Welcome to our ‘Virtual Spring Exhibition’. Under normal circumstances our Exhibitions would be held at Sutton Coldfield Town Hall. Unfortunately, we are unable to do so as it is in use as a Covid Vaccination Centre.
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.
As with our usual exhibition, we encouraged visitors to vote for their favourite exhibit. Results are shown at the bottom of this post.
The names of the award winners, selected by an independent judge, can be seen below the picture gallery.
To purchase artwork from this exhibition, please email our Exhibition Secretary, Jean Willis on firstname.lastname@example.org 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 to arrange payment and covid-safe delivery or collection.
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SCSA Spring Exhibition 2021
Ratcliffe Award for Best Painting in Any Medium
64 Vase of Orange Flowers, Linda Hudson
47 Bedtime, Tony Sawbridge
Mavis Mottram Award for the Best Landscape
13 Mouse Hole Harbour 2, Anthony Reeves
53 Blackthorn Tunnel, Jean Willis
Ashwood Veterinary Clinic Award for Best Animal Painting
21 Breakfast is Served, Len Roberts
65 Geese at Guédelon, Linda Hudson
Turner-Hilton Award for Best Textile
20 Stitched Selfie, Carolyn Bradburn
9 Harlequin Rhythms, Margaret Fairhead
Vesey Arts and Crafts Award for Best Flora Painting
56 Iris Purple and Blue in the Sunshine, Mathe Shepherd
31 Eco Floral 2, Una Smith
Emily Smith Award for Best Watercolour Painting
1 Tool Storage, Keith Ripley
58 Morning Light Dartmouth, Geoff Stubbins
SCSA Award for Best 3D Exhibit
38 a,b Gossip, Petra Rohr-Rouendaal
42 a,b Mikado, Helen Willis
Winners of the public vote
1st place – ‘The Language of Silence’ by Shameela Yoosuf Ali
Joint 2nd place – ‘Will I Ever Fly Again’ by Paul Davis, ‘Morning Light Dartmouth’ by Geoff Stubbins
Shared 3rd place – ‘Rainbow Trees’ by Paul Davis, ‘Gossip’ by Petra Röhr-Rouendaal, ‘Lotti on my Sketchbook’ by Petra Röhr-Rouendaal & ‘Blackthorn Tunnel’ by Jean Willis
(Joint winners listed in alphabetical order of artist’s surname)