Kite Studios: Making Art Accessible – The award-winning Kite Studios is a creative oasis for all ages and abilities
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.
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.
Ben and Sandra Ben Francis and Sandra Saxinger have recently joined the enthusiastic team at London Auctions ‘When I joined Sotheby’s, it was my first time in an auction house and I didn’t understand what was going on. But I loved the buzz, the fact that it was all so theatrical.’ Clearly, after that initial […]
The Arts and Crafts interiors of Emery Walker’s House are open to the public after 18 months of extensive restoration work. Step over the threshold and you enter a period gem… ‘I visited 7 Hammersmith Terrace yesterday and was enchanted with the house. There is no other (William) Morris interior in London to equal it… […]
Artists at Home 2017 57 pop-up exhibitions await you across Chiswick, Hammersmith and Shepherds Bush. 71 artists will be delighted to welcome you to their houses, studios and flats, to view paintings, glass-making, ceramics, printmaking, sculpture, photographs, textiles, and jewellery. This is an exciting chance to discover new original work for your home and to […]
Christmas is a time for families to come together and cherish one another. Spare a thought for those children and their parents who struggle, often due to circumstances beyond their control. Here we take a look at a local charity offering valued practical support and advice for those less fortunate than ourselves. In 1917, the […]