The eighth Aberdeen Art Fair took place at the city’s iconic Beach Ballroom had a lot of attractive features. The event saw an extensive range of paintings, sculptures, art glass, furniture with varied designs and photography. These were presented by the gallery artists and the print studios especially from the areas of Scotland and the United Kingdom. You can keep yourself updated by constantly checking the Aberdeen Art Fair Facebook and the Twitter page.
Highlights Of The Eighth Aberdeen Art Fair
The highlights of the eighth Aberdeen event include the Peacock Visual Arts workshop. A lot of wonderful open access facilities available within the workshops were showcased to the people visiting the fair. Plenty of activities were hosted during the event. This turned out to be a huge success event for art enthusiast, beginner as well as the collectors. The added advantages were the free wrapping service and the free children art club during Saturday and Sunday.
The event had a huge number of new exhibitors that included the Arteries Gallery, the Dancing Light Gallery, Tina Boswell Gallery and Scotland’s famous artist, Ron Lawson as well. The art works at the fair ranged from £50 to £30,000. The biggest advantage of this 2018 Aberdeen event is that there were artworks for every taste and budget. The tickets were very nominal, for the adults it was £4 and for children, it was free when they were accompanied by an adult.
Significant Exhibitors Of The Fair
Some of the prominent exhibitors during the eighth Aberdeen event includes the Jane Bradford Art, Cat Burton Fine Art, Scottish Furniture Makers, Maria Helena Fine Art, Arteries Gallery, Wendy Helliwell, Ron Lawson, Subversion Gallery and a lot more of Scotland’s and United kingdom’s famous galleries. An exciting selection of work done by nearly 300 artists was displayed at the event. The event also encourages the people to contact their favourite exhibitor through their website to bring any piece of art for display. The eighth Aberdeen event became a huge success owing to its unique set of artworks.