Jackie Gwyther fine Art


Exhibitions 2022

Royal Society of British Artists Annual Exhibition 2022 , The Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1

Royal Society of British Artists

Art in June and South East Open Studios 2022

Jackie Gwyther at Art In June

South East Open Studios

Society of Botanical Artists Plantae 2022 Exhibition, The Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1

 Society of Botanical Artists

Awards 2022

Longlisted for the Jackson’s Painting Prize 2022, Still Life/Botanical section.

Jacksons Art Painting Prize

Shortlisted for the Visual Arts Open 2022 (VAO22)

Invited for fellowship of the Society of Botanical Artists


Previous Exhibitions

Exhibitions 2021

Guest Artist at Chalk Gallery Lewes, 4 North Street, Lewes. BN7 2PA, from 5th July 2021 – 5th September 2021.

 Chalk Gallery Lewes

Sevenoaks Visual Arts Forum (SVAF) Open 2021, The Kaleidoscope Gallery, Sevenoaks Library, Buckhurst Lane, TN13 1LQ,  1st December 2021 – 8th January 2022

Awarded second prize in the public vote.

Exhibitions, publications and commissions 2020

Kent Painters Group annual art exhibition 2020, online, 30 Oct-30 November 2020.

Jackie Gwyther at Kent Painters Group 2020 Exhibition

Portraits for NHS Heroes

She was very proud to have her portrait of paramedic Chris included in the book ‘portraits for NHS Heroes’, curated by Tom Croft and published in November 2020.  Through the power of portraiture Tom wanted to honour the hard work, courage and endurance of the NHS workers on the front line of the Covid pandemic. His call through social media to the global artistic community, via the #portraitsfornhsheroes Instagram page, resulted in over 13,000 contributions of free portraits.  300 were selected to feature in this poignant, beautifully presented book. Jackie was delighted to have her portrait included.

The Shambles, Sevenoaks

Jackie has a new work of art on public display in the Shambles, Sevenoaks. The painting is a doorway to the medieval past: a life-size portrait of a young woman bringing her wares to market whilst carrying a lamb and a basket of goose eggs.   The Shambles is a small square with its medieval roots in the heart of the old centre of Sevenoaks. It is nestled between the rear of shops on the High Street and London Road., TN13 1LJ.  The word ‘Shambles’ is derived from shammel, the Anglo Saxon word for shelves, which were a prominent feature of open butcher shop fronts selling their produce.  The site was a medieval market place and since then it has been the centre for many varied trades.

Over twenty years ago, Sevenoaks Council commissioned Juliet Simpson and Tom Cousins to create artwork depicting the medieval history of the Shambles.  Juliet’s wall sculptures and Tom’s black and white murals have graced the area ever since.  In 2020, Juliet embarked on a project to recondition her sculptures and to recruit other artists to decorate the nondescript black doors backing onto the Shambles.  With the generous support of Sevenoaks Council and the involvement of Jackie and fellow artists, Melissa Hill and Franny Swann, this exciting plan is progressing.

Exhibitions 2019

Art in June Open Studios June 2019

Sevenoaks Visual Arts Forum (SVAF) Open 2019, The Kaleidoscope Gallery, Sevenoaks Library, Buckhurst Lane, TN13 1LQ,  11th to 28th September, 2019.

Candid Arts Trust, ‘The Nude 2019’, Candid Arts Trust, 3 Torrens Street, London, EC1V 1NQ, 27th September – 6th October 2019

 Candid Arts Trust

Kent Painters Group annual art Exhibition 2019,  25-29 October 2019 at Sevenoaks School.

Stone Street Art Group Exhibition 2019, 29th-30th November 10am-4pm, St Lawrence Village Hall, Church Road, Stone Street, Sevenoaks, Kent TN15 0LL