This November, Royal Windsor Racecourse welcomes a host of internationally-acclaimed artists from all over the UK and Europe for the Windsor Contemporary Art Fair. The fair showcases the exquisite work of over 150 artists, photographers, sculptors and ceramicists – the perfect occasion for art lovers who want to add something unique to their collection. This is an amazing opportunity to enjoy the work of both new and established artists in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. There will be something to suit everyone’s taste and budget, with prices starting from as little as £40 to £4000! Artists attending the event include the winner of BBC One’s The Big Painting Challenge, Paul Bell, and Artists & Illustrators Magazine’s artist of the year, Camilla Dowse. The weekend will be a unique opportunity to engage with the creators and understand their inspiration and talent. So whether you are a collector with a passion, a homeowner with an empty wall, or you just enjoy exploring creativity, there’s sure to be something for you!
During the event there will also be the opportunity to participate in a collaborative canvas painting led by the renowned Este MacLeod, or participate in themed workshops run by Reading Artist Group, Jelly. The Contemporary Art Fair will also be working with the Prince’s Trust, raising funds and awareness for the charity. If you want to do your bit for charity, miniature canvases donated by exhibiting artists will be on sale during the event, with all proceeds going to the Trust.
The event takes place on the 14th and 15th of November, and if you are looking for a place to warm up during the weekend, visit the Sir Christopher Wren Hotel and treat yourself to a traditional Afternoon Tea by the roaring fireplace in the Drawing Room. Our delicious Afternoon Tea includes freshly made finger sandwiches, warm homemade scones and a selection of Darvilles of Windsor teas. Or if you are celebrating, why not add a glass of chilled Prosecco? To book or for more information, call us on 01753 202825, email [email protected] or take a look at our afternoon tea pages.
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