You may notice I'm exhibiting at two venues on two consecutive weeks. Of course, I hope you'll visit both as there will be different work in each venue. I've had to do this because my plans to show at The North Wall Gallery for the full 3 weeks of Art Weeks, had to be changed. Due to government restrictions this gallery falls into the same category as a museum, so unlike commercial galleries, which can open from 12 April the North wall cannot open until 17 May. I was dismayed when I discovered this as we had already postponed the show from the original event in May 2020 ... It's a lot to cram into the 8 days of 17 - 25 May, so the week before, from 8 - 16 May I'll be in my old stamping ground, 2 North Street, Osney Island - venue 73 which has an appointment system in operation. Please go to https://artsvp.co/elainekazimierczuk
Then17 - 25 May I'll be at The North Wall Gallery - venue 139 - go to the North Wall's website to book via https://www.thenorthwall.com/contact-us/
Both exhibitions will have a selection of work of various sizes from mini meadows to large panoramas - with the really big stuff being in the North Wall.
Prior to the exhibition, on 21 April, the North Wall are hosting a webinar 'Wildflower Meadows - a Painter's Celebration' - I'll be in conversation with staff from Plantlife - a charity I support talking about the importance of meadows and other habitats and the work of Plantlife. You can join this via https://www.thenorthwall.com/contact-us/
This is the bit most artists dislike writing. Because they hope their work will do the talking for them. My work is primarily about the natural environment. I want to make work which will encourage people to value our precious world.