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Jan
22
Sat
Metamorphosis by Hazel Florez @ Lauderdale House
Jan 22 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

‘Metamorphosis’ is a collection of fantastical and surreal paintings and drawings by Hazel Florez. The theme of transition and transmutation tie together this collection of works that explore dream worlds and the symbolic realm of the subconscious.

Influenced by concepts of Jungian psychology, this exhibition invites the viewer into a world of mystical and mythological storytelling. Central to the exhibition is a series of wooden panel paintings each showing a different stage in alchemical transformation. Alchemy is the medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of matter, in particular with attempts to convert base metals into gold or find a universal elixir. However, in this exhibition alchemy is also explored in myths, psychological transformation and the reclaiming of powerful female archetypes in the form of symbols of the classical goddesses. As part of her research and creative process, for this exhibition, Florez has drawn inspiration from alchemical manuscripts at The Ritman Library Archive based in Amsterdam. She invites her viewers to step into the realms of magic and the otherworldly.

Hazel Florez (b. 1984) is a UK artist based in a London Studio in Hackney. She graduated at Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh college of Art from the MA Fine Art program in 2007. She is currently represented by Bridgeman Images. She has exhibited with a number of London art collectors and galleries including, The Holy Art, The Tub Gallery, Purslane, and The Vacant Museum.

Royal Photographic Society @ Lauderdale House
Jan 22 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Annual Exhibition gives The Royal Photographic Society the opportunity to showcase just a small selection of the work of London Region members. Images represent many genres and styles – from travel to contemporary, from portraiture to street – and much more.

The photographers themselves range from those new to the art and practice of photography to those who have attained an ‘FRPS’, the highest level of the Society’s Distinctions:  some members work professionally or semi-professionally.  Some images are taken on film, others with the latest digital camera. You can expect to see 70+ framed and mounted prints and a number of images displayed digitally.

Jan
23
Sun
Metamorphosis by Hazel Florez @ Lauderdale House
Jan 23 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

‘Metamorphosis’ is a collection of fantastical and surreal paintings and drawings by Hazel Florez. The theme of transition and transmutation tie together this collection of works that explore dream worlds and the symbolic realm of the subconscious.

Influenced by concepts of Jungian psychology, this exhibition invites the viewer into a world of mystical and mythological storytelling. Central to the exhibition is a series of wooden panel paintings each showing a different stage in alchemical transformation. Alchemy is the medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of matter, in particular with attempts to convert base metals into gold or find a universal elixir. However, in this exhibition alchemy is also explored in myths, psychological transformation and the reclaiming of powerful female archetypes in the form of symbols of the classical goddesses. As part of her research and creative process, for this exhibition, Florez has drawn inspiration from alchemical manuscripts at The Ritman Library Archive based in Amsterdam. She invites her viewers to step into the realms of magic and the otherworldly.

Hazel Florez (b. 1984) is a UK artist based in a London Studio in Hackney. She graduated at Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh college of Art from the MA Fine Art program in 2007. She is currently represented by Bridgeman Images. She has exhibited with a number of London art collectors and galleries including, The Holy Art, The Tub Gallery, Purslane, and The Vacant Museum.

Royal Photographic Society @ Lauderdale House
Jan 23 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Annual Exhibition gives The Royal Photographic Society the opportunity to showcase just a small selection of the work of London Region members. Images represent many genres and styles – from travel to contemporary, from portraiture to street – and much more.

The photographers themselves range from those new to the art and practice of photography to those who have attained an ‘FRPS’, the highest level of the Society’s Distinctions:  some members work professionally or semi-professionally.  Some images are taken on film, others with the latest digital camera. You can expect to see 70+ framed and mounted prints and a number of images displayed digitally.

Jan
24
Mon
Metamorphosis by Hazel Florez @ Lauderdale House
Jan 24 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

‘Metamorphosis’ is a collection of fantastical and surreal paintings and drawings by Hazel Florez. The theme of transition and transmutation tie together this collection of works that explore dream worlds and the symbolic realm of the subconscious.

Influenced by concepts of Jungian psychology, this exhibition invites the viewer into a world of mystical and mythological storytelling. Central to the exhibition is a series of wooden panel paintings each showing a different stage in alchemical transformation. Alchemy is the medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of matter, in particular with attempts to convert base metals into gold or find a universal elixir. However, in this exhibition alchemy is also explored in myths, psychological transformation and the reclaiming of powerful female archetypes in the form of symbols of the classical goddesses. As part of her research and creative process, for this exhibition, Florez has drawn inspiration from alchemical manuscripts at The Ritman Library Archive based in Amsterdam. She invites her viewers to step into the realms of magic and the otherworldly.

