Current Exhibitions – 2018
Ronald Hellen is currently exhibiting at the Seaside Gallery, Bexhill on Sea, East Sussex.
Royal Academy Schools East Anglia Group Exhibition to celebrate the 250th Anniversary of the Royal Academy
Ronald Hellen will be joining members of the Royal Academy Schools East Anglia Group to take part in a group exhibition entitled ‘Legacy’ to be held at the Halesworth Gallery, Suffolk from 21st July to 8th August 2018.
The exhibition will celebrate the 250th Anniversary of the Royal Academy of Arts and those taking part will reflect on how their studies and their tutors at the Royal Academy Schools have influenced their artwork through their careers.
Participating artists include: Linda Adcock, Lucy Bell, Kay Edwards, Chris Glanville, Paul Hawdon, Ronald Hellen, Melvyn King, Mary Millar Watt, M J Mott, Daphne Sandham, Ivy Smith, Robin Warnes and Joceline Wickham.
Ronald Hellen was selected to exhibit at the Halesworth Gallery, Halesworth, Suffolk, from 30th July to 17th August 2016 alongside artists, Yvonne Forster and Peter Fowler. The exhibition was entitled: ‘Viewing Change’.
Ronald Hellen’s paintings have also recently been shown at the following exhibitions:
Weald of Kent Art Society Exhibition in Tenterden, Kent
Peasmarsh Memorial Hall Art Exhibition, Peasmarsh, East Sussex
The Halesworth Gallery, Suffolk, Open Show
Weald of Kent Art Society Open Exhibition
from 31st August to 5th September 2015
Southwold Art Circle’s Annual Exhibition
from 22nd June – 5th July 2015
The Cut Open Exhibition
from 4th December 2014 – 17th January 2015
The Halesworth Gallery, Suffolk
6th – 24th September 2014
Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne
East Sussex Open Exhibition
4th July – 14th September 2014
Llewellyn Alexander Gallery, London
Not The Royal Academy Exhibition
10th June – 16th August 2014
St Barbe Museum & Art Gallery, Lymington
15th Annual Open Exhibition
21st June – 19th July 2014
This painting received The Artist Highly Commended Award in The Artist and Leisure Painter Patchings Exhibition, 2013
Ronald Hellen’s paintings have also been exhibited at the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibitions.