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The Chocolate Factory N16 has 27 artists, makers & designers working around a leafy courtyard. Next Open Studios Sunday 3rd July 2022.
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Michael Brown in G12 explains that “I am essentially a modernist. I believe in progress. I reject the formalism of the minimalists and the intellectualism of conceptual artists. I believe it is the artist’s duty to clearly express the inner … Continue reading
Catherine Hennessy in Studio G1 is showing some new landscape drawings, and a work born from the IKEA catalogue, for Open Studios Weekend. “My work is somewhere between painting and drawing, and I also make sculpture. I love drawing and … Continue reading
Akiko Hirai Ceramics in G3 creates decorative and functional ceramic ware. She tells us that “I’ll be in ‘Collect’ at Saach, SOFA in NY and Chicago, a couple of group shows in France and Holland, Solo exhibition in St. Ives … Continue reading
Mei Kwin Wong in G2 handcrafts unique tableware artwork by integrating different clays into each piece. Each pieces possesses their own individual characteristics and beauty, and Mei’s process ensures each piece is one-of-a-kind. www.kwinstudio.co
Cecilia Vargas explains that her pieces are all “small-format recent collages, that look quite different to the paintings and works on paper of recent years with a few exceptions. They are closer to a more geometric phase of mine of … Continue reading
During Open Studios Weekend Helen Rawlinson in studio F5 will be selling her lampshades, cushions, tea towels and more—with new ideas, samples and stocking fillers for all and up to 20% off her current range of hand screen printed home … Continue reading
Brian Innes in Studio G15 will be showing a series of Life Drawings and Figure Studies for Open Studios Weekend.
Vanessa Rolf in G9’s work focuses on historical narratives, journeys, maps and the physical exploration of landscape. Her textiles relate stitch, texture and composition to maps and documentary photographs but also aim to capture the essence of a place. She … Continue reading