Welcome to our Autumn Exhibition 2020

Welcome to our ‘Virtual Autumn Exhibition’. Under normal circumstances our Autumn Exhibition would be held at Sutton Coldfield Town Hall. Unfortunately, we are unable to do so as it would be difficult to maintain social distancing in accordance with Government Guidelines to ensure the safety of our members and visitors. So, to avoid disappointment to our members and the public, we have created this page on our website to host the exhibition for you to enjoy. Please take a virtual tour of the artwork submitted by our members and appreciate the paintings and sculptures on display. Each item is titled in the normal way with the medium used, the artist’s name and the sale price. If you wish to purchase any of the artwork marked for sale, please follow the contact guidance given below. 

We hope you enjoy our ‘Virtual’ exhibition and that you will encourage your friends and family to visit our website and take a tour. If you wish to provide feedback or leave a comment, please use the comments box at the foot of the page, after the images. If you are interested in joining the Sutton Coldfield Society of Artists, further details can be found HERE

Public Vote  As with our usual exhibition, we encourage visitors to vote for their favourite exhibit. To do this now online you can scroll down right to the bottom and vote in the ‘Comment Box’, then click ‘Post Comment’. The exhibition closes on the 15th of November.

Sales  To purchase artwork from this exhibition, please email our Exhibition Secretary, Jean Willis on jean.willis684@gmail.com and provide your name, email address and contact telephone number. Please also indicate which piece of artwork you are interested in. The Exhibition Secretary will then contact you as soon as possible.

The list of prize winners is shown under the gallery.

Hover over an image for info or click to ENLARGE & then scroll through the slideshow viewer using the arrow keys.

SCSA Autumn Exhibition 2020 Award Winners

Ada Wilkinson Award for Best Painting in Any Medium – £20 Cheque
Winner: Keith Ripley for ‘Me by Me’
Highly Commended: James Ware for ‘Sunset at Bosham’

Mavis Mottram Award for the Best Landscape 
Winner: James Ware for ‘Sunset at Bosham’
Highly Commended: Deborah Hodgson for ‘Geese on Wyndley Pool’

Doris Jackson Award for the Best Watercolour – £20 cheque
Winner: Geoff Stubbins for ‘Evening Light, Thurlstone’
Highly Commended: Alan Hunt for ‘Building Project’

Silver Salver Award for Best Portrait – Salver
Winner: Keith Ripley for ‘Me by Me’
Highly Commended: Ken Walker for ‘Alan’

Madge Oliver Award for Best Pastel – Glass Trophy
Winner: Deborah Hodgson for ‘Seat at Blackroot Pool’
Highly Commended: Geraldine Foster for ‘Amber Eyes’

Jean and Bob Dressler Award for Best Mixed Media Artwork – Marble Trophy
Winner: Debra Lane for ‘Sergeant Pepper’
Highly Commended: Bob Pagett for ‘Boats, Lyme Regis’

SCSA Best 3D Exhibit
Winner: Petra Röhr-Rouendaal for ‘Weather the Storm’
Highly Commended: Petra Röhr-Rouendaal for ‘Tulela’

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