Forward thinking, modern and with an illustrious history, Clifton Arts Club is one of the oldest and finest in the country.
Co-founder of the Club, Jacques Emile Blanche, was a pupil of the great Manet and works by many world famous artists of the time, such as Monet and Matisse, were exhibited by Clifton Arts Club.
Selected by academicians and as exciting as ever, with paintings, prints, ceramics, sculpture and more, Clifton Arts Club 107th Open Exhibition offers original affordable art to suit every taste with an opportunity for amateur and up and coming artists to display their work alongside leading professionals.
Art is for everyone to enjoy, so come and view this prestigious exhibition, the highlight of the Bristol summer art scene, this year in the new central location of Colston Hall Cellars. Works will also be for sale.
Submissions are welcomed from non-members until 20 June 2015.
New members are always welcomed in the Club and can benefit from a wide range of lectures, outings and workshops. All details can be found on the website.