|Member Promotions 2020|
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Weston Park, Weston-under-Lizard, Shifnal TF11 8LE
Thursday 2nd – Wednesday 29th April 2020
You will have recieved your entry form for this exhibition in the January Newsletter 2020. Please see the reverse of your entry form for further details. This exhibition is open to SEA fully paid up members only. Work may have been shown in previous SEA Exhibitions and one piece may be non-horsey if entering your full amount. Digital entry for Friends and Associates. Full Members work will be automatically accepted for this exhibition.
All accepted work can be entered for Horse in Art 2020 but does not count towards promotion. Full Members work will automatically be accepted.
Please support this event as it is a great opportunity to try another venue and area. Let’s make it a success.
The Annual Open Horse in Art Exhibition will place at Sally Mitchell’s beautiful gallery, The Newcastle Arms, Tuxford, Nottinghamshire NG22 0LA 15th – 26th September 2020
Entries close for Friends, Associates and Non Members Midnight 19th July 2020. Full Members entries close on 1st August 2020. Private View is on Sunday 15th September at 2pm and Awards at 2.30pm. 27th September 2020 is collection day.
View the 2019 Exhibition below.
Anniversary Book Now Available CLICK HERE
The SEA aims to promote the practice of equestrian painting and sculpture and the public appreciation of this art. It runs workshops and lectures around the country, led by Full Members and invited experts. There is now an emphasis on encouraging young artists with a range of new initiatives.
Membership of the Society is open to anyone. Friend Members who are artists may apply to be considered for promotion to Associate Members (ASEA), who in turn may become Full Members (SEA) by exhibiting their work with the Society over a number of years. There are around 350 members, many of whom are based overseas. The Society was set up in 1979 by ten founder members under the Chairmanship of Norman Hoad, a notable equestrian and aviation artist.