16 January – 11 March 2016
An exhibition by members of the Society of Graphic Fine Art in the Refectory Gallery at Southwark Cathedral.
Twelve SGFA members are exhibiting drawings and paintings made on location in and around London’s historic Southwark Cathedral. The exhibitors came from as far afield as Nottingham and Lincolnshire last year to draw the historic Cathedral and the Borough Market next door. Selected artworks from that day are on show in the Drawing on Location exhibition.
Exhibiting members are Freda Blayney SGFA, Harriet Brigdale SGFA, Martin Davidson SGFA, Jackie Devereux PSGFA, Margaret Eggleton SGFA, Charlie Kirkham SGFA, Oliver Lovley ASGFA, Susan Relph SGFA, Lyndsey Smith ASGFA, Stuart Stanley SGFA, Marion Wilcocks SGFA, Les Williams VPSGFA and Wendy Winfield ASGFA.
This is the Society’s second members-only exhibition in Southwark Cathedral’s Refectory Gallery. https://goo.gl/maps/V2FQG3j3ift Viewing hours: Mon – Fri 09.00 – 19.00; Sat – Sun 10.00 – 19.00
About the Cathedral
Southwark Cathedral is situated across the street from London Bridge Tube station, next door to Borough Market and ten minutes’ walk from Tate Modern. The church stands “at the oldest crossing point of the tidal Thames…not only a place of worship but also of hospitality to every kind of person: princes and paupers, prelates and prostitutes, poets, playwrights, prisoners and patients have all found refuge here.”