The Phene’s first Fine Art Party
Wednesday 22nd February from 6pm. Join us at The Phene for a wonderful evening where you can view and buy beautiful paintings by two outstanding artists. We are supporting GREAT ORMOND STREET HOSPITAL CHILDREN’S CHARITY by making a donation from all the artworks sold at the event. Set in the heart of residential Chelsea, a short walk from the famous Kings Road, The Phene is a clubhouse-style venue, housing a traditional saloon bar, chalet-style delicatessen, a conservatory restaurant and cosy upstairs lounge. www.thephene.com THE PHENE 9 PHENE STREET LONDON SW3 5NY
Introducing Cynthia Wild
Cynthia Wild is an Australian-born artist living in London and working in Britain and Australia. She studied at Central, Wimbledon and Chelsea Schools of Art and, exhibiting regularly in London, her work is held in a number of private collections in USA, Germany, Sweden and Australia. Shown here are works inspired by a series of Chinese poems describing twelve years in the life of a Han Chinese upper class woman abducted by Mongols in the third century and her eventual ransom and return to China. The initial responses to the poems (Eighteen Songs of a Nomad Flute: the Story of Wen Chi) take the form of collages from which paintings are made. View Cynthia Wild’s works here.
Introducing Paul Edmonds
Encompassing painting, sculpture, carpentry, drawing, Paul Edmonds’ work is concerned with the loss of contact with Nature and taps in to it from a spiritual viewpoint and attempts to illustrate this throughout his works. Harmony is attained between himself and Nature: a unity between himself and the rest of the world. Realising an importance of replicating and reminding upon, a vibration of a given mood, or feeling. Edmonds’ commercial artwork spanned the United Kingdom and extended in to Europe, designing and creating original themed displays utilizing a range of graphical and technical processes.