Hazel Florez (b. 1984) is a UK artist based in a London Studio in Hackney. She graduated at Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh college of Art from the MA Fine Art program in 2007. She is currently represented by Bridgeman Images. She has exhibited with a number of London art collectors and galleries including, The Holy Art, The Tub Gallery, Purslane, and The Vacant Museum.

Royal Photographic Society @ Lauderdale House
Jan 24 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Annual Exhibition gives The Royal Photographic Society the opportunity to showcase just a small selection of the work of London Region members. Images represent many genres and styles – from travel to contemporary, from portraiture to street – and much more.

The photographers themselves range from those new to the art and practice of photography to those who have attained an ‘FRPS’, the highest level of the Society’s Distinctions:  some members work professionally or semi-professionally.  Some images are taken on film, others with the latest digital camera. You can expect to see 70+ framed and mounted prints and a number of images displayed digitally.

Jan
25
Tue
Metamorphosis by Hazel Florez @ Lauderdale House
Jan 25 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

‘Metamorphosis’ is a collection of fantastical and surreal paintings and drawings by Hazel Florez. The theme of transition and transmutation tie together this collection of works that explore dream worlds and the symbolic realm of the subconscious.

Influenced by concepts of Jungian psychology, this exhibition invites the viewer into a world of mystical and mythological storytelling. Central to the exhibition is a series of wooden panel paintings each showing a different stage in alchemical transformation. Alchemy is the medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of matter, in particular with attempts to convert base metals into gold or find a universal elixir. However, in this exhibition alchemy is also explored in myths, psychological transformation and the reclaiming of powerful female archetypes in the form of symbols of the classical goddesses. As part of her research and creative process, for this exhibition, Florez has drawn inspiration from alchemical manuscripts at The Ritman Library Archive based in Amsterdam. She invites her viewers to step into the realms of magic and the otherworldly.

Hazel Florez (b. 1984) is a UK artist based in a London Studio in Hackney. She graduated at Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh college of Art from the MA Fine Art program in 2007. She is currently represented by Bridgeman Images. She has exhibited with a number of London art collectors and galleries including, The Holy Art, The Tub Gallery, Purslane, and The Vacant Museum.

Royal Photographic Society @ Lauderdale House
Jan 25 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Annual Exhibition gives The Royal Photographic Society the opportunity to showcase just a small selection of the work of London Region members. Images represent many genres and styles – from travel to contemporary, from portraiture to street – and much more.

The photographers themselves range from those new to the art and practice of photography to those who have attained an ‘FRPS’, the highest level of the Society’s Distinctions:  some members work professionally or semi-professionally.  Some images are taken on film, others with the latest digital camera. You can expect to see 70+ framed and mounted prints and a number of images displayed digitally.

Jan
26
Wed
Metamorphosis by Hazel Florez @ Lauderdale House
Jan 26 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

‘Metamorphosis’ is a collection of fantastical and surreal paintings and drawings by Hazel Florez. The theme of transition and transmutation tie together this collection of works that explore dream worlds and the symbolic realm of the subconscious.

Influenced by concepts of Jungian psychology, this exhibition invites the viewer into a world of mystical and mythological storytelling. Central to the exhibition is a series of wooden panel paintings each showing a different stage in alchemical transformation. Alchemy is the medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of matter, in particular with attempts to convert base metals into gold or find a universal elixir. However, in this exhibition alchemy is also explored in myths, psychological transformation and the reclaiming of powerful female archetypes in the form of symbols of the classical goddesses. As part of her research and creative process, for this exhibition, Florez has drawn inspiration from alchemical manuscripts at The Ritman Library Archive based in Amsterdam. She invites her viewers to step into the realms of magic and the otherworldly.

Hazel Florez (b. 1984) is a UK artist based in a London Studio in Hackney. She graduated at Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh college of Art from the MA Fine Art program in 2007. She is currently represented by Bridgeman Images. She has exhibited with a number of London art collectors and galleries including, The Holy Art, The Tub Gallery, Purslane, and The Vacant Museum.

Royal Photographic Society @ Lauderdale House
Jan 26 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Annual Exhibition gives The Royal Photographic Society the opportunity to showcase just a small selection of the work of London Region members. Images represent many genres and styles – from travel to contemporary, from portraiture to street – and much more.

The photographers themselves range from those new to the art and practice of photography to those who have attained an ‘FRPS’, the highest level of the Society’s Distinctions:  some members work professionally or semi-professionally.  Some images are taken on film, others with the latest digital camera. You can expect to see 70+ framed and mounted prints and a number of images displayed digitally.

Jan
27
Thu
Metamorphosis by Hazel Florez @ Lauderdale House
Jan 27 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

‘Metamorphosis’ is a collection of fantastical and surreal paintings and drawings by Hazel Florez. The theme of transition and transmutation tie together this collection of works that explore dream worlds and the symbolic realm of the subconscious.

