Saturday, 24 July 2010

Update for July 2010

It has been a while since we last updated the website. Please bear with us while we continue to develop plans for the future.

In the meantime, our signed Limited Editions prints are still for sale here.

To place your order, email the following details:

Delivery address
quantity of print(s)
How you wish to pay (credit/debit card, cheque or BACS)

Delivery is 28 days and prints cost £200 unframed, £275 framed. All prices are exclusive of £15 postage and packing.

Profits will be split between Salon for the benefit of the deaf and hard-of-hearing community and the artists who created the original works, except in cases where the artist has agreed for all profits to be reinvested in Salon.

Sunday, 17 May 2009

Summer break

Salon is taking a break this month to allow for new family commitments. For this reason, we will not be undertaking or announcing any plans until further notice.

Unsolicited emails or post sent to Salon will also not be accepted or acknowledged during this time in order to minimise unnecessary disruption. If you need to get in touch with the Director for personal or non-Salon-related reasons, please use alternative contact means. Thanks!

Friday, 1 May 2009

Salon Limited Editions - exhibition photos


The exhibition went ahead for just one night at Nincomsoup, and a good time was had by all.
See the photos as it began to warm up:

Thursday, 19 March 2009

Hearing Times column

Thought you might like to read my column here, which concerns the Salon Limited Editions exhibition:

Don't forget, you can view a selection of the print in the gallery below:

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Salon Limited Editions - The Exhibition

For one night only, Salon is having a private selling exhibition of signed limited edition prints at Nincomsoup in central London on Saturday 25th April at 7pm. 

The prints, made on light-fast Somerset Velvet Enhanced paper, feature a selection of images of contemporary 2D and 3D pieces made by deaf and hard-of-hearing visual artists during Salon activities over the last three years. 

Profits from the sales will be split between Salon and the artists who made the original pieces, except in cases where the artist has specified for all profits to be reinvested in Salon. Framed and unframed prints - either A3 or larger - will be on display, along with order forms that buyers can fill in and return on the spot along with their payment (cash/cheques only). 

Free drinks and nibbles available. 

As the venue is small, capacity is limited and we will have a guest list on the door. Those who RSVP to before 20th March 2009 will receive full venue details including a map. 

Monday, 23 February 2009

Closure of paid membership scheme

We have decided to close our paid membership scheme this month. We did not make progress in our fund-raising and partnership work and cannot continue producing The Lounge at this time. We are also no longer accepting new subscriptions.

We understand that members may be disappointed and would like to offer a full or partial refund to those who did not get their four issues since renewing/starting their subscriptions. If you’d like one, please let us know on

What does Deaf Art mean to you? film clips

At long last! Subtitled YouTube clips of our last workshop at Modern Art Oxford, 'What does Deaf Art mean to you?' are available for viewing in two parts. Enjoy watching.

With thanks to Samuel Dore.

Monday, 6 October 2008

Salon Flash Intro

Designed by James Merry for our old website in 2007.