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Nov
5
Fri
Handmade In Highgate, the Winter Fair 5 – 7 November @ The Highgate Literary and Scientific Institution
Nov 5 all-day
Handmade in Highgate
Handmade In Highgate, the designer/maker fair held at the Highgate Literary & Scientific Institution

 

Opening times:

Friday 5 November: 5pm – 8pm

Saturday 6 November: 10am – 6pm

Sunday 7 November 11am – 5pm

Nov
6
Sat
Handmade In Highgate, the Winter Fair 5 – 7 November @ The Highgate Literary and Scientific Institution
Nov 6 all-day
Handmade in Highgate
Handmade In Highgate, the designer/maker fair held at the Highgate Literary & Scientific Institution

 

Opening times:

Friday 5 November: 5pm – 8pm

Saturday 6 November: 10am – 6pm

Sunday 7 November 11am – 5pm

Nov
7
Sun
Handmade In Highgate, the Winter Fair 5 – 7 November @ The Highgate Literary and Scientific Institution
Nov 7 all-day
Handmade in Highgate
Handmade In Highgate, the designer/maker fair held at the Highgate Literary & Scientific Institution

 

Opening times:

Friday 5 November: 5pm – 8pm

Saturday 6 November: 10am – 6pm

Sunday 7 November 11am – 5pm

Nov
12
Fri
East Finchley Open Artists: The Northern Line. @ Highgate Gallery
Nov 12 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

  Image:  Archer:  felt collage 35x35cms. C. Sue Pearl 2020. All rights reserved.

For their next exhibition at Highgate Gallery, ‘The Northern Line’, East Finchley Open Artists are creating images that relate to a Northern Line station of their choice.  Each work will respond to the chosen station’s name, and artists have already selected a wide range of stations for inspiration including Colliers Wood, Oval, Angel and High Barnet.

Expect some interesting interpretations and commentary.  The exhibition will comprise an exciting variety of wall-hung work including paintings, pastels, prints ceramics, glass, textiles and automata.

All artists have prepared new works especially for the exhibition.  Among them Pat Marvell has created an exciting glass piece titled ‘White Hot Embers in Colliers Wood’ which was originally the site of charcoal-making kilns.  Laura Fishman has made an abstract acrylic painting, ‘Golders Green, Green to Gold’, exploring the richness of greens and yellows mingling with swirls of red which hint at the richness of the foliage of the nearby Golders Green Park.  Meanwhile Cathy Burkinshaw has chosen Woodside Park as one of her inspirations.  She has many fond memories of the station: “It was so pretty when we first moved to Woodside Park, surrounded by trees with a really large tree in the forecourt.”  How times have changed.

Founded in 2004, East Finchley Open Artists is a group of artists and craftspeople – including painters, printers, photographers, ceramicists, glass makers, jewellers, sculptors, textile artists and basket makers – ranging from those who are starting out in their creative careers to well-established professional artists and lecturers.

Every summer the EFOA hosts Open House weekends, as well as other public events throughout the year.

For information about upcoming events and activities, membership, and to sign up for the monthly e-newsletter, see: www.eastfinchleyopen.org.uk

Exhibition continues until 25 November.  Highgate Gallery open Tues-Fri 1-5pm, Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 11am-5pm; closed Mon.

 

Nov
13
Sat
East Finchley Open Artists: The Northern Line. @ Highgate Gallery
Nov 13 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

  Image:  Archer:  felt collage 35x35cms. C. Sue Pearl 2020. All rights reserved.

For their next exhibition at Highgate Gallery, ‘The Northern Line’, East Finchley Open Artists are creating images that relate to a Northern Line station of their choice.  Each work will respond to the chosen station’s name, and artists have already selected a wide range of stations for inspiration including Colliers Wood, Oval, Angel and High Barnet.

Expect some interesting interpretations and commentary.  The exhibition will comprise an exciting variety of wall-hung work including paintings, pastels, prints ceramics, glass, textiles and automata.

