Virtual Art Exhibition in support of St Michael’s and local artists

We are hosting a virtual art exhibition, showcasing brilliant local artists, to both support them in selling work during a difficult time and to raise funds for St Michael’s Church. Proceeds are split equally between the exhibiting artists and St Michael’s. The people of St Michael’s, along with its charity MASCOT, deliver a range of community events including monthly lunches, a pop up cafe for primary school children, a Foodbank, cooking on a budget courses, literacy, numeracy and IT courses and so much more. Sheerwater is designated as an area of high deprivation according to national statistics and is currently undergoing a regeneration project led by Woking Borough Council. We are negotiating to replace our building with a new community centre, in which we hope to exhibit artwork regularly.

In the meantime, we’re offering you the chance to browse beautiful works of art from the comfort of your own home. Each month, we will showcase new artists, spanning all mediums – glasswork, painting, photography, ceramics, sketching and much more. The artist’s full catalogue of work, biography and contact details to enquire about purchasing their art can be found on their individual page (click on their name, image or the link in the caption).

Brand new exhibitors!

Penny Metcalfe

Growing Happily. 1m x 1m x 4cm. Acrylic on deep canvas.
Click here to see more of Penny’s work.

Jo Louca

Dappled Embrace. 1m x 1m x 4cm. Oil on canvas.
Click here to see more of Jo’s work.

Sue Hawksworth

Light on the water, Sussex 2. 30 x 15cm. Monoprint.
Click here to see more of Sue’s work.

Katya Kvasova

Enough. 30 x 46 cm. Mixed media on paper.
Click here to see more of Katya’s work.

Previous exhibitors – artwork still for sale!

Nicola Rose

Waterways. (Diptych) 100x50cm. Oil on board.
Click here to see more of Nicola Rose’s work.

Becca Rowland

Green fused glass bowls. 120mm diameter x 30mm deep.
Click here to see more of Becca Rowland’s work.

Cam Crosland

Series: London. Photograph, archival quality print, 10″x8″ or 16″x12″.
Click here to see more of Cam Crosland’s work.