The Spring Collection by the Late Ruth Leibman

Last year, Wac Arts collaborated with The Ruth Leibman Will Trust to showcase some of the best paintings created by the Late Ruth Leibman. We received an overwhelming response from the viewers, and are delighted to announce the return of Ruth’s work at Wac Arts premises. ‘The Spring Collection’ reflects Ruth’s take on Hampstead Heath back then, featuring highly reminiscent portraits and landscapes executed in the vicinity of Belsize Park and in Kew Gardens, together with landscapes executed in the vicinity of her mobile home near Tewkesbury.

The paintings like ‘View from country after the storm’, ‘Gerberas and re rose’, ‘Two Shells’, ‘Hydrangeas’, in the collection present her observation and personal encounters with the nature. The retrospective exhibition will showcase Ruth’s work over the years, displaying paintings from as early 1950s until late 1990s.

Wac Arts, along with the Ruth Leibman Will Trust, is holding an opening night for the exhibition, featuring still life and portraiture, on April 16th 2015, 6:30 – 8:30 PM. The exhibition will be open for public April 26th onwards, every Thursday 6:30-8:30 PM till May 28th 2015. The entire collection is available to buy, with all proceeds from the sale supporting the charitable work of Wac Arts.

About Ruth Leibman

Ruth Sylvia Leibman was born in Glasgow in 1927, and moved to Belsize Park in 1948.  She died on 5th August 2000 at the age of 73. Ruth left a body of work with the express wish that one or more retrospective exhibitions should be mounted after her death. These artworks passed into the ownership of The Ruth Leibman Will Trust, which has been holding retrospective exhibitions of the artistic legacy of the late Ruth Sylvia Leibman. Browse through to know more about Ruth and to have a look on some magnificent examples of her work.

About Wac Arts

Wac Arts is a dynamic, multi-functional charity (reg: charity no. 267043) for young people, enabling them through arts and media activities and a holistic package of support and guidance. It provides a range of entry level and professional training in the arts for young people aged 5-25. The programmes offer fun and engaging artistic activities to support young people develop a life-long interest in the arts. Visit for further information on programmes offered by Wac Arts.

Duration 23 April 2015 - 28 May 2015
Times Every Thursday, 18:30-20:30
Cost Free
Venue Wac Arts
Address Town Hall, Belsize Park London NW3 4QP, ,
Contact 020 7692 5800 / /

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