All artists have prepared new works especially for the exhibition.  Among them Pat Marvell has created an exciting glass piece titled ‘White Hot Embers in Colliers Wood’ which was originally the site of charcoal-making kilns.  Laura Fishman has made an abstract acrylic painting, ‘Golders Green, Green to Gold’, exploring the richness of greens and yellows mingling with swirls of red which hint at the richness of the foliage of the nearby Golders Green Park.  Meanwhile Cathy Burkinshaw has chosen Woodside Park as one of her inspirations.  She has many fond memories of the station: “It was so pretty when we first moved to Woodside Park, surrounded by trees with a really large tree in the forecourt.”  How times have changed.

Founded in 2004, East Finchley Open Artists is a group of artists and craftspeople – including painters, printers, photographers, ceramicists, glass makers, jewellers, sculptors, textile artists and basket makers – ranging from those who are starting out in their creative careers to well-established professional artists and lecturers.

Every summer the EFOA hosts Open House weekends, as well as other public events throughout the year.

For information about upcoming events and activities, membership, and to sign up for the monthly e-newsletter, see: www.eastfinchleyopen.org.uk

Exhibition continues until 25 November.  Highgate Gallery open Tues-Fri 1-5pm, Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 11am-5pm; closed Mon.

Nov
14
Sun
East Finchley Open Artists: The Northern Line. @ Highgate Gallery
Nov 14 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

  Image:  Archer:  felt collage 35x35cms. ©Sue Pearl 2020. All rights reserved.

 For their next exhibition at Highgate Gallery, ‘The Northern Line’, East Finchley Open Artists are creating images that relate to a Northern Line station of their choice.  Each work will respond to the chosen station’s name, and artists have already selected a wide range of stations for inspiration including Colliers Wood, Oval, Angel and High Barnet.

Expect some interesting interpretations and commentary.  The exhibition will comprise an exciting variety of wall-hung work including paintings, pastels, prints ceramics, glass, textiles and automata.

All artists have prepared new works especially for the exhibition.  Among them Pat Marvell has created an exciting glass piece titled ‘White Hot Embers in Colliers Wood’ which was originally the site of charcoal-making kilns.  Laura Fishman has made an abstract acrylic painting, ‘Golders Green, Green to Gold’, exploring the richness of greens and yellows mingling with swirls of red which hint at the richness of the foliage of the nearby Golders Green Park.  Meanwhile Cathy Burkinshaw has chosen Woodside Park as one of her inspirations.  She has many fond memories of the station: “It was so pretty when we first moved to Woodside Park, surrounded by trees with a really large tree in the forecourt.”  How times have changed.

Founded in 2004, East Finchley Open Artists is a group of artists and craftspeople – including painters, printers, photographers, ceramicists, glass makers, jewellers, sculptors, textile artists and basket makers – ranging from those who are starting out in their creative careers to well-established professional artists and lecturers.

Every summer the EFOA hosts Open House weekends, as well as other public events throughout the year.

For information about upcoming events and activities, membership, and to sign up for the monthly e-newsletter, see: www.eastfinchleyopen.org.uk

Exhibition continues until 25 November.  Highgate Gallery open Tues-Fri 1-5pm, Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 11am-5pm; closed Mon.

 

 

Nov
16
Tue
East Finchley Open Artists: The Northern Line. @ Highgate Gallery
Nov 16 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

  Image:  Archer:  felt collage 35x35cms. C. Sue Pearl 2020. All rights reserved.

For their next exhibition at Highgate Gallery, ‘The Northern Line’, East Finchley Open Artists are creating images that relate to a Northern Line station of their choice.  Each work will respond to the chosen station’s name, and artists have already selected a wide range of stations for inspiration including Colliers Wood, Oval, Angel and High Barnet.

Expect some interesting interpretations and commentary.  The exhibition will comprise an exciting variety of wall-hung work including paintings, pastels, prints ceramics, glass, textiles and automata.

All artists have prepared new works especially for the exhibition.  Among them Pat Marvell has created an exciting glass piece titled ‘White Hot Embers in Colliers Wood’ which was originally the site of charcoal-making kilns.  Laura Fishman has made an abstract acrylic painting, ‘Golders Green, Green to Gold’, exploring the richness of greens and yellows mingling with swirls of red which hint at the richness of the foliage of the nearby Golders Green Park.  Meanwhile Cathy Burkinshaw has chosen Woodside Park as one of her inspirations.  She has many fond memories of the station: “It was so pretty when we first moved to Woodside Park, surrounded by trees with a really large tree in the forecourt.”  How times have changed.