Influenced by concepts of Jungian psychology, this exhibition invites the viewer into a world of mystical and mythological storytelling. Central to the exhibition is a series of wooden panel paintings each showing a different stage in alchemical transformation. Alchemy is the medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of matter, in particular with attempts to convert base metals into gold or find a universal elixir. However, in this exhibition alchemy is also explored in myths, psychological transformation and the reclaiming of powerful female archetypes in the form of symbols of the classical goddesses. As part of her research and creative process, for this exhibition, Florez has drawn inspiration from alchemical manuscripts at The Ritman Library Archive based in Amsterdam. She invites her viewers to step into the realms of magic and the otherworldly.

Hazel Florez (b. 1984) is a UK artist based in a London Studio in Hackney. She graduated at Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh college of Art from the MA Fine Art program in 2007. She is currently represented by Bridgeman Images. She has exhibited with a number of London art collectors and galleries including, The Holy Art, The Tub Gallery, Purslane, and The Vacant Museum.

Royal Photographic Society @ Lauderdale House
Jan 27 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Annual Exhibition gives The Royal Photographic Society the opportunity to showcase just a small selection of the work of London Region members. Images represent many genres and styles – from travel to contemporary, from portraiture to street – and much more.

The photographers themselves range from those new to the art and practice of photography to those who have attained an ‘FRPS’, the highest level of the Society’s Distinctions:  some members work professionally or semi-professionally.  Some images are taken on film, others with the latest digital camera. You can expect to see 70+ framed and mounted prints and a number of images displayed digitally.

Jan
28
Fri
Metamorphosis by Hazel Florez @ Lauderdale House
Jan 28 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

‘Metamorphosis’ is a collection of fantastical and surreal paintings and drawings by Hazel Florez. The theme of transition and transmutation tie together this collection of works that explore dream worlds and the symbolic realm of the subconscious.

Influenced by concepts of Jungian psychology, this exhibition invites the viewer into a world of mystical and mythological storytelling. Central to the exhibition is a series of wooden panel paintings each showing a different stage in alchemical transformation. Alchemy is the medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of matter, in particular with attempts to convert base metals into gold or find a universal elixir. However, in this exhibition alchemy is also explored in myths, psychological transformation and the reclaiming of powerful female archetypes in the form of symbols of the classical goddesses. As part of her research and creative process, for this exhibition, Florez has drawn inspiration from alchemical manuscripts at The Ritman Library Archive based in Amsterdam. She invites her viewers to step into the realms of magic and the otherworldly.

Hazel Florez (b. 1984) is a UK artist based in a London Studio in Hackney. She graduated at Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh college of Art from the MA Fine Art program in 2007. She is currently represented by Bridgeman Images. She has exhibited with a number of London art collectors and galleries including, The Holy Art, The Tub Gallery, Purslane, and The Vacant Museum.

Royal Photographic Society @ Lauderdale House
Jan 28 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Annual Exhibition gives The Royal Photographic Society the opportunity to showcase just a small selection of the work of London Region members. Images represent many genres and styles – from travel to contemporary, from portraiture to street – and much more.

The photographers themselves range from those new to the art and practice of photography to those who have attained an ‘FRPS’, the highest level of the Society’s Distinctions:  some members work professionally or semi-professionally.  Some images are taken on film, others with the latest digital camera. You can expect to see 70+ framed and mounted prints and a number of images displayed digitally.

Jan
29
Sat
Metamorphosis by Hazel Florez @ Lauderdale House
Jan 29 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

‘Metamorphosis’ is a collection of fantastical and surreal paintings and drawings by Hazel Florez. The theme of transition and transmutation tie together this collection of works that explore dream worlds and the symbolic realm of the subconscious.

Influenced by concepts of Jungian psychology, this exhibition invites the viewer into a world of mystical and mythological storytelling. Central to the exhibition is a series of wooden panel paintings each showing a different stage in alchemical transformation. Alchemy is the medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of matter, in particular with attempts to convert base metals into gold or find a universal elixir. However, in this exhibition alchemy is also explored in myths, psychological transformation and the reclaiming of powerful female archetypes in the form of symbols of the classical goddesses. As part of her research and creative process, for this exhibition, Florez has drawn inspiration from alchemical manuscripts at The Ritman Library Archive based in Amsterdam. She invites her viewers to step into the realms of magic and the otherworldly.

Hazel Florez (b. 1984) is a UK artist based in a London Studio in Hackney. She graduated at Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh college of Art from the MA Fine Art program in 2007. She is currently represented by Bridgeman Images. She has exhibited with a number of London art collectors and galleries including, The Holy Art, The Tub Gallery, Purslane, and The Vacant Museum.

