Our big news is that Vanessa Clewes Salmon Modern & Contemporary Art is once again staging an Art for Art’s Sake Show (1-6 December at Art Galleries Europe, 18 Maddox Street, London W1S 1PL). As the first one was a great success and fun, we thought we’d organise another one
We’re very excited about our new exhibition in the heart of London this Christmas; this time it’s in the beautiful and elegant shop of Shapero Rare Books (32 St George Street, London W1S 2EA). We’ve joined forces with Bernard Shapero from 5-20 December to offer The Winter Show, an eclectic and interesting mix spanning antiquarian books, prints and modern and contemporary art.
We're thrilled to have found the archetypal ‘feel good’ picture by Fred Yates. A French Country Garden is an explosion of colour and vitality, it has never been on the market before and it is even double-sided, so you get two pictures for the price of one!
Vanessa Clewes Salmon Modern & Contemporary Art is rejuvenated and revitalised! We have emerged from hibernation and we hope you like our new website.
Following our very successful foray into Cork Street at the Art for Art’s Sake Show last December, we’re delighted to be at the 20/21 International Art Fair at the Royal College of Art, in Kensington Gore, London SW7, from 9 - 12 May 2013.
Well, Vanessa Clewes Salmon Modern & Contemporary Art ended 2012 on a high note. The brand new Art for Art's Sake Show was a great success - it was a lot of hard work but it was well worth the effort; it was busy throughout, we made many new contacts, we sold well as our colourful naive paintings proved popular and very important, it was fun.
Vanessa Clewes Salmon Modern & Contemporary Art is showing at The Art for Art’s Sake Show at 28 Cork Street in London W1, in the heart of Mayfair from 3-8 December from 10am-6pm, Monday to Saturday
We have joined forces with Andrew Usiskin Contemporary Art to launch this brand new event; we have ‘cherry picked’ 8 other exhibitors who will be showing their own work so you can also speak to the artists themselves