Founded in 2004, East Finchley Open Artists is a group of artists and craftspeople – including painters, printers, photographers, ceramicists, glass makers, jewellers, sculptors, textile artists and basket makers – ranging from those who are starting out in their creative careers to well-established professional artists and lecturers.

Every summer the EFOA hosts Open House weekends, as well as other public events throughout the year.

For information about upcoming events and activities, membership, and to sign up for the monthly e-newsletter, see: www.eastfinchleyopen.org.uk

Exhibition continues until 25 November.  Highgate Gallery open Tues-Fri 1-5pm, Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 11am-5pm; closed Mon.

 

Nov
17
Wed
East Finchley Open Artists: The Northern Line. @ Highgate Gallery
Nov 17 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

  Image:  Archer:  felt collage 35x35cms. C. Sue Pearl 2020. All rights reserved.

For their next exhibition at Highgate Gallery, ‘The Northern Line’, East Finchley Open Artists are creating images that relate to a Northern Line station of their choice.  Each work will respond to the chosen station’s name, and artists have already selected a wide range of stations for inspiration including Colliers Wood, Oval, Angel and High Barnet.

Expect some interesting interpretations and commentary.  The exhibition will comprise an exciting variety of wall-hung work including paintings, pastels, prints ceramics, glass, textiles and automata.

All artists have prepared new works especially for the exhibition.  Among them Pat Marvell has created an exciting glass piece titled ‘White Hot Embers in Colliers Wood’ which was originally the site of charcoal-making kilns.  Laura Fishman has made an abstract acrylic painting, ‘Golders Green, Green to Gold’, exploring the richness of greens and yellows mingling with swirls of red which hint at the richness of the foliage of the nearby Golders Green Park.  Meanwhile Cathy Burkinshaw has chosen Woodside Park as one of her inspirations.  She has many fond memories of the station: “It was so pretty when we first moved to Woodside Park, surrounded by trees with a really large tree in the forecourt.”  How times have changed.

Founded in 2004, East Finchley Open Artists is a group of artists and craftspeople – including painters, printers, photographers, ceramicists, glass makers, jewellers, sculptors, textile artists and basket makers – ranging from those who are starting out in their creative careers to well-established professional artists and lecturers.

Every summer the EFOA hosts Open House weekends, as well as other public events throughout the year.

For information about upcoming events and activities, membership, and to sign up for the monthly e-newsletter, see: www.eastfinchleyopen.org.uk

Exhibition continues until 25 November.  Highgate Gallery open Tues-Fri 1-5pm, Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 11am-5pm; closed Mon.

 

Nov
18
Thu
East Finchley Open Artists: The Northern Line. @ Highgate Gallery
Nov 18 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

  Image:  Archer:  felt collage 35x35cms. C. Sue Pearl 2020. All rights reserved.

For their next exhibition at Highgate Gallery, ‘The Northern Line’, East Finchley Open Artists are creating images that relate to a Northern Line station of their choice.  Each work will respond to the chosen station’s name, and artists have already selected a wide range of stations for inspiration including Colliers Wood, Oval, Angel and High Barnet.

Expect some interesting interpretations and commentary.  The exhibition will comprise an exciting variety of wall-hung work including paintings, pastels, prints ceramics, glass, textiles and automata.

All artists have prepared new works especially for the exhibition.  Among them Pat Marvell has created an exciting glass piece titled ‘White Hot Embers in Colliers Wood’ which was originally the site of charcoal-making kilns.  Laura Fishman has made an abstract acrylic painting, ‘Golders Green, Green to Gold’, exploring the richness of greens and yellows mingling with swirls of red which hint at the richness of the foliage of the nearby Golders Green Park.  Meanwhile Cathy Burkinshaw has chosen Woodside Park as one of her inspirations.  She has many fond memories of the station: “It was so pretty when we first moved to Woodside Park, surrounded by trees with a really large tree in the forecourt.”  How times have changed.

