The 4020 Art Group's latest exhibition is on at the Grapevine Bar at Questors Theatre from Thursday 26 April - Tuesday 16 May.
The bar is open 7 - 10.30pm every evening, plus 12 - 2.30pm Sunday lunchtimes.
Most of the paintings on show are available to purchase at reasonable prices.
Why not drop in for a craft beer or a glass of wine and enjoy a leisurely look round.
To find out more about this local art group visit www.4020artgroup.co.uk or find them on Facebook 4020 Art Group
From Monday 16th April for the following 3 weeks, BEAT artist Vivien Phelan will display her work in her usual place as well as the windows, so lots to see.
The gallery is open daily 11am till 6pm. On the last Friday weather permitting wine and nibbles will be served.
Skylark gallery 1 is in Gabriel wharf next to the OXO tower, Skylark 2 is in the OXO tower.
The Half Moon Putney will be marking its 55th year with 'New Moon' - a free one-day exhibition of artworks Stella Tooth has completed as its Resident Artist on Good Friday, 30 March from 12 -4.30pm.
'Throughout 2017 I have been busy capturing the creative energy of some of the venue's best-loved bands - and will be continuing to document the special events planned with legends of the 60s to the 00s throughout 2018.
The images so far - and the story behind them - are contained in 'New Moon' an online catalogue (link below) which we hope will whet your appetite to see them in the frame.'
A proportion of the money raised from their sale will go to Teenage Cancer Trust, whose Honorary Patron is Roger Daltry, in a drive to raise £55k for the charity, celebrating 55 years of live music at The Half Moon.
Visitors to the exhibition will enjoy a complimentary Gin & Tonic from Sipsmith on arrival. Closest tube: Putney Bridge.
Our first quarterly open studio of the year! Come and experience the art factory with open studios, a print shop, an open bar and refreshments, a kids activity room and plenty of work exhibited around the factory. Entry is free and you can drop in as you please but if you confirm you're coming on eventbrite you'll be entered into our prize draw!
Artist Studios: Richard Wilson/ Agata Di Mastermak/ Stephanie Mill/ Daniela Raytchev/ Shirin Tabeshfar/ Gina Soden/ Marc-Aaron Hyman/ Tom Spencer/ Zoe Angle/ Purling London/ Chris
Spring/ Dasha Fedorova
Saturday 24th 11am - 9pm
Sunday 25th 11am - 5pm
An exhibition of new work by members of the London Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers on the theme of “The Thames and Southwark: Threads of London Life”. It will contain a couple of Christine Eborall tapestries woven in discarded plastic packaging but also a wide range of pieces shopwing all of the Guild members’ skills, many of which will be for sale. There will also be a shop with items hand-made by Guild members that can bought and taken away; a display of handspun skeins; a display in the Refectory Café of bookmarks that will be donated for Cathedral use, and demonstrations of loom weaving, tapestry weaving and spinning.
Harrow Open Studios Winter Fayre : celebrating our 10th year in 2017 *Discover Art on Your Doorstep*
• All venues are FREE • View art work • Meet artists • Buy or commission original affordable art •
Map: for directions to Studio 16 tinyurl.com/TheStablesWinterSale
Dates and Times: Studio 16 is open on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th November 2017 from 11am – 5pm
For further information please visit the Harrow Open Studios website at http://www.harrowopenstudios.com
Feel free to contact Harrow Open Studios at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Secret Art Sale is a two-day art exhibition and sale with an unexpected twist! An affordable way to purchase original art that may be by someone famous. The works are anonymously donated by acclaimed artists, art students, celebrities, architects, illustrators, jewellers and photographers.
Private View: Thursday, 21st September, 6 – 9 pm
Love music? Love vinyl? Love art? Love London? This major solo show from painter-printmaker Martin Grover is for you.
