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Lyndsey Smith ASGFA is a Christmas Bestseller!

Lyndsey Smith’s Eastbourne themed Christmas card has become a local bestseller. Depicting the local beach with residents enjoying a wintery swim, Lyndsey’s illustration has captured the imagination of Christmas card buyers. Alongside illustrating scenes local to Eastbourne Lyndsey has also … Continue reading

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Image of the Month: The Gaze of the Green Man by Lois Cordelia ASGFA

This scalpel paper-cut design features my reinterpretation of an ancient symbol of Nature, the Green Man, combining references also to another ancient ‘green man’: the legendary archer, outcast, and liberator of the poor and oppressed, Robin Hood, who is often … Continue reading

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Georgia Webber Draws Silence

Drawing is often used as a way to distract oneself from physical or mental anguish. It’s used in the rehabilitation units of various hospitals and community centres and our Draw 14 opener Andrew Marr, published his “A Short Book About … Continue reading

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Image of the Month – The Modern Alchemist by Elizabeth Barton SGFA

The Modern Alchemist was originally inspired by a conversation about a chemistry lecturer, who was afraid of women, and his girlfriend, who had a phobia about birds. It all started as an ironic joke. The dancer is a figure from … Continue reading

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Image of the Month – Cello Practice by Claire Sparkes ASGFA

Editor’s note: Cello Practice is one of more than 200 works of art by artists across the UK that have been selected for DRAW 13, the Society’s open exhibition at the Menier Gallery in London 30th September – 12th October … Continue reading

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Our Earliest Review?

In 1921, what may be the earliest-ever review of a SGFA exhibition was published in American Art News.  Society of Graphic Art’s Exhibition The Society of Graphic Art*, under the presidency of Frank Brangwyn, is holding its first exhibition at … Continue reading

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