Founded in 2004, East Finchley Open Artists is a group of artists and craftspeople – including painters, printers, photographers, ceramicists, glass makers, jewellers, sculptors, textile artists and basket makers – ranging from those who are starting out in their creative careers to well-established professional artists and lecturers.

Every summer the EFOA hosts Open House weekends, as well as other public events throughout the year.

For information about upcoming events and activities, membership, and to sign up for the monthly e-newsletter, see: www.eastfinchleyopen.org.uk

Exhibition continues until 25 November.  Highgate Gallery open Tues-Fri 1-5pm, Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 11am-5pm; closed Mon.

 

Nov
19
Fri
East Finchley Open Artists: The Northern Line. @ Highgate Gallery
Nov 19 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

  Image:  Archer:  felt collage 35x35cms. C. Sue Pearl 2020. All rights reserved.

For their next exhibition at Highgate Gallery, ‘The Northern Line’, East Finchley Open Artists are creating images that relate to a Northern Line station of their choice.  Each work will respond to the chosen station’s name, and artists have already selected a wide range of stations for inspiration including Colliers Wood, Oval, Angel and High Barnet.

Expect some interesting interpretations and commentary.  The exhibition will comprise an exciting variety of wall-hung work including paintings, pastels, prints ceramics, glass, textiles and automata.

All artists have prepared new works especially for the exhibition.  Among them Pat Marvell has created an exciting glass piece titled ‘White Hot Embers in Colliers Wood’ which was originally the site of charcoal-making kilns.  Laura Fishman has made an abstract acrylic painting, ‘Golders Green, Green to Gold’, exploring the richness of greens and yellows mingling with swirls of red which hint at the richness of the foliage of the nearby Golders Green Park.  Meanwhile Cathy Burkinshaw has chosen Woodside Park as one of her inspirations.  She has many fond memories of the station: “It was so pretty when we first moved to Woodside Park, surrounded by trees with a really large tree in the forecourt.”  How times have changed.

Founded in 2004, East Finchley Open Artists is a group of artists and craftspeople – including painters, printers, photographers, ceramicists, glass makers, jewellers, sculptors, textile artists and basket makers – ranging from those who are starting out in their creative careers to well-established professional artists and lecturers.

Every summer the EFOA hosts Open House weekends, as well as other public events throughout the year.

For information about upcoming events and activities, membership, and to sign up for the monthly e-newsletter, see: www.eastfinchleyopen.org.uk

Exhibition continues until 25 November.  Highgate Gallery open Tues-Fri 1-5pm, Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 11am-5pm; closed Mon.

 

Nov
20
Sat
East Finchley Open Artists: The Northern Line. @ Highgate Gallery
Nov 20 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

  Image:  Archer:  felt collage 35x35cms. C. Sue Pearl 2020. All rights reserved.

For their next exhibition at Highgate Gallery, ‘The Northern Line’, East Finchley Open Artists are creating images that relate to a Northern Line station of their choice.  Each work will respond to the chosen station’s name, and artists have already selected a wide range of stations for inspiration including Colliers Wood, Oval, Angel and High Barnet.

Expect some interesting interpretations and commentary.  The exhibition will comprise an exciting variety of wall-hung work including paintings, pastels, prints ceramics, glass, textiles and automata.

All artists have prepared new works especially for the exhibition.  Among them Pat Marvell has created an exciting glass piece titled ‘White Hot Embers in Colliers Wood’ which was originally the site of charcoal-making kilns.  Laura Fishman has made an abstract acrylic painting, ‘Golders Green, Green to Gold’, exploring the richness of greens and yellows mingling with swirls of red which hint at the richness of the foliage of the nearby Golders Green Park.  Meanwhile Cathy Burkinshaw has chosen Woodside Park as one of her inspirations.  She has many fond memories of the station: “It was so pretty when we first moved to Woodside Park, surrounded by trees with a really large tree in the forecourt.”  How times have changed.

Founded in 2004, East Finchley Open Artists is a group of artists and craftspeople – including painters, printers, photographers, ceramicists, glass makers, jewellers, sculptors, textile artists and basket makers – ranging from those who are starting out in their creative careers to well-established professional artists and lecturers.

