15th – 28th May 2023
Hansard Studio,10 Hansard Mews, London W14 8BJ
We are delighted to announce our Anniversary 10 x 10 exhibition, curated by ArtCan artists Day Bowman and Sandy Layton.
ArtCan is celebrating its tenth anniversary in 2023 and artist members were asked to submit work on the theme of Anniversary.
ArtCan is a not-for-profit organisation which over the past ten years has offered up numerous opportunities and support for artists to exhibit and engage with audiences in the UK and internationally. This exhibition celebrates the occasion with 2D artworks measuring no more than 10 inches on the longest side, and with 3D work no more than 10 inches in any direction.
Artworks in this collection include an awesome selection of 2D, 3D, in painting, photography, printmaking, collage, glass and ceramics.
A Private View of the Anniversary 10 x 10 exhibition will take place on Tuesday 16th May, 18:00 BST. Free tickets are available via the ArtCan Eventbrite page.
Adele Cloony, Alaa Shasheet, Alison Berrett, Am&lie – Hands’ Wisdom, Anjali B Purkayastha, Anna Walsh, Ben Snowden, Caroline Banks, Caroline Lowe, Cat Coulter, Cathy Green, Christina Reading, Claire Cansick, Claire Chandler, Corn Shuk Mei Ho, Dawn Thornhill, Debbie Tearle, Desa Philippi, Donna Loiola, Emma Davis, Emma Price, Fran Fell, Gabor Gyorfi, Hannah Pratt, Harinder Sahota, Henrietta MacPhee, Hilary Rosen, Jan Lee Johnson, Jane Spence, Jess de Zilva, Jessica Dunn, Jo Angell, Judith Burrows, Julia Weston, Kate Marsden, Katya Kvasova,Kerry Zacharia, Kira Phoenix K’inan, Liliana Dobbs, Liz Whiteman Smith, Louise Dale Chalmers, Marc Bodie, Marcia Harding, Marie Connery, Maz Weineck, Miranda Lopatkin, Qin Yue, Rebecca Tucker, Réka Ritt Laklia, Rosemary Burn, Sal Jones, Sally McKay, Sandra Camargo, Sarah Pooley, Sarah Rawlins, Stathis Dimitriadis, Susan Clare, Susannah Weiland, Svetlana Atlavina, Sylvia Bahri, Teresa Schippel Hales, THE DnA FACTORY [MRSS], Tracey Elizabeth Downing, Wendy Brooke-Smith, Zuzana Krskova.
NOTES TO EDITORS
For further information please contact:
Kate Enters, Founder and Director – email@example.com
ArtCan is an artist-led, non-profit arts organisation with members across Britain and internationally. ArtCan’s work is supported by the efforts of artist-member volunteers and contributions from Founder Friends and Friends of ArtCan. ArtCan works with galleries, but also seeks new spaces where art becomes a part of everyday life and with the aim of involving audiences in an organic and personal way.
ArtCan’s artist-centred ethos means that the model does not involve charging membership fees or commissions on sales, to help artists focus on developing a sustainable practice.
About the Curators
In the past few years Day Bowman’s work has gained first prize in the Anima Mundi International Painting Prize and was exhibited at the Venice Biennnale 2019; this was quickly followed by being awarded first prize in the Bath Open Art Prize 2019 and first prize for the inaugural Wales Contemporary 2019. Most recently, Day was awarded the Winsor and Newton Prize 2020 by the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours and her work shortlisted for the 2020 Holly Bush Painting Prize and the 2022 Jackson Painting Prize.
Sandy Layton is a sculptor working principally in clay. As well as her own art practice, which builds on post-Modern influences, she has had experience as a curator of exhibitions of artworks in a variety of media. Having retired early from a career as a psychotherapist, which gave her a particular interest in the role of the unconscious in art, she turned first to working as a ceramicist before pursuing further studies. She obtained an MA in Fine Art at Kingston and then an MA in Ceramics at the Royal College of Art. She is currently part of the Turps Mass sculpture programme with an enthusiastic group of sculptors.
About Hansard Studio
Hansard Studio is a new and exciting gallery space in West London offering great opportunities for individuals and art groups who are interested in furthering their career or making a statement beyond the ordinary. It offers a flexible working space for exhibitions, projects and events.