A virtual exhibition celebrating 20 years together, showcasing work created during lockdown by Redspot Artists: Ben Hoskyns, Sam Macdonald, Rodger McPhail, Jonathan Sainsbury, Tania Still, Jason Sweeney, Keith Sykes & Owen Williams.
The exhibition runs from 21st May to 20th June, preview from 15th May
A full preview of the all the work available with details and prices can be seen at redspot-artists.com
Redspot was founded in 2001 by a collective of some of the finest wildlife artists in Britain. Together they are widely acknowledged as being one of the most innovative artistic groups in their field, producing work of the very highest standard in a diverse range of media – delicate watercolours, bold oils, detailed scraperboard and beaten metal sculpture.
Redspot Artists are defined by their talent and passion for representing their vision of nature and wildlife through their work. They are all deeply knowledgeable about the rural environment and the countryside and their commitment to conservation shines through everything they do. They have held numerous exhibitions as a group, throughout the UK, over the past 20 years and their work is collected worldwide and has been reproduced in dozens of books and publications.
With things still uncertain, Redspot Artists are so disappointed not to be able to hold a physical exhibition to mark their twentieth anniversary but, as the country finally begins to unlock, they are delighted to be able to show you what they have been up to.
Redspot Artists have chosen to support two charities this year the The Atlantic Salmon Trust and the Countryside Alliance.
Contact details for all the artists are on the website Redspot Artists