Royal Photographic Society @ Lauderdale House
Jan 29 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Annual Exhibition gives The Royal Photographic Society the opportunity to showcase just a small selection of the work of London Region members. Images represent many genres and styles – from travel to contemporary, from portraiture to street – and much more.

The photographers themselves range from those new to the art and practice of photography to those who have attained an ‘FRPS’, the highest level of the Society’s Distinctions:  some members work professionally or semi-professionally.  Some images are taken on film, others with the latest digital camera. You can expect to see 70+ framed and mounted prints and a number of images displayed digitally.

Jan
30
Sun
Metamorphosis by Hazel Florez @ Lauderdale House
Jan 30 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

‘Metamorphosis’ is a collection of fantastical and surreal paintings and drawings by Hazel Florez. The theme of transition and transmutation tie together this collection of works that explore dream worlds and the symbolic realm of the subconscious.

Influenced by concepts of Jungian psychology, this exhibition invites the viewer into a world of mystical and mythological storytelling. Central to the exhibition is a series of wooden panel paintings each showing a different stage in alchemical transformation. Alchemy is the medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of matter, in particular with attempts to convert base metals into gold or find a universal elixir. However, in this exhibition alchemy is also explored in myths, psychological transformation and the reclaiming of powerful female archetypes in the form of symbols of the classical goddesses. As part of her research and creative process, for this exhibition, Florez has drawn inspiration from alchemical manuscripts at The Ritman Library Archive based in Amsterdam. She invites her viewers to step into the realms of magic and the otherworldly.

Hazel Florez (b. 1984) is a UK artist based in a London Studio in Hackney. She graduated at Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh college of Art from the MA Fine Art program in 2007. She is currently represented by Bridgeman Images. She has exhibited with a number of London art collectors and galleries including, The Holy Art, The Tub Gallery, Purslane, and The Vacant Museum.

Royal Photographic Society @ Lauderdale House
Jan 30 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Annual Exhibition gives The Royal Photographic Society the opportunity to showcase just a small selection of the work of London Region members. Images represent many genres and styles – from travel to contemporary, from portraiture to street – and much more.

The photographers themselves range from those new to the art and practice of photography to those who have attained an ‘FRPS’, the highest level of the Society’s Distinctions:  some members work professionally or semi-professionally.  Some images are taken on film, others with the latest digital camera. You can expect to see 70+ framed and mounted prints and a number of images displayed digitally.

Jan
31
Mon
Metamorphosis by Hazel Florez @ Lauderdale House
Jan 31 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

‘Metamorphosis’ is a collection of fantastical and surreal paintings and drawings by Hazel Florez. The theme of transition and transmutation tie together this collection of works that explore dream worlds and the symbolic realm of the subconscious.

Influenced by concepts of Jungian psychology, this exhibition invites the viewer into a world of mystical and mythological storytelling. Central to the exhibition is a series of wooden panel paintings each showing a different stage in alchemical transformation. Alchemy is the medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of matter, in particular with attempts to convert base metals into gold or find a universal elixir. However, in this exhibition alchemy is also explored in myths, psychological transformation and the reclaiming of powerful female archetypes in the form of symbols of the classical goddesses. As part of her research and creative process, for this exhibition, Florez has drawn inspiration from alchemical manuscripts at The Ritman Library Archive based in Amsterdam. She invites her viewers to step into the realms of magic and the otherworldly.

Hazel Florez (b. 1984) is a UK artist based in a London Studio in Hackney. She graduated at Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh college of Art from the MA Fine Art program in 2007. She is currently represented by Bridgeman Images. She has exhibited with a number of London art collectors and galleries including, The Holy Art, The Tub Gallery, Purslane, and The Vacant Museum.

Royal Photographic Society @ Lauderdale House
Jan 31 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Annual Exhibition gives The Royal Photographic Society the opportunity to showcase just a small selection of the work of London Region members. Images represent many genres and styles – from travel to contemporary, from portraiture to street – and much more.

The photographers themselves range from those new to the art and practice of photography to those who have attained an ‘FRPS’, the highest level of the Society’s Distinctions:  some members work professionally or semi-professionally.  Some images are taken on film, others with the latest digital camera. You can expect to see 70+ framed and mounted prints and a number of images displayed digitally.

Feb
1
Tue
Metamorphosis by Hazel Florez @ Lauderdale House
Feb 1 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

‘Metamorphosis’ is a collection of fantastical and surreal paintings and drawings by Hazel Florez. The theme of transition and transmutation tie together this collection of works that explore dream worlds and the symbolic realm of the subconscious.

