Art of Motoring 2019 - Review

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Now a firm favourite on the Club’s London Motor Week calendar, the Art of Motoring was another popular event during the celebratory week.

A feast of automotive artwork was on display throughout the Mall Room, Small Mall Room and the Hanging Gallery and was open to all those who visited the Club from Monday 28 October to Saturday 2 November.

The genre of automotive art reflects a variety of artistic styles, from the figurative to abstraction and collage. The motor car is always the focus of the artwork, yet so much more is now incorporated as was shown in the wonderful paintings exhibited at the Club.

Fifteen award winning artists and sculptures showcased the best in automotive art from a variety of eras, and works were available to buy at a range of prices.

A highlight of the event was Formula 1 artist David Johnson painting an artwork depicting Lewis Hamilton live in the gallery. Attended by several members, it was a fascinating chance to watch automotive art in motion.

The Club wishes to thanks all artists who contributed to the event over the six-day period, as well as those who attended.

A full list of artists can be found below:

- Tim Layzell
- Neil Collins
- Richard Wheatland
- John Ketchell
- Roy Putt
- Adam Gompertz
- Paul Dove
- Barry Rowe
- Ella Freire
- Andrew Hill
- Jonny Ambrose
- Estoban Serassio
- Peter Hearsey
- Simon Britnell
- Robin Bark

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