Varnishing Day at the Royal Academy

Below SUB at the private View

Standing below SUB at the private view













Today was the first day of the celebrations for the opening week of the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts. Called Varnishing Day, it’s the day the Artists are invited to the Academy for a Private View of the selected work.

Welcomed to the exhibition with a glass of champagne and a meringue, there was a very happy party atmosphere, particularly in the 2 rooms showing the prints, where many London printmakers know each other from printing at the same studios.

SUB (Rambert Dance Company), the Sugar Lift etching that was selected is catalogue no 347.

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