Aspiring artists are invited to submit their portrayals of HM Queen Elizabeth II for a major summer exhibition in London to mark the Platinum Jubilee. The successful applicants will have their artworks depicting Her Majesty on show as part of ART SAVE THE QUEEN, a celebratory exhibition to coincide with the Queen’s Jubilee this summer. Budding artists selected from the open call will see their work displayed alongside established artists such as Mr Brainwash and Alison Jackson, as well as across prominent poster sites on the London Underground.

Curated by Ad Lib Gallery, ART SAVE THE QUEEN will open 2–12 June at gallery@oxo on London’s South Bank. Portrayals of HM Queen Elizabeth II by 52 established and emerging international artists will be showcased in the free exhibition as Britain celebrates the monarch’s 70 remarkable years on the throne. Mr Brainwash, Alison Jackson, Chris Levine, Darren Coffield, Elmo Hood, Pure Evil and Scarlett Raven are just some of the artists whose work will be featured in the exhibition.

Ad Lib Gallery is inviting additional artists to create and submit their own personal portrayals of the Queen from Monday 4 April for consideration. Works selected for ART SAVE THE QUEEN will be featured on prominent poster sites at Victoria Station from 30 May for four weeks and on public exhibition at the gallery@oxo from 2–12 June 2022. 10% of revenue generated from the gallery exhibition will be donated to Choose Love’s Ukrainian Appeal. For further details and information about how to submit work, please visit The closing date for submissions is 22 April 2022.

Ad Lib Gallery’s Dylan Roberts comments, “HM Queen Elizabeth II is a true icon and an inspiration to people everywhere. We are so excited to pay tribute to her with this exhibition and have been overwhelmed by the work the artistic community is submitting, underlining what a cultural inspiration the Queen is. We were very keen to open this up to the public and consider work from budding artists out there who are also excited to be part of the Jubilee celebrations. We can’t wait to see the work coming in and hope to discover some incredible talent over the next month.”

Selected pieces from the ART SAVE THE QUEEN project including work by Nasser Azam, Adam Bricusse, Karen Bystedt, Catman, Elena Cecchinato, Michal Cole, Richard Colson, Ricardo Cinalli, Abigail Fallis, Tom Lumley, Rachel Megawhat, James Mylne, Molly Parkin, Carrie Reichardt, Nick Reynolds, Ernesto Romano and Will Teather will be made into NFTs, with a drop date of 1 June 2022.