Influenced by concepts of Jungian psychology, this exhibition invites the viewer into a world of mystical and mythological storytelling. Central to the exhibition is a series of wooden panel paintings each showing a different stage in alchemical transformation. Alchemy is the medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of matter, in particular with attempts to convert base metals into gold or find a universal elixir. However, in this exhibition alchemy is also explored in myths, psychological transformation and the reclaiming of powerful female archetypes in the form of symbols of the classical goddesses. As part of her research and creative process, for this exhibition, Florez has drawn inspiration from alchemical manuscripts at The Ritman Library Archive based in Amsterdam. She invites her viewers to step into the realms of magic and the otherworldly.

Hazel Florez (b. 1984) is a UK artist based in a London Studio in Hackney. She graduated at Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh college of Art from the MA Fine Art program in 2007. She is currently represented by Bridgeman Images. She has exhibited with a number of London art collectors and galleries including, The Holy Art, The Tub Gallery, Purslane, and The Vacant Museum.

Royal Photographic Society @ Lauderdale House
Feb 1 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Annual Exhibition gives The Royal Photographic Society the opportunity to showcase just a small selection of the work of London Region members. Images represent many genres and styles – from travel to contemporary, from portraiture to street – and much more.

The photographers themselves range from those new to the art and practice of photography to those who have attained an ‘FRPS’, the highest level of the Society’s Distinctions:  some members work professionally or semi-professionally.  Some images are taken on film, others with the latest digital camera. You can expect to see 70+ framed and mounted prints and a number of images displayed digitally.

Feb
2
Wed
Metamorphosis by Hazel Florez @ Lauderdale House
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

‘Metamorphosis’ is a collection of fantastical and surreal paintings and drawings by Hazel Florez. The theme of transition and transmutation tie together this collection of works that explore dream worlds and the symbolic realm of the subconscious.

Influenced by concepts of Jungian psychology, this exhibition invites the viewer into a world of mystical and mythological storytelling. Central to the exhibition is a series of wooden panel paintings each showing a different stage in alchemical transformation. Alchemy is the medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of matter, in particular with attempts to convert base metals into gold or find a universal elixir. However, in this exhibition alchemy is also explored in myths, psychological transformation and the reclaiming of powerful female archetypes in the form of symbols of the classical goddesses. As part of her research and creative process, for this exhibition, Florez has drawn inspiration from alchemical manuscripts at The Ritman Library Archive based in Amsterdam. She invites her viewers to step into the realms of magic and the otherworldly.

Hazel Florez (b. 1984) is a UK artist based in a London Studio in Hackney. She graduated at Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh college of Art from the MA Fine Art program in 2007. She is currently represented by Bridgeman Images. She has exhibited with a number of London art collectors and galleries including, The Holy Art, The Tub Gallery, Purslane, and The Vacant Museum.

Royal Photographic Society @ Lauderdale House
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Annual Exhibition gives The Royal Photographic Society the opportunity to showcase just a small selection of the work of London Region members. Images represent many genres and styles – from travel to contemporary, from portraiture to street – and much more.

The photographers themselves range from those new to the art and practice of photography to those who have attained an ‘FRPS’, the highest level of the Society’s Distinctions:  some members work professionally or semi-professionally.  Some images are taken on film, others with the latest digital camera. You can expect to see 70+ framed and mounted prints and a number of images displayed digitally.

Feb
3
Thu
Metamorphosis by Hazel Florez @ Lauderdale House
Feb 3 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

‘Metamorphosis’ is a collection of fantastical and surreal paintings and drawings by Hazel Florez. The theme of transition and transmutation tie together this collection of works that explore dream worlds and the symbolic realm of the subconscious.

Influenced by concepts of Jungian psychology, this exhibition invites the viewer into a world of mystical and mythological storytelling. Central to the exhibition is a series of wooden panel paintings each showing a different stage in alchemical transformation. Alchemy is the medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of matter, in particular with attempts to convert base metals into gold or find a universal elixir. However, in this exhibition alchemy is also explored in myths, psychological transformation and the reclaiming of powerful female archetypes in the form of symbols of the classical goddesses. As part of her research and creative process, for this exhibition, Florez has drawn inspiration from alchemical manuscripts at The Ritman Library Archive based in Amsterdam. She invites her viewers to step into the realms of magic and the otherworldly.

Hazel Florez (b. 1984) is a UK artist based in a London Studio in Hackney. She graduated at Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh college of Art from the MA Fine Art program in 2007. She is currently represented by Bridgeman Images. She has exhibited with a number of London art collectors and galleries including, The Holy Art, The Tub Gallery, Purslane, and The Vacant Museum.

Royal Photographic Society @ Lauderdale House
Feb 3 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Annual Exhibition gives The Royal Photographic Society the opportunity to showcase just a small selection of the work of London Region members. Images represent many genres and styles – from travel to contemporary, from portraiture to street – and much more.

The photographers themselves range from those new to the art and practice of photography to those who have attained an ‘FRPS’, the highest level of the Society’s Distinctions:  some members work professionally or semi-professionally.  Some images are taken on film, others with the latest digital camera. You can expect to see 70+ framed and mounted prints and a number of images displayed digitally.

