This summer, a new Charity Pop-Up Gallery with Garden in Surrey celebrates art whilst raising awareness and funds for nature conservation and improved mental health. RSA Fellows are invited to the private view.
From July to September 2019, the Feeling & Matter exhibition will support WWF-UK and Oakleaf and display the diverse creative output of the English painter, sculptor, picture restorer, writer, husband and father, John Rich.
Feeling & Matter is a retrospective celebration of the work of John Rich taking place at his home and studio. The garden, designed by his wife Elizabeth, complements the gallery and reflects the harmonious life-long relationship between the artist and his muse.
Works on show include those kindly on loan from the private collection of Lord & Lady Levy.
About the Charity Pop-Up Gallery with Garden
The Charity Pop-Up Gallery with Garden is a non-profit venture based in Shere, Surrey, England. It is run by volunteers from Voluntary Action South West Surrey and produced by the family of John Rich, including his son, Liam Rich, a Fellow of the RSA.
This free exhibition is open at weekends in July, August & September, from 12 noon to 6pm and at other times by appointment. Please check online before travelling.
The writings of John Rich, covering such topics as mental health, belief and aesthetics, are currently being edited and will be published soon.
There will be a cash collection on site and sales of original artwork and prints will support nature conservation and mental health charities.
RSA Fellows are welcome attend the private view on Thursday 4 July from 6.30pm to 9.30pm. Please contact Liam at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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