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163rd Annual Open Exhibition 2024

25th – 29th June 2024 at

Mall Galleries, London, SW1

Event Timings and Information

Tuesday 25th  June 


2pm to 5pm

Exhibition is open to the public.

6pm – 8.30pm

We are delighted to invite you to our special preview evening for buyers and the sixth SWA Young People's Art Initiative fundraising event. All are welcome. Please join us for an evening of music and wine with guest speakers, Sarah Rollings, Headmistress, Heathfield School, Ascot and Cristina Meneses (Partner in The Women’s Leadership Network for Estée Lauder).

Over 450 artworks by our outstanding professional artists will be available with a special discount on all sales at this evening's preview.

5% discount will be offered on any sales during the evening.

Wednesday 26th June 

10am – 5pm

SWA Exhibition PV (Invite included)

HRH Princess Michael of Kent will arrive 11.30 to 12.00 for the Opening and presentation of Awards. 

There will be a Cash Bar 1 – 5pm and the gallery café will be open.


Exhibition Closes 

Saturday 29th June, closing time 5pm

This year as well as our Private View on Wednesday 26th June, we will be holding a Special Preview Evening and Fundraising evening on Tuesday June the 25th. It will be an evening of music and wine to help us continue our support and nurture of young and emerging talent. As a valued supporter of the SWA we would like you to have these complimentary tickets for the event.


We would love you to join us and should you need invites for this evening please do get in touch.   Please email we can email invites to you.

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Demonstrations during the exhibition
These informal demonstrations on various subjects by member artists will take place approximately between 11am and 3pm at the Mall Galleries:

Thursday 27th June 11am -  

Ginny Page

Secrets of the old master oil painters. A step-by-step short guide to creating realistic skin tones using a limited palette.

Thursday 27th June 1pm 

Michele Ashby

Using the paper colour as the mid tone to do the hard work in a pastel portrait 

Friday 28th June 11am 

Tessa Jane

Exploring Fragments of Time

Friday 28th June 1pm 

Kristine Nason

Narratives in oil and cold wax

Saturday 29th June 11am 

Elizabeth Nast

Depicting the ordinary in the urban landscape 

Saturday 29th June 1pm 

Cathy Read

Dynamic Cityscapes 

How to find us


Mall Galleries, London, SW1

Nearest Tube Stations:

Green Park

Charring Cross

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