Feb
4
Fri
Metamorphosis by Hazel Florez @ Lauderdale House
Feb 4 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

‘Metamorphosis’ is a collection of fantastical and surreal paintings and drawings by Hazel Florez. The theme of transition and transmutation tie together this collection of works that explore dream worlds and the symbolic realm of the subconscious.

Influenced by concepts of Jungian psychology, this exhibition invites the viewer into a world of mystical and mythological storytelling. Central to the exhibition is a series of wooden panel paintings each showing a different stage in alchemical transformation. Alchemy is the medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of matter, in particular with attempts to convert base metals into gold or find a universal elixir. However, in this exhibition alchemy is also explored in myths, psychological transformation and the reclaiming of powerful female archetypes in the form of symbols of the classical goddesses. As part of her research and creative process, for this exhibition, Florez has drawn inspiration from alchemical manuscripts at The Ritman Library Archive based in Amsterdam. She invites her viewers to step into the realms of magic and the otherworldly.

Hazel Florez (b. 1984) is a UK artist based in a London Studio in Hackney. She graduated at Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh college of Art from the MA Fine Art program in 2007. She is currently represented by Bridgeman Images. She has exhibited with a number of London art collectors and galleries including, The Holy Art, The Tub Gallery, Purslane, and The Vacant Museum.

Royal Photographic Society @ Lauderdale House
Feb 4 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Annual Exhibition gives The Royal Photographic Society the opportunity to showcase just a small selection of the work of London Region members. Images represent many genres and styles – from travel to contemporary, from portraiture to street – and much more.

The photographers themselves range from those new to the art and practice of photography to those who have attained an ‘FRPS’, the highest level of the Society’s Distinctions:  some members work professionally or semi-professionally.  Some images are taken on film, others with the latest digital camera. You can expect to see 70+ framed and mounted prints and a number of images displayed digitally.

HLSI Members’ Art Exhibition @ Highgate Gallery
Feb 4 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

     Many members of the Highgate Literary and Scientific Institution are creatively talented with the membership including both professional artists and gifted amateurs.  The Members’ Art Exhibition, held every three years at Highgate Gallery, celebrates and displays this breadth of talent.

All HLSI members can submit up to three pieces of two-dimensional work, be it oils, watercolours, acrylics, textiles, prints or photographs.  Selection for exhibition is made by a panel consisting this year of Simon Turner, artist and teacher at Haberdashers’ Girls’ School; Mary Shurman, doyenne of Members’ Art shows for the past twenty years; and several members of the Highgate Gallery Committee. The aim is to show the range of expertise and the highest quality of work produced by members.

The event is always popular with exhibitors and Gallery visitors alike, and is a much anticipated date in the HLSI winter programme as well as the wider social life in Highgate village.  One of the exhibiting artists will be in the Gallery each day throughout the show to welcome visitors, assist with queries and introduce the work on show.

Admission is free and all work will be for sale.     Highgate Gallery open Tues-Fri 1-5pm, Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 11am-5pm; closed Mon.

image: Barbara Herrmann, The Edge of the Sea (Sunset) [print].

Feb
5
Sat
Metamorphosis by Hazel Florez @ Lauderdale House
Feb 5 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

‘Metamorphosis’ is a collection of fantastical and surreal paintings and drawings by Hazel Florez. The theme of transition and transmutation tie together this collection of works that explore dream worlds and the symbolic realm of the subconscious.

Influenced by concepts of Jungian psychology, this exhibition invites the viewer into a world of mystical and mythological storytelling. Central to the exhibition is a series of wooden panel paintings each showing a different stage in alchemical transformation. Alchemy is the medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of matter, in particular with attempts to convert base metals into gold or find a universal elixir. However, in this exhibition alchemy is also explored in myths, psychological transformation and the reclaiming of powerful female archetypes in the form of symbols of the classical goddesses. As part of her research and creative process, for this exhibition, Florez has drawn inspiration from alchemical manuscripts at The Ritman Library Archive based in Amsterdam. She invites her viewers to step into the realms of magic and the otherworldly.

Hazel Florez (b. 1984) is a UK artist based in a London Studio in Hackney. She graduated at Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh college of Art from the MA Fine Art program in 2007. She is currently represented by Bridgeman Images. She has exhibited with a number of London art collectors and galleries including, The Holy Art, The Tub Gallery, Purslane, and The Vacant Museum.

Royal Photographic Society @ Lauderdale House
Feb 5 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Annual Exhibition gives The Royal Photographic Society the opportunity to showcase just a small selection of the work of London Region members. Images represent many genres and styles – from travel to contemporary, from portraiture to street – and much more.

