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Works by Redfern artists sell out during the first week of the RA Summer Exhibition

October 15, 2021

A number of Redfern artists have once again taken part in this year's Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts.

David Tindle - elected to the RA in 1979 - submitted six recent paintings, all of which sold within the opening week. The paintings featured typical motifs of open doors and windows, and mannequins stood before concealed easels, with each image imbued with a signature sense of stillness and mystery.   
John Carter RA showed three large, painted plywood sculptures, all of which have sold. Carter also unveiled a smaller sculpture cast in bronze, his first in the medium. Cast in an edition of six, only one remains for sale, at the time of writing.
Redfern artist Telfer Stokes was successful in submitting Haecceities, making it the second year running that his welded steel sculptures have been shown at the RA.
Sarah Armstrong-Jones, who has been taking part at the Summer Exhibition since the mid-1990s, submitted a large ink drawing, entitled Spring, Early Morning, which can be seen in Gallery II.