The acclaimed south London-based artist brings his nostalgic paeans to the golden age of vinyl and wry sideways looks at urban life to For Arts Sake this autumn – his second blockbuster solo exhibition with the gallery
GROUP FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION
Shotgun Studios is proud to present STRANGE LANDS, a fine art photography exhibition exploring innovative technologies and surrealism. This group show of emerging and established artists is comprised of 8 eclectic talents; Carolyn Brown, Eleanor Cunningham, Mellissa Fisher, Toni Gallagher, Aphra O’Connor, Ben Palmer, Naomi Vonda and Joseph Warren.
Together they present a dynamic mix of artworks, exploring the surreal, the beautiful and the bizarre. From kaleidoscopic x-rays to fragmented landscapes and glitterised macro insects - this show will take you to a strange world through installation, print and video works.
STRANGE LANDS will run for 1 month, from September 16th – October 13th 2017, with an exhibition launch party on Friday 15th September 6:00pm - 10:00pm, featuring a DJ, live music and other surprises! It’s not to be missed.
BEAT artists Gordon Cookson, woodturner, is showing his wooden wall plaque as part of The Quaker Tapestry Exhibition. It was inspired by The Prism Tapestry at the same size as the original (25” x 21” ) and is made out of an old pitch pine bench from the Ealing Meeting House.
Courtesy of Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre, over 25 BEAT artists have got together to put on an art and crafts exhibition and sale. This will be a preview of what will be on show in September when BEAT holds its annual open studio art trail across the Borough.
Entry is free so why not come along and browse for a while... and maybe find something to buy!
Monday to Saturday - 10am to 5.30pm
Sunday - 11am to 5pm
Exhibiting BEAT artists
This is an exciting first for Water Street Gallery – an exhibition with a sole focus on abstraction, both ‘pure’ abstraction and works towards abstraction derived from the visual world.
With the theme of ‘Towards Abstraction’ (rather than pure abstraction) many artists in this exhibition do work from reference points whether oriented in landscape, organic, urban and architecture, expressive, or looking inwardly and through personal experience. These elements are then broken down, abstracted, processed into new forms and visual language. Seeing the works in this exhibition – painting, sculpture, original prints, ceramics – it is apparent that the artists’ knowledge of pure abstraction of the early 20th Century has been absorbed and used freely, moving back and forth from purity to visceral reality, blurring the boundaries, in a good way.'
Featuring BEAT artist David Wiseman LG.
BEAT artist Gordon Cookson and his friends from the Middlesex Woodturners Association are exhibiting and demonstrating at the Combined Arts Exhibition in Ruislip. Gordon will be demonstrating on the Bank Holiday Monday, May 29th.
Friday May 26th 12-5pm , Saturday May 27th to Thursday June 1st 10am-5pm, Friday June 2nd 10am to 4pm.
'Iona Stern, Jo Vollers, Helen Adie & Caroline Atkins an exhibition of colour, theatre, intrigue and expression.'
TAKE 4 painters and printmakers – an exhibition of colour, theatre, intrigue and expression.
Monday 22nd – Saturday 27th 10am-6m daily
Featuring BEAT artists Iona Stern.
IMPACT Theatre a registered charity organisation is very pleased to invite you to:
'The Vibrant Colours'
an upcoming group Art Exhibition ( Free Entry) on Sat 20th May 2017 - 11am-5pm at The Old Bowls Club, Kenton Recreation Ground, Harrow, HA3 8AX.
Artists from IMPACT regularly study the work of both old Masters and Contemporary artists and the work displayed on Sat 20th May 2017 shows a sample of the studies they have made.
Looking closely at figure drawing the group copied the work of the American artist Norman Rockwell. They went on to focus on self portraits studying the work of Lucien Freud. The colour studies shown in the portfolio have all sold to a set designer for the film industry to be used in a television production.
In March the group visited the David Hockney exhibition at the TATE Gallery and the work you will see on shows the artists working in Hockney’s style. The artists will continue to study his work and inspired by the vibrant colours develop their own work.
Impact Theatre really does encourage its members to take part in the many aspects of the successful running of the company and facilitates as much input from its members as possible, and its main aims are to promote a positive image of disability and to develop communication and self-confidence, through participation in performing and creative arts.