Ripley - Palace House
As of the 30th October 2018 Ripley's portrait of Pivotal is presented at Palace House, Newmarket (UK), where it now forms part of their permanent collection.
The picture is displayed in the Museum’s Gallery 6.
National Heritage Centre for Horseracing & Sporting Art
Palace House, Palace Street, Newmarket, CB8 8EP
Palace House Press Release .PDF
Ripley - Art Fair East
Works presented: To Be Announced
30 November - 2 December 2018
The Halls, St Andrew Plain, Norwich, NR3 1AU
Thursday 29th November 6pm to 9pm
OPEN TO PUBLIC:
Friday 30th November 10.30am to 5.30pm
Saturday 1st December 10.30am to 6.00pm
Sunday 2nd December 10.30am to 5pm
Further information : artfaireast.com
Ripley - Coolmore Stud, Ireland
As of January 2018 Ripley's portrait of The Gurkha was installed at Coolmore Stud, Ireland.
Ripley - The Munnings Art Museum
7th October 2017 (arrival; 11:15am lecture; 12-1pm)
Ripley was invited as the speaker for the inaugural Munnings Birthday Lecture at The Munnings Art Museum in Dedham Vale (Nr Colchester, UK).
Solo Exhibition & talk
Ripley - Ascot Racecourse, Ascot, UK
As of 2017, Ripley's portrait of Estimate forms part of a permanent installation at Ascot Racecourse about his work.
Presented on a 'living' wall, the framed picture is a replica of the picture Ripley presented to Her Majesty The Queen in 2016.
A video is also presented which highlights details within the Estimate portrait, as well as other works such as The Gurkha, California Chrome, Postponed, Galileo Gold, Leopard Spotted Horse and many more …
Ripley - The Kennels, Goodwood House, Sussex, UK
'An evening with Ripley'
26th November 2015 : Private view and talk.
Ripley - London Art Fair
21 - 25 January 2015
Business Design Centre
52 Upper Street
London N1 0QH
Ripley - The July Week Exhibition 2014. The Jockey Club Rooms, Newmarket.
Solo Exhibition: 'Ripley - The July Week Exhibition'
8 July : Public Open Day
9 - 12 July : Private View
Extended view of individual works : September 16 - November 8 (Private View).
Ripley was invited by The Jockey Club Rooms in Newmarket to hold the world premier exhibition of his thoroughbred racehorse portraiture throughout the July Week Festival 2014. Twelve pictures were presented. (No works were offered for sale).
The Jockey Club has been at the forefront of British Horse Racing for over 250 years and their Rooms in Newmarket house one of the most distinguished collections of horse racing art in Great Britain. Masterpieces within their collection include works by esteemed painters; George Stubbs, J F Herring Senior, John Ferneley, JN Sartorius, Emil Adam and Sir Alfred Munnings. Patron: Her Majesty The Queen.