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The Society of Equestrian Artists returns to Palace House, Newmarket from July 10 to 16 for its Summer Open Exhibition and to Sally Mitchell’s Gallery, Tuxford from September 23 to October 7 for its 38th Annual Exhibition – Horse in Art 2017.
[ezcol_2third]The Summer Exhibition at Newmarket coincides with Europe’s Premier Midsummer Sale at Tattersalls and The Moët & Chandon July Festival at the Adnams July Course so there is a great opportunity to have work seen by an audience of keen equestrians and the general public. As an Arts Fund UK 2017 Museum of the Year Finalist the venue of the SEA Summer Open Exhibition will know if it has been selected as THE Museum of the Year by the time of the opening day on July 10. Please CLICK HERE for full details.
The main Society of Equestrian Artists 38th Annual Exhibition – Horse in Art 2017, is this year returning to Sally Mitchell’s Gallery in Tuxford (September 23 to October 7). The event showcases the very best in equestrian art, including painting, drawing, sculpture and original print. Please CLICK HERE for full details.
Entries for the Summer Open Exhibition are now closed but entries for the Annual Horse in Art Open Exhibition can be made until 9th July and are open to submissions from non-members as well as members.
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For your invitation to the SEA Private View of one or both of the exhibitions please register for the SEA newsletter HERE.
- July 8 – Summer Exhibition Handing in Day
- July 9 – Horse in Art entries CLOSE
- July 10 – Summer Exhibition Private View
- August 20 – Horse in Art Handing in Day
- September 24 – Horse in Art Private View
Summer Exhibition 2017…
NOTE: these are entries and may not necessarily be be exhibited.
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Horse in Art 2017…
NOTE: the images of Malcolm Coward and Rosemary Welch are entered for Horse in Art 2017 and may not necessarily be exhibited.