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Welcome to SoFAP

At SoFAP we aim to create an opportunity for artists of all abilities to develop, refresh, practise, exhibit and sell their work in a supportive and enthusiastic community. Run by a committee (drawn from the membership and all volunteers), we hold two large exhibitions a year at The Fulham Library, take part in various markets (Putney, North End Road, etc.), provide practical workshops on watercolour, oils, acrylic, printing and other techniques with well-known tutors, plus hold monthly Plein Air days. Our quarterly Newsletter keeps members in touch with what is going on.


Summer 2016 Exhibtion and Sale

The Summer 2016 Exhibition and Sale has been another triumph for SoFAP members, with many visitors commenting on the terrific standard of work.

Members use the twice yearly exhibitions to market their work by inviting prospective gallery owners and potential buyers to come along.

With a wide range of styles, hugely affordable prices, this is a great way for members to also demonstrate their progress and innovation.

Works created during our tutored workshops and plein air days very often sell too: a double whammy some might say.

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We were also part of the Hammersmith & Fulham Art Festival 2016, where we were part of 300 art activities. Do join us if you would like to be part of our success.

Workshop 17th June, Dancing with Oils!

Led by Adebanji Alade, who specialises in painting urban landscapes

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We gathered on a chilly June morning at the Ranelagh Sailing Club looking forward to an inspiring and rejuvenating workshop with Adebanji Alade as our tutor: he didn’t disappoint us. He kick started the morning by giving us a demonstration of an urban scene using oil. In his inimitable style, he showed us how to break down an image into quarters, initially painting slowly, marking the painting, adding shades and shadows and then mixing in heavier paints to start adding depth and contrast. We were all mesmerised by the way he worked, his paintbrush dancing on the canvas.

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Click here to see a video of Spring Exhibitions 2015

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