Focusing on the disciplines of portraiture, figurative painting, printmaking and sculpture, the Heatherley School of Fine Art has a proud heritage as a teaching institution
After a long career as a computer analyst, Keith Davidson decided to follow his passion and become a full-time artist. Initially, he chose to focus on photography and digital manipulation; those disciplines enabled him to establish a natural, comfortable relationship with the computer as an artistic tool.
Relax, have fun and unleash your creativity at Mella Mella’s ceramic café and pottery studio
‘This might sound strange,’ admits Mel Gunaydin. ‘But the trick when teaching beginners to use a pottery wheel is to make them close their eyes
when they’re trying to centre a pot. That’s actually the hardest thing to do – and they must feel it, not look at it.’
Artist Stephanie Villalba and her team of tutors are providing all ages with the chance to learn classical artistic skills and be creative in an inspiring studio space
Carrie Reichardt, internationally renowned mosaic artist and co-author of Mad in Chiswick, lives in her own unique public artwork. You certainly can’t miss it… I’d be surprised if there’s a more gloriously distinctive property in Chiswick. Friends always fondly refer to it as the ‘crazy mosaic place’ – and that pretty much says it all.