11 Feb Modern and Contemporary Art’s hibernation period is over…
Vanessa Clewes Salmon Modern & Contemporary Art has not been hibernating. We have such a great group of paintings that we want to show them off!
With this in mind we are taking a terrific stand at the 20/21 International Art Fair (15-18 May) in Kensington SW7, next door to the Royal Albert Hall and opposite the Albert Memorial in Hyde Park. You won’t be able to miss us as we are bang opposite the entrance. We have decided to show our latest modern and contemporary acquisitions such as the serene Harlequin by Mary Fedden RA, Alan Davie’s fabulous, life affirming Moon Maiden and a very large, colourful unknown Fred Yates landscape. One wall will be dedicated entirely to Andy Warhol’s 20 hand-coloured lithographs from In the Bottom of my Garden, published by the artist and with the all-important stamp of authentication. We will be offering these charming pictures individually, but if you hurry you can still buy the complete set!
Those of you looking for something decorative but not by a major ‘name’ won’t be disappointed, as once again we will have a section of framed and unframed original paintings from about £300. If you email us your details we will send you an invitation. So put 15th-18th May in your diaries now!
We are also in the throes of organising another Art for Art’s Sake Show in central London in early December. As soon as the dates and venue are confirmed, we will let you know. We appreciate that it’s not for ages, but if we carry on as we are, we will have masses of new modern and contemporary art to show you!