BLOOMSBURY ART FAIR: ART SUMMER TIME IN LONDON

The second Bloomsbury Art Fair will take place from 6 July until 8 July

"Mermaid by Sophie Morgan"

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The second edition of Bloomsbury Art Fair is opening soon. From next 6 July to 8 July Goodenough College (London) will host this charitable art fair which aims to reach from beginners to established collectors.

Bloomsbury Art Fair showcases the artwork (painting, photography, print, mixed media, sculpture) of selected artists, dealers and galleries such as Kate Bowen, Sophie Morgan, Ellie Kealey, Ian Edwards, Gabrielle Bill, Patrick Tresset, Helium Foundation, Graffik Gallery, The Horsebox Gallery, The Art Collective, The Gallery at Manor Farm and many more.

It also includes a valuable Arts Programme running alongside the exhibition and funded by Miss V L Clore’s 1967 Charitable Trust. The Art Programme includes sculpture demonstrations, live music, discussions, workshops, graffiti demo and the very enjoyable Art Battle among many other events.

Profits from Bloomsbury Art Fair will go to three charities: Motivation, Southern Spinal Injuries Trust and Walking With The Wounded.

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More Information: Bloomsbury Art Fair.

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