Victoria Rees

5 - 30 May

 

For this exhibition, which coincides with this year’s International Bath Music Festival, Victoria Rees is exhibiting a range of drawings and textiles of orchestras including the Southbank Sinfonia. This work has been largely developed during the rehearsals and live performances by these musicians.

 

From the Heliker Foundation, Maine

oil on canvas

38 x 75cm

 

 

Southbank Sinfonia in Rehearsal

ink on paper

26 x 40cm

 

Southbank Sinfonia with Cellist Umberto Clerici

ink on paper

63 x 142cm

 

Umberto Clerici

ink on paper

26 x 40cm

Southbank Sinfonia

ink on paper

30 x 40cm

 

 

The Orchestra Pit, Garsington Opera

ink on paper

50 x 36cm

 

 

Southbank Sinfonia Rehearsals

ink on paper

44 x 60cm

 

 

Flute and Strings

ink on paper

26 x 32cm

 

Rebecca Miller conducts Barbara Zdiarska & Southbank Sinfonia

ink on paper

30 x 40cm

 

 

Practice Session with Umberto Clerici

ink on paper

70 x 70cm

 

Garsington Opera

silk scarf

108 x 108cm

 

 

Lorna Anderson

silk scarf

174 x 125cm

 

 

Garsington Opera, Blue

silk scarf

108 x 108cm

 

 

These scarves are available framed or unframed

 

Victoria Rees studied as an undergraduate at the Ruskin school of fine Art,University of Oxford, before receiving the Jack Goldhill scholarship to the Royal Academy Schools for 3 years post graduate. Victoria has exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer show ,the BP portrait award at the National Portrait Gallery, The Ruth Borchard self portrait exhibition and last year was invited to exhibit her textiles and paintings alongside a private collection of Alexander McQueen, Philip Treacy and Mary Wing To, as part of ‘Off the Wall’ at Arts Couture. Over the last five years Victoria has worked with the Southbank Sinfonia, Garsington Opera and rock band Jesus Jones. It is through this trusted access to some of the most respected musicians during their preparation and live performances, that Victoria has produced an incredible collection of over five hundred drawings.

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