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Windsor Contemporary Art Fair 2014

8-9 November, several new elements to create a truly unique and creative fair-going experience


Since its inception in 2005 the fair has increased five-fold and this year welcomes over 150 artists to Royal Windsor Racecourse

This year welcomes the 10th anniversary of the Windsor Contemporary Art Fair. To mark this milestone the event will include several new elements to create a truly unique and creative fair-going experience.

Visitors can expect to see an inspirational range of artwork and the fair is a unique opportunity for new and experienced collectors to view and buy direct from artists and also benefit from the informed collections from a number of leading galleries. The atmosphere is informal, friendly and relaxed with something for everyone.

Exhibitors include artists from all over the UK, Europe and a strong contingent from the local area. Newly qualified and established artists can be found alongside a number of galleries showing work by accepted masters and fresh new talent.

The interactive element of the fair is very important and as part of this year’s celebrations the fair will be hosting a number of talks and presentations. These include renowned artist and Twitter star Moose Allain, who will be talking about his art and humour.

The fair also sees the return of artist and ‘Harry Potter’ illustrator

Cliff Wright who will be running his highly regarded ‘Nature of Seeing’ drawing workshops on Sunday 9 November.

Since its inception in 2005 the fair has increased five-fold and this year welcomes over 150 artists to Royal Windsor Racecourse. The show has grown to be one of a handful of the nation’s most influential art fairs. Determined to break down barriers and make affordable art accessible to all, the fair is a treasure trove of paintings, prints, drawings, sculpture, ceramics and photography.

With thousands of pieces of artwork to choose from there really is something for everyone. The artist-led workshops and children’s questionnaires broaden the visitor range and so encourage art appreciation in the younger generation.