WOKAS Autumn Exhibition  8-13 November 2021
Featuring the inaugural NFU Mutual Art Prize 
See art from exhibition online now

The 2021 Weald of Kent Art Society Autumn Exhibition - the first physical exhibition post-lockdown - ran from 8 to 13 November 2021. It was held for the first time in St Mildred's Church, a centrally located venue in Tenterden. A great number of visitors to the exhibition commented on the beautiful exhibition space and the high standard of work on display.

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A highlight of the Autumn Exhibition was the announcement of the winner of the inaugural NFU Mutual Art Prize - awarded for a single piece of art on show. WOKAS Chairman Clive Dand said the Society is delighted to have NFU Mutual's support for the creative arts: “It has been a difficult time for all artists during lockdown, trying to find inspiration while being confined, and this Art Prize is just the boost we all need.”  

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John Hamilton received the prize from NFU Mutual's Private Client Executive Jodie Dane - for 'Through the Ravine', a vibrant interpretation in acrylic of an Italian landscape. 

The WOKAS Chairman's Prize in 2021 went to Leelee Kock for her collagraph piece of 'Pears and Plum'.

Visitors to the exhibition also voted for their favourite piece of art and these are the results of the public vote:

1. 'A Quiet Place' by Tony Langham

2. 'Attitude' by Nicola Colbran

3. 'Crash Landing' by Graham Lock

4. 'Sheep Station' by John Hamilton

The artist with the most votes overall was Giuseppe Bertoli, followed by Nicola Colbran.

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Altogether thirty-two artists were featured in the exhibition with over 150 works of art on show. 

See the online gallery of works exhibited here.

Click to browse the exhibition catalogue here.

Gunda Cannon - Food for the soul
Gunda Cannon - Food for the soul

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Wendy Sabine - Wildcat near Loch Maree
Wendy Sabine - Wildcat near Loch Maree

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Caroline Anderson - River Bank
Caroline Anderson - River Bank

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Gunda Cannon - Food for the soul
Gunda Cannon - Food for the soul

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Spring Exhibition 1st - 31st May 2021 - online

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The spring 2021 exhibition, with over 80 pieces of art, was wonderful


Revisit the pictures from this exhibition.

Summer Exhibition 12th September - 10th October 2020


In the late summer of 2020 the complete WoKAS summer exhibition was online


WoKAS members displayed over 100 works of art through this website.


The art can be seen here.

Winter Exhibition  9th-14th December 2019


This was the last exhibition in our series over several years held at Zion Baptist Church, Tenterden

Spring Exhibition  5th-11th May 2019

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We welcomed many visitors in spring 2019 when they visited to our exhibition, where we had art of all genres and styles to enjoy. 

Open Day, March 16th 2019


Winter Art Exhibition 2018

The exhibition was held at the Zion Baptist Church, Tenterden from Monday, November 26th – Saturday, December 1st 2018 with a Preview Evening, being held on 7pm Sunday, November 25th

The exhibition commenced with the Preview Evening at 7pm on Sunday 25th November where many of the artists were present and the event was officially opened by WoKAS president David Aspinall and Rev Jerry Newson.

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WoKAS president David Aspinall and Rev Jerry Newson open the exhibition