Every summer the EFOA hosts Open House weekends, as well as other public events throughout the year.

For information about upcoming events and activities, membership, and to sign up for the monthly e-newsletter, see: www.eastfinchleyopen.org.uk

Exhibition continues until 25 November.  Highgate Gallery open Tues-Fri 1-5pm, Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 11am-5pm; closed Mon.

Nov
21
Sun
East Finchley Open Artists: The Northern Line. @ Highgate Gallery
Nov 21 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

  Image:  Archer:  felt collage 35x35cms. ©Sue Pearl 2020. All rights reserved.

 For their next exhibition at Highgate Gallery, ‘The Northern Line’, East Finchley Open Artists are creating images that relate to a Northern Line station of their choice.  Each work will respond to the chosen station’s name, and artists have already selected a wide range of stations for inspiration including Colliers Wood, Oval, Angel and High Barnet.

Expect some interesting interpretations and commentary.  The exhibition will comprise an exciting variety of wall-hung work including paintings, pastels, prints ceramics, glass, textiles and automata.

All artists have prepared new works especially for the exhibition.  Among them Pat Marvell has created an exciting glass piece titled ‘White Hot Embers in Colliers Wood’ which was originally the site of charcoal-making kilns.  Laura Fishman has made an abstract acrylic painting, ‘Golders Green, Green to Gold’, exploring the richness of greens and yellows mingling with swirls of red which hint at the richness of the foliage of the nearby Golders Green Park.  Meanwhile Cathy Burkinshaw has chosen Woodside Park as one of her inspirations.  She has many fond memories of the station: “It was so pretty when we first moved to Woodside Park, surrounded by trees with a really large tree in the forecourt.”  How times have changed.

Founded in 2004, East Finchley Open Artists is a group of artists and craftspeople – including painters, printers, photographers, ceramicists, glass makers, jewellers, sculptors, textile artists and basket makers – ranging from those who are starting out in their creative careers to well-established professional artists and lecturers.

Every summer the EFOA hosts Open House weekends, as well as other public events throughout the year.

For information about upcoming events and activities, membership, and to sign up for the monthly e-newsletter, see: www.eastfinchleyopen.org.uk

Exhibition continues until 25 November.  Highgate Gallery open Tues-Fri 1-5pm, Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 11am-5pm; closed Mon.

 

 

Nov
23
Tue
East Finchley Open Artists: The Northern Line. @ Highgate Gallery
Nov 23 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

  Image:  Archer:  felt collage 35x35cms. C. Sue Pearl 2020. All rights reserved.

For their next exhibition at Highgate Gallery, ‘The Northern Line’, East Finchley Open Artists are creating images that relate to a Northern Line station of their choice.  Each work will respond to the chosen station’s name, and artists have already selected a wide range of stations for inspiration including Colliers Wood, Oval, Angel and High Barnet.

Expect some interesting interpretations and commentary.  The exhibition will comprise an exciting variety of wall-hung work including paintings, pastels, prints ceramics, glass, textiles and automata.

All artists have prepared new works especially for the exhibition.  Among them Pat Marvell has created an exciting glass piece titled ‘White Hot Embers in Colliers Wood’ which was originally the site of charcoal-making kilns.  Laura Fishman has made an abstract acrylic painting, ‘Golders Green, Green to Gold’, exploring the richness of greens and yellows mingling with swirls of red which hint at the richness of the foliage of the nearby Golders Green Park.  Meanwhile Cathy Burkinshaw has chosen Woodside Park as one of her inspirations.  She has many fond memories of the station: “It was so pretty when we first moved to Woodside Park, surrounded by trees with a really large tree in the forecourt.”  How times have changed.

Founded in 2004, East Finchley Open Artists is a group of artists and craftspeople – including painters, printers, photographers, ceramicists, glass makers, jewellers, sculptors, textile artists and basket makers – ranging from those who are starting out in their creative careers to well-established professional artists and lecturers.

Every summer the EFOA hosts Open House weekends, as well as other public events throughout the year.

