Angus to Exhibit at RA Young Artists Summer Show

Angus to Exhibit at RA Young Artists Summer Show

Continuing a superb run of success for our Art Scholars, Angus H in the Third Year has beaten hundreds of applicants to be successfully invited to exhibit his drawing of Morgan Freeman both online and on-site at the Royal Academy of Art, Young Artists Summer Show in London from 16 July until 11 August this summer. Angus spent many hours focusing on the tiniest minutiae of details in the actors skin, finding intrigue in each blemish and exploring contrasting representations of texture in skin, clothing and hair. 

The Royal Academy has been championing artists since 1768 and “firmly believe in nurturing young talent and celebrating the next generation of artists”. Now in its sixth year, the Young Artists’ Summer Show is a free, open submission exhibition for students aged 4 – 19 studying in the UK. Artworks are judged by a panel of passionate artists and art professionals. The Royal Academy received over 21,500 submissions this year and were blown away by all of the entries. Some were selected to exhibit in their online exhibition and a smaller number of successful artworks were also selected for the display on-site at the Royal Academy.

Please do pop along to the Royal Academy at Burlington House, Piccadilly during the summer to spot Angus’ fantastic drawing.

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