*FIRST BATCH OF TARTS. December 3rd - 16th 2021. Tart Gallery, Grand Union Studios, Ladbroke Grove W10. (Eleanor Daly, Karen Thomas, Geraldine Swayne, Stella Vine, Sarah Dwyer, Siphiwe Mnguni and Renata Fernandez).
*ACTION-REACTION November 2021, until December 7th 2021. A group show on the gallery space inside Westminster Musical Library, former Isaac Newton's home. Produced and curated by M-M Art Consultant
* 6 new editions just launched, available on the SHOP. All editions are giclee prints on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 300 gsm. signed and numbered.
* Landscape Artist of the Year 2021, now showing on Sky Arts.
* ARTIST SUPPORT PLEDGE. By supporting me, you are also supporting another artist. Renata has original work offered under this wondrous movement. Please visit the SHOP.
In an attempt to help alleviate some of the stress created bythe uncertainty of the pandemic @matthewburrowsstudio -instagram- instigated ARTIST SUPPORT PLEDGE #artistsupportpledge
Renata joined this pledge and made a few works available. All works are no more than £200 (and less), excluding shipping. Once the artist gets £1000 on sales
of sales she pledges to buy another artist's work participating on the scheme. These are extraordinary times. GENEROSITY IS CONTAGIOUS.
* Women’s Lockdown Art, with the support of the Zabludowicz Collection. An exhibition and online art sale, from11 November and run until the end of January 2021. Artwork
created by women artists during the pandemic will be available to buy on the Women + Health website at https://wla-exhibition.womenandhealth.org.uk/
Although the recent Lockdown announcement has meant the abandonment of the planned exhibition of the work at the Zabludowicz Collection, all the art will be available for
viewing and sale online.
All the amazing artists are very generously donating 50% - and in many cases 100% - of the sale price to Women + Health. See below for a full list of participating artists.
Watch the beautiful launch video:
Women + Health has been supporting isolated and vulnerable women, including those who are survivors of domestic violence and rape, for over 30 years. It has offered a
lifeline to local women, helping them to overcome multiple health challenges, but lockdown has brought extra financial pressures.