Elaine Almond CV

Elaine Almond (b London, now based in West Kent UK)

Art Education:

2008 – 2015 Self taught plus short courses with Caroline Hulse FRSA (Oxfordshire) & Martin Kinnear (Norfolk)
2016 3 month Oil Painting course, with Caroline Hulse FRSA
2017 6 month Course in Abstract Art with Caroline Hulse FRSA
2017-18 Mentored by Caroline Hulse FRSA
2019 12 week online Abstract course with Nicholas Wilton

Upcoming Exhibitions

2020 13-15 March Surrey Contemporary Art Fair
2020 April Guest artist at Yalding Riverside Gallery Kent

Past exhibitions:

2019 November ‘A Centred Journey’ Exhibition – lead artist with 2 others, Kaleidoscope Gallery, Sevenoaks Library, Kent
2019 June South East Open Studios -at home
2018, 2016 Solo Exhibition in Borough Green Library, Kent
2019 Bath Art Fair
2019, 2018 Surrey Contemporary Art Fair
2018: Reading Contemporary Art Fair

Group Exhibitions

2019 December: @Derek’s Room, Studio 3 Gallery, University of Kent Arts Department, juried exhibition. ‘Rain on my Soul’ shown.
2019, 2017 & 2015 May Wrotham Arts Festival, Kent
2019 November, 2018 July ‘Brushworks’ Exhibition in Kaleidoscope Gallery, Sevenoaks. My work used in publicity in 2019.
2019 November ‘Showcase’ Exhibiton at St Julian’s Golf Club, Seveoaks Kent. My work used in publicity.
2018 November ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’: curated, coordinated and exhibited the art section of Commemorative Flower and Art exhibition in Borough Green, 2018
2018 August Summer Exhibition Riverhill Himalayan Gardens, Sevenoaks, Kent
2018 August Open studio at home
2017 June Exhibition at JoeDaisy Studio and Gallery, Mapledurham, Oxfordshire, end of Abstract Course there
2016 May OpenStudio at JoeDaisy, Mapledurham Oxfordhsire


Artwork in private collections in UK

Curatorial Projects:

2018 ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’: curated & coordinated the art section of this community event, a commemorative Flower and Art exhibition in Borough Green, Kent
2016, 2014 Curated small local group exhibitions, Borough Green, Kent


2017 Shortlisted in the National Open Art Competition with ‘A Slice of Life 1’

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