Arabella Brooke lives and works in London. Her work is shown at galleries and art fairs throughout the year, and held in private collections around the world.

 

Visitors to the studio are welcome. Please contact her on mail@arabellabrooke.com to discuss commissions.

About

Past exhibitions and awards

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2015  'Past, Present, Future': Westbourne Grove

2014 to date, British Art Portfolio, gallery artist

2014  'Open Air' Sculpture exhibition, Knebworth House

2014  Society of Portrait Sculptors exhibitor

2014  Consider the Lillies exhibition, Cork Street

2013  "Acrobats" exhibition, solo show, Hoxton

2013 "Bronze" exhibition, Jerram Gallery

2012 to date White Space Gallery, gallery artist

2012 to date, Morningside Gallery, gallery artist

2011   Art London

2011   to date, Josie Eastwood Fine Art, gallery artist

2010 Winner Ridgeway Prize for Best Sculpture, CAS

2010 The Art Academy Alumni Exhibition

2010 to date Alan Kluckow Fine Art, Sunningdale

2010 Exhibited with Charlotte Sorapur at Quest Gallery, Bath

2009 Treasures Past and Present exhibition, Fulham Palace

2008  to date Affordable Art Fair (London, Edinburgh, Cambridge, Brussels)

2008  to date Sheridan Russell Gallery, gallery artist

2008 Work shortlisted for Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

2007-12 Arabella Victoria exhibition with Victoria Blake-Tyler, Chelsea

2005 Solo show at C2 gallery, Milton Keynes

2005 to date Quest Gallery, Bath, gallery artist

2005 Art in Action, Oxford

2005 Invited artist at The Discerning Eye Exhibition

2005 New Grafton Gallery, group show

2005 Graduate show, The Art Academy, Southwark

2004 The Society of Women Artists

2004 The Ice Fair, Southwark 2004

2002 to date Art for Youth, annual exhibition at The Mall Galleries, London

2002 to date Chelsea Art Society annual exhibitions

 

Awards and commissions

 

2010 Winner of The Ridgeway prize for Best Sculpture, CAS.

2005 Sculpture highly commended by the Chelsea Art Society

2004 Commission for Hurlingham and Chelsea School, London

2004 Winner of Best Sculpture, Chelsea Art Society