscu, Terry Chipp, Angela Bell, Loraine Wiseman, Katarzyna Szulc, David Williams, Vinnie Sant’Anna, Susan Isaac and several others, the summer exhibition is a lineup of some of the most successful artists of the moment as well as some emerging artists such as Phoebe Craighill with her stunning mixed media work. There is every subject and every colour, every size and every shape. Curated by Chinwe Russell herself, assisted by a staff of artists and volunteers, including, Laura Derrian, Steven Lowry, Janet Wallace and many others, the summer exhibition is a fine example of human collaboration and endeavor. A big asset to the town of Doncaster, the D31 art gallery and their summer exhibition have proven once and for all that art can and should be part of everyday life in the town.