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12 AVIATION PAINTINGS OF THE YEAR With over 400 original works of art on display in London’s prestigious Mall Galleries from 122 different artists, the Guild of Aviation Artist’s 48th Open Annual Exhibition will attract art buyers and enthusiasts from across the world. This is the premier event (the largest of its kind in the world) for wholly original works of aviation art, each the result of meticulous observation or careful research of aircraft, events, personalities and historical achievements blended with artistic skills in land, sea and skyscapes. As this year is the centenary year of the RAF, expect to see more iconic representations of both well known and not so well known RAF subjects. All eras of aviation will be represented, from the earliest hot air balloons through to current airliners and combat aircraft from the world’s air forces. This year, the exhibition will be opened by Air Chief Marshal Sir Glenn Torpy GCB CBE DSO ADC BSc (Eng) FRAeS FCGI. Visitors will discover the wide range of techniques and styles in watercolour, oil, pen and ink, pencil, gouache, pastel and acrylic offered by members of the Guild and other artists. Informal demonstrations of aviation painting in oil, watercolour or gouache by senior Guild artists may be seen on a daily basis throughout the exhibition from Tuesday until Saturday. A commentary on exhibits by a senior Guild member will be given on Thursday 20 July at 12 noon and again at 18.00. Prospective purchasers may apply to attend the Buyers’ Preview on Opening Day, which will take place from 10.00 to 12 noon and the Private View in the afternoon between 14.30 and 17.00. The exhibition will take place from 9-15 July, Tuesday to Saturday 10.00 to 17.00, with Thursday until 20.00, and the final Sunday from 10.00 to 12.30. Admission is free. T O’Brian: Per Ardua. T O’Brian: Red White and Blue. M Perman: Back on One. T Jenkins: Happy Birthday. T H I S I S L O N D O N M A G A Z I N E • T H I S I S L O N D O N O N L I N E

Cathryn Shilling: Variegation. DESIGNER CRAFTS AT CHELSEA The Society of Designer Craftsmen is to present its annual exhibition of British Craftsmanship by members at Chelsea College of Art & Design's beautiful Grade ll listed buildings in central London, overlooking Tate Britain and the River Thames. Designer Crafts provides visitors with the chance to view, buy or commission, work from over 90 exhibitors from a range of works including ceramics, furniture, glass, jewellery, metal and textiles, wood and mixed media. In addition to the exhibited pieces, a wide selection of designer craft works will be available to buy and take away from the ‘Shop within the Show’ at prices up to £300. Amongst the exhibitors this year are Hugh Miller, Cathryn Shilling, Jessica Noble and Kuniko Maeda. Hugh Miller: Coffee Cart, Black. Photo: Ester Segarra. Hugh Miller is a furniture designer and craftsman. His experience and time researching in Japan as a Winston Churchill Memorial Fellow informed his design principles which are inspired by Japanese applied arts philosophy. Cathryn Shilling is an internationally renowned glass artist. Her works are made using the roll-up technique, an adaptation of a Venetian method used by glass blowers for centuries. Jessica Noble's fine craftsmanship, innovative design and signature colours combine to create items of jewellery with a playful style and dramatic form. Kuniko Maeda is an MA Graduate of Chelsea College of Art & Design whose organic sculptures have been exhibited across Europe. The Society of Designer Craftsmen, formerly the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society (ACES), was founded in 1887 by Walter Crane with the aim of promoting the high level of craftsmanship of its members through exhibitions. The Society of Designer Craftsmen continues to do so today. William Morris succeeded Crane and was president from 1891-1896. The Society has a membership of eminent craftsmen and designers who have encouraged craftsmanship, skills and education in crafts. One notable example was William R Lethaby, who was the one of the driving forces behind the establishment of Central School of Arts and Crafts in1896, later St Martin's. Jessica Noble: Reflect Necklace. The exhibition will be open daily 10.00 to 17.00 from 12 to 21 July, closing at 16.00 on the final day. Chelsea College of Art is at 16 John Islip Street, SW1P 4JU. Further details at Kuniko Maeda: Rock Dove. 13 T H I S I S L O N D O N M A G A Z I N E • T H I S I S L O N D O N O N L I N E

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