Motherhood Portrait Exhibition by the Lots Road Group

Exhibition poster

Exhibition poster

Sixteen former Heatherley students have joined together to form the ‘Lots Road Group’. They will be holding their first exhibition, ‘Motherhood’, at the Chelsea Library, Chelsea Old Town Hall, later this month.

Founding member, Stella Tooth, says ‘It’s been great to be part of Motherhood; our first collaboration as the Lots Road Group of Heatherley-trained portrait artists. Through it we have not only shared in the experience of painting our mothers, but in the emotions, learnings and technical challenges that resulted.’

The show opens on the 20th of March and runs until Mothering Sunday, the 30th of March. It will later travel to Heatherleys for the week commencing Monday 12th May.

Exhibitors include: Alla Broeksmit, Martin Burrough, Nichola Collins, Katherine Firth, Christine Klein, Sharon Low, Viviana Macchi Di Cellere, Sarah-Jane Moon, Hilary Puxley, Coleen Quill, Lucinda Rendall, Sarah Elizabeth Reynolds, Sarah Richardson, Elizabeth Shields, Mark Stevenson and Stella Tooth.

 

 

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2 Responses to Motherhood Portrait Exhibition by the Lots Road Group

  1. This should prove to be an exciting and educational event.
    !6 former students from Heatherleys at the same event !
    All demonstrating their own unique style and diversity..
    Now there’s testimony of the quality that goes through the doors of this amazing art school.

  2. Sue m says:

    An inspirational and thought provoking exhibition and a privilege to share something so special and personal

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