The photographers themselves range from those new to the art and practice of photography to those who have attained an ‘FRPS’, the highest level of the Society’s Distinctions:  some members work professionally or semi-professionally.  Some images are taken on film, others with the latest digital camera. You can expect to see 70+ framed and mounted prints and a number of images displayed digitally.

HLSI Members’ Art Exhibition @ Highgate Gallery
Feb 5 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

     Many members of the Highgate Literary and Scientific Institution are creatively talented with the membership including both professional artists and gifted amateurs.  The Members’ Art Exhibition, held every three years at Highgate Gallery, celebrates and displays this breadth of talent.

All HLSI members can submit up to three pieces of two-dimensional work, be it oils, watercolours, acrylics, textiles, prints or photographs.  Selection for exhibition is made by a panel consisting this year of Simon Turner, artist and teacher at Haberdashers’ Girls’ School; Mary Shurman, doyenne of Members’ Art shows for the past twenty years; and several members of the Highgate Gallery Committee. The aim is to show the range of expertise and the highest quality of work produced by members.

The event is always popular with exhibitors and Gallery visitors alike, and is a much anticipated date in the HLSI winter programme as well as the wider social life in Highgate village.  One of the exhibiting artists will be in the Gallery each day throughout the show to welcome visitors, assist with queries and introduce the work on show.

Admission is free and all work will be for sale.     Highgate Gallery open Tues-Fri 1-5pm, Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 11am-5pm; closed Mon.

image: Barbara Herrmann, The Edge of the Sea (Sunset) [print].

Feb
6
Sun
Metamorphosis by Hazel Florez @ Lauderdale House
Feb 6 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

‘Metamorphosis’ is a collection of fantastical and surreal paintings and drawings by Hazel Florez. The theme of transition and transmutation tie together this collection of works that explore dream worlds and the symbolic realm of the subconscious.

Influenced by concepts of Jungian psychology, this exhibition invites the viewer into a world of mystical and mythological storytelling. Central to the exhibition is a series of wooden panel paintings each showing a different stage in alchemical transformation. Alchemy is the medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of matter, in particular with attempts to convert base metals into gold or find a universal elixir. However, in this exhibition alchemy is also explored in myths, psychological transformation and the reclaiming of powerful female archetypes in the form of symbols of the classical goddesses. As part of her research and creative process, for this exhibition, Florez has drawn inspiration from alchemical manuscripts at The Ritman Library Archive based in Amsterdam. She invites her viewers to step into the realms of magic and the otherworldly.

Hazel Florez (b. 1984) is a UK artist based in a London Studio in Hackney. She graduated at Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh college of Art from the MA Fine Art program in 2007. She is currently represented by Bridgeman Images. She has exhibited with a number of London art collectors and galleries including, The Holy Art, The Tub Gallery, Purslane, and The Vacant Museum.

Royal Photographic Society @ Lauderdale House
Feb 6 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Annual Exhibition gives The Royal Photographic Society the opportunity to showcase just a small selection of the work of London Region members. Images represent many genres and styles – from travel to contemporary, from portraiture to street – and much more.

The photographers themselves range from those new to the art and practice of photography to those who have attained an ‘FRPS’, the highest level of the Society’s Distinctions:  some members work professionally or semi-professionally.  Some images are taken on film, others with the latest digital camera. You can expect to see 70+ framed and mounted prints and a number of images displayed digitally.

HLSI Members’ Art Exhibition @ Highgate Gallery
Feb 6 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

     Many members of the Highgate Literary and Scientific Institution are creatively talented with the membership including both professional artists and gifted amateurs.  The Members’ Art Exhibition, held every three years at Highgate Gallery, celebrates and displays this breadth of talent.

All HLSI members can submit up to three pieces of two-dimensional work, be it oils, watercolours, acrylics, textiles, prints or photographs.  Selection for exhibition is made by a panel consisting this year of Simon Turner, artist and teacher at Haberdashers’ Girls’ School; Mary Shurman, doyenne of Members’ Art shows for the past twenty years; and several members of the Highgate Gallery Committee. The aim is to show the range of expertise and the highest quality of work produced by members.

The event is always popular with exhibitors and Gallery visitors alike, and is a much anticipated date in the HLSI winter programme as well as the wider social life in Highgate village.  One of the exhibiting artists will be in the Gallery each day throughout the show to welcome visitors, assist with queries and introduce the work on show.

Admission is free and all work will be for sale.     Highgate Gallery open Tues-Fri 1-5pm, Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 11am-5pm; closed Mon.

image: Barbara Herrmann, The Edge of the Sea (Sunset) [print].

Feb
7
Mon
Metamorphosis by Hazel Florez @ Lauderdale House
Feb 7 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

‘Metamorphosis’ is a collection of fantastical and surreal paintings and drawings by Hazel Florez. The theme of transition and transmutation tie together this collection of works that explore dream worlds and the symbolic realm of the subconscious.

