In recent years ceramic artist Zoe Lloyd has pursued parallel creative and educational careers. Since graduating from the Royal College of Art she has combined her love of making and exhibiting her own work with teaching (she also has a PGCE from the Institute of Education) at Wood Lane High School and the West London Free School and giving creative art classes to elderly people with dementia.
Summer holiday drawing and painting classes that allow young people of all abilities to develop their artistic skills
25 Blythe Road – On 17 October auction house, 25 Blythe Road, will be holding its prestigious bi-annual sale of British and Continental pictures and prints dating from the 16th to the 21st century.
Auriol Herford (second right) A creative oasis for all ages and abilities The Autumn term is about to begin at Kite Studios and with it an exciting array of bespoke and group classes for everyone from 18 month-old toddlers and home-schoolers to adult beginners and artist-makers. Opened in 2005, the buzzing warren of studios is […]
What’s on: Hepsibah Gallery | Emma Rose & Louise Rushford 20-23 September
What’s on: Hepsibah Gallery | Hannah van Bergen 13-19 Sep | Emma Rose & Louise Rushford 20-23 Sep
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
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
Kite Studios: Making Art Accessible – The award-winning Kite Studios is a creative oasis for all ages and abilities
Chelsea Fine Arts: Artistic Endeavour – Summer art classes for children