Mall Galleries Blog

The RAC Snow Effect by Ken Howard OBE RA
In 2011, the Royal Automobile Club (RAC) reached it’s centenary year. In commemoration of this, they invited 26 artists to paint the Club’s two stunning premises in Central London and Surrey, culminating in a large exhibition for the Club’s members. The artists were given free reign of the two clubs on a day of their choice and asked to produce...
Posted by Anna Bromwich on Thu, 2016-11-10 17:58
Bantham Beach by Duncan Palmar
Sebastian Seal had come across a painting of Bantham Beach by Duncan Palmar at the Royal Society of Marine Artists (RSMA) Annual Exhibition and although the painting had sold, it had struck a chord. Sebastian knew the area well, as he spends the summer holidays with his family windsurfing in the Cornish bay. Mall Galleries offers commissions advice throughout the...
Posted by Anna Bromwich on Thu, 2016-11-10 17:44
Daniel Cole, Great Black Baked Gull and Rooks, Camel Estuary
The Society of Wildlife Artists 53rd Annual Exhibition, The Natural Eye, opened at Mall Galleries on October 26
Posted by Liam Kilby on Mon, 2016-10-31 16:19
Borello-Wendy-Turbulence in the Laguna Veneta
This year's Royal Society of Marine Artists Annual Exhibition opened on 28 September. This year the Royal Society of Marine Artists celebrate 50 years of Royal status by mounting their largest-ever exhibition, occupying all three gallery spaces at Mall Galleries. Thank you to all the artists who exhibited this year and a special congratulations to all the prize and award winners.
Posted by Liam Kilby on Wed, 2016-10-05 15:48
Gareth Kemp, Midnight Sun
Gareth Kemp is a painter of fictional landscapes, working in acrylics to create striking and deceptively simple compositions where landscape elements are transformed into evocative motif.
Posted by Anna Bromwich on Tue, 2016-10-04 14:08
1.Henry Bryne at Royal Soc Portrait Painters Annual Exhibtion
I have been at the gallery for three months. I am the Weekend and Evening Gallery Manager, which means I work during evening events and weekends. My role is to deal with any issues that exhibitors or guests have during the show, help run the front desk, and close up after events.
Posted by Liberty Rowley on Mon, 2016-09-19 15:48
Shell and Bell by Laura Smith Buy Art Click & Buy Collection
Laura Smith is a figurative artist based in London with a deep proclivity to abstract art. She graduated from her MFA at the Slade School of Fine Art in 2012, won the Clare Winsten Memorial Award and was shortlisted in 2011 and 2016 for the Columbia Threadneedle Prize.
Posted by Anna Bromwich on Fri, 2016-09-09 12:13
Women-only art exhibitions
Inspired by The Society of Women Artists’ Summer Exhibition and in response to the recently launched £100,000 Freelands Award, we invited some expert speakers in the field to join us for a panel discussion exploring the continued relevance of Women-only art exhibitions and competitions.
Posted by Liam Kilby on Fri, 2016-08-05 15:46
Timko is a rising star at Mall Galleries. Her esoteric interiors and bewitching portraits have been hugely popular, sweeping up many awards, yet the young Hungarian painter remains elusive as ever. With no website of her own she has little online presence but in an exclusive interview with Mall Galleries, Bernadett was willing to share the meanings and inspiration behind her work. Read more here.
Posted by Anna Bromwich on Thu, 2016-07-14 12:39
For the last few months the Mall Galleries team has been working on an exciting project: The Click and Buy Collection . This new online gallery showcases over a hundred artists and allows you to purchase art directly through the website including free delivery across mainland UK. The artists featuring in the Collection have been carefully selected to represent Mall...
Posted by Liam Kilby on Wed, 2016-07-06 10:17
Jack Sutherland, 13
I’ve been a part of the Mall Galleries team since September 2014, so it’s approaching my second anniversary (which is positively peanuts in comparison to some of the legends that still occupy these golden halls)
Posted by Liam Kilby on Mon, 2016-07-04 11:15
Mark Finch, Circean Poisons
The winner of the prize - £500 worth of Winsor & Newton art materials - was decided by public vote from visitors to the New English Art Club Annual Open Exhibition.
Posted by Liam Kilby on Tue, 2016-06-28 10:25