Influenced by concepts of Jungian psychology, this exhibition invites the viewer into a world of mystical and mythological storytelling. Central to the exhibition is a series of wooden panel paintings each showing a different stage in alchemical transformation. Alchemy is the medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of matter, in particular with attempts to convert base metals into gold or find a universal elixir. However, in this exhibition alchemy is also explored in myths, psychological transformation and the reclaiming of powerful female archetypes in the form of symbols of the classical goddesses. As part of her research and creative process, for this exhibition, Florez has drawn inspiration from alchemical manuscripts at The Ritman Library Archive based in Amsterdam. She invites her viewers to step into the realms of magic and the otherworldly.

Hazel Florez (b. 1984) is a UK artist based in a London Studio in Hackney. She graduated at Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh college of Art from the MA Fine Art program in 2007. She is currently represented by Bridgeman Images. She has exhibited with a number of London art collectors and galleries including, The Holy Art, The Tub Gallery, Purslane, and The Vacant Museum.

Royal Photographic Society @ Lauderdale House
Feb 7 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Annual Exhibition gives The Royal Photographic Society the opportunity to showcase just a small selection of the work of London Region members. Images represent many genres and styles – from travel to contemporary, from portraiture to street – and much more.

The photographers themselves range from those new to the art and practice of photography to those who have attained an ‘FRPS’, the highest level of the Society’s Distinctions:  some members work professionally or semi-professionally.  Some images are taken on film, others with the latest digital camera. You can expect to see 70+ framed and mounted prints and a number of images displayed digitally.

Feb
8
Tue
Metamorphosis by Hazel Florez @ Lauderdale House
Feb 8 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

‘Metamorphosis’ is a collection of fantastical and surreal paintings and drawings by Hazel Florez. The theme of transition and transmutation tie together this collection of works that explore dream worlds and the symbolic realm of the subconscious.

Influenced by concepts of Jungian psychology, this exhibition invites the viewer into a world of mystical and mythological storytelling. Central to the exhibition is a series of wooden panel paintings each showing a different stage in alchemical transformation. Alchemy is the medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of matter, in particular with attempts to convert base metals into gold or find a universal elixir. However, in this exhibition alchemy is also explored in myths, psychological transformation and the reclaiming of powerful female archetypes in the form of symbols of the classical goddesses. As part of her research and creative process, for this exhibition, Florez has drawn inspiration from alchemical manuscripts at The Ritman Library Archive based in Amsterdam. She invites her viewers to step into the realms of magic and the otherworldly.

Hazel Florez (b. 1984) is a UK artist based in a London Studio in Hackney. She graduated at Edinburgh University and the Edinburgh college of Art from the MA Fine Art program in 2007. She is currently represented by Bridgeman Images. She has exhibited with a number of London art collectors and galleries including, The Holy Art, The Tub Gallery, Purslane, and The Vacant Museum.

Royal Photographic Society @ Lauderdale House
Feb 8 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Annual Exhibition gives The Royal Photographic Society the opportunity to showcase just a small selection of the work of London Region members. Images represent many genres and styles – from travel to contemporary, from portraiture to street – and much more.

The photographers themselves range from those new to the art and practice of photography to those who have attained an ‘FRPS’, the highest level of the Society’s Distinctions:  some members work professionally or semi-professionally.  Some images are taken on film, others with the latest digital camera. You can expect to see 70+ framed and mounted prints and a number of images displayed digitally.

HLSI Members’ Art Exhibition @ Highgate Gallery
Feb 8 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

     Many members of the Highgate Literary and Scientific Institution are creatively talented with the membership including both professional artists and gifted amateurs.  The Members’ Art Exhibition, held every three years at Highgate Gallery, celebrates and displays this breadth of talent.

All HLSI members can submit up to three pieces of two-dimensional work, be it oils, watercolours, acrylics, textiles, prints or photographs.  Selection for exhibition is made by a panel consisting this year of Simon Turner, artist and teacher at Haberdashers’ Girls’ School; Mary Shurman, doyenne of Members’ Art shows for the past twenty years; and several members of the Highgate Gallery Committee. The aim is to show the range of expertise and the highest quality of work produced by members.

The event is always popular with exhibitors and Gallery visitors alike, and is a much anticipated date in the HLSI winter programme as well as the wider social life in Highgate village.  One of the exhibiting artists will be in the Gallery each day throughout the show to welcome visitors, assist with queries and introduce the work on show.

Admission is free and all work will be for sale.     Highgate Gallery open Tues-Fri 1-5pm, Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 11am-5pm; closed Mon.

image: Barbara Herrmann, The Edge of the Sea (Sunset) [print].