Award winning classical portrature by commission

Exhibitions

 

Forthcoming Exhibitions

 

The Artists of the Worlington Movement Exhibition 2016 will run from 13th - 19th May 2016 at The Edmund Gallery, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.  More details to follow.

 

Art in the City 2016

Runs from 5th - 7th October 2016

 

 

Past Exhibitions

 

The Artists of the Worlington Movement Exhibition 2015

This exhibition features the work of the Worlington Movement artists and will run from Friday 15th May 2015 to Thursday the 21st May 2015 at the Edmund Gallery in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. The exhibition is featured in the Suffolk Tourist Guide.

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Painters' Fine Art Society Exhibition "Art in the City" 2014

The next exhibition I will be showing at will be Art in the City 2014  held at Painters Hall, 9 Little Trinity Lane, London EC4V 2AD, home of The Worshipful Company of Painter-Stainers.  13th to 15th October 2014.

 

'Evelyn' - A word from the artistThe-Louvre

This painting was on show in The Louvre at the International Breast Cancer Conference 2009, on 31st January - 2nd February, and held up well against its fellow paintings by Raphael, Rubens and Rembrandt, which portrayed images of breast cancer through the centuries.

We both felt so privileged to be a part of this Symposium, and I was fascinated listening to the speakers and all they had to say.  We both learned so much about the whole subject and the great steps forward that have been made in research and development of cancer drugs and surgery, as well as the history.  This is particularly good for me, as often I get asked a bit about these things. People assume I know a lot more about the subject than I do, simply because of the painting!

Since the painting has received so much publicity, it seems Evelyn herself has become an icon in the movement against breast cancer, something she could never have imagined happening when we first set out to create this painting. The faculty organising the conference said the painting served as a reminder to all 1000 oncologists present, from 61 countries around the world, that it is the patients that are the reason why anyone should ever "do" breast oncology; the most important part of the whole equation.

Many attendees came to stand next to the painting to have their picture taken, and Evelyn and I were assured that its presence and ours were inspirational to the conference. Evelyn has undoubtedly become the positive image of breast cancer treatment in the 20th/21st century.

Heath Rosselli