For information about upcoming events and activities, membership, and to sign up for the monthly e-newsletter, see: www.eastfinchleyopen.org.uk

Exhibition continues until 25 November.  Highgate Gallery open Tues-Fri 1-5pm, Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 11am-5pm; closed Mon.

 

Nov
24
Wed
East Finchley Open Artists: The Northern Line. @ Highgate Gallery
Nov 24 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

  Image:  Archer:  felt collage 35x35cms. C. Sue Pearl 2020. All rights reserved.

For their next exhibition at Highgate Gallery, ‘The Northern Line’, East Finchley Open Artists are creating images that relate to a Northern Line station of their choice.  Each work will respond to the chosen station’s name, and artists have already selected a wide range of stations for inspiration including Colliers Wood, Oval, Angel and High Barnet.

Expect some interesting interpretations and commentary.  The exhibition will comprise an exciting variety of wall-hung work including paintings, pastels, prints ceramics, glass, textiles and automata.

All artists have prepared new works especially for the exhibition.  Among them Pat Marvell has created an exciting glass piece titled ‘White Hot Embers in Colliers Wood’ which was originally the site of charcoal-making kilns.  Laura Fishman has made an abstract acrylic painting, ‘Golders Green, Green to Gold’, exploring the richness of greens and yellows mingling with swirls of red which hint at the richness of the foliage of the nearby Golders Green Park.  Meanwhile Cathy Burkinshaw has chosen Woodside Park as one of her inspirations.  She has many fond memories of the station: “It was so pretty when we first moved to Woodside Park, surrounded by trees with a really large tree in the forecourt.”  How times have changed.

Founded in 2004, East Finchley Open Artists is a group of artists and craftspeople – including painters, printers, photographers, ceramicists, glass makers, jewellers, sculptors, textile artists and basket makers – ranging from those who are starting out in their creative careers to well-established professional artists and lecturers.

Every summer the EFOA hosts Open House weekends, as well as other public events throughout the year.

For information about upcoming events and activities, membership, and to sign up for the monthly e-newsletter, see: www.eastfinchleyopen.org.uk

Exhibition continues until 25 November.  Highgate Gallery open Tues-Fri 1-5pm, Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 11am-5pm; closed Mon.

 

Nov
25
Thu
East Finchley Open Artists: The Northern Line. @ Highgate Gallery
Nov 25 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

  Image:  Archer:  felt collage 35x35cms. C. Sue Pearl 2020. All rights reserved.

For their next exhibition at Highgate Gallery, ‘The Northern Line’, East Finchley Open Artists are creating images that relate to a Northern Line station of their choice.  Each work will respond to the chosen station’s name, and artists have already selected a wide range of stations for inspiration including Colliers Wood, Oval, Angel and High Barnet.

Expect some interesting interpretations and commentary.  The exhibition will comprise an exciting variety of wall-hung work including paintings, pastels, prints ceramics, glass, textiles and automata.

All artists have prepared new works especially for the exhibition.  Among them Pat Marvell has created an exciting glass piece titled ‘White Hot Embers in Colliers Wood’ which was originally the site of charcoal-making kilns.  Laura Fishman has made an abstract acrylic painting, ‘Golders Green, Green to Gold’, exploring the richness of greens and yellows mingling with swirls of red which hint at the richness of the foliage of the nearby Golders Green Park.  Meanwhile Cathy Burkinshaw has chosen Woodside Park as one of her inspirations.  She has many fond memories of the station: “It was so pretty when we first moved to Woodside Park, surrounded by trees with a really large tree in the forecourt.”  How times have changed.

Founded in 2004, East Finchley Open Artists is a group of artists and craftspeople – including painters, printers, photographers, ceramicists, glass makers, jewellers, sculptors, textile artists and basket makers – ranging from those who are starting out in their creative careers to well-established professional artists and lecturers.

Every summer the EFOA hosts Open House weekends, as well as other public events throughout the year.

For information about upcoming events and activities, membership, and to sign up for the monthly e-newsletter, see: www.eastfinchleyopen.org.uk

Exhibition continues until 25 November.  Highgate Gallery open Tues-Fri 1-5pm, Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 11am-5pm; closed Mon.