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TOP 5 BIRMINGHAM ARTISTS

7th July, 2020

Raj Hundal is mentioned as one of the top five Birmingham based artists who are worth following this month.  Her collection of art is described as varied, vibrant and joyful.  

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Ikon For Artists - Instagram - March 202

IKON GALLER, BIRMINGHAM

17 - 31 May 2021

Ikon Gallery is opening it's doors after lockdown for visitors to see artwork from 250 Birmingham based artists.  All works are for sale.  If you would like to take a look, all listings and artists' details are online or book a visit to the gallery to see the artworks in the flesh.  Raj's beautiful piece 'Ocean's Rapture' will be on display in the exhibition.  Please visit!

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THE ART EDIT (HOUSE & GARDEN)

October 2020 issue

Raj Hundal, as seen in House & Garden magazine.  This special art issue shows varied and unique artists worth looking at.

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October, 2014

During the conservation works of The Coffin Works, an open art competition asking the public and a school to use the factory, its history and architecture to inspire their work. The three winners of the competition plus two runners up had their work displayed in the gallery space. Please visit the 'Inspired by Newman Brothers'  pages created as a permanent online gallery of the artwork. Funded by the  artists.  Raj Hundal's piece 'Progress' was one of the runners up. 

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OWLS FLOCK TO BIRMINGHAM MUSEUM & ART GALLERY

8th July, 2015

A parliament of owls flocked to Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery for the launch of The Little Hoot.

Over 114 schools and 25,000 students have been involved with the fundraiser, which aimed to raise thousands of pounds for Birmingham Children’s Hospital.  Raj Hundal worked with school pupils at a school in Selly Oak, Birmingham, to help design and make their own 'Bernard Button' who was displayed centre stage at the art gallery.  This owl has now found it's permanent home at the primary school where it was made.

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