The Royal Ulster Academy 139th Annual Art Exhibition will go ahead both physically in the Ulster Museum and virtually as an online exhibition. It will be open to the public from 16 October 2020 until 3 January 2021. Due to the pandemic, there will be no opening launch. If you want to visit the exhibition go to https://www.nmni.com/whats-on/ulster-museum-tickets and book online. You can book up to 6 tickets so that you can bring your bubble along to enjoy an outstanding exhibition in a safe a very carefully controlled environment.
The ultimate aim is to enrich the experience of the people who visit the exhibition or view it online with as much information as the curators can give about the artists and their work, making this available to schools, colleges and the media.
I will be proud to exhibit at the 139th Royal Ulster Academy Annual Art Exhibition where my painting “Light into the Dark” has been selected as a finalist.
“I was walking back to the tube along Regent’s Canal around 9 pm after a private view when I was taken aback by the intensity of the light shining from this building site across the canal. I stopped and took some photos as I knew I just had to paint this scene of intense light against the very dark sky and canal.’’
Sales will be online and part of this will involve an exciting virtual tour where clients who cannot make it to the exhibition will be able to click on the works they are interested in to view in more depth and buy online.
Contact the website for more information – https://www.royalulsteracademy.org/annual-exhibition/