Batool Showghi in The Singularity of Peace Exhibition

www.singularityofpeace.comRunning from September 13th until October 14th

The Forgotten Heroes 1419 Foundation presents two exhibitions at the event surrounding the theme of conflict, peace, inclusion and resolution. The first part of the exhibition is aimed to give a free platform for young emerging artists from all backgrounds to display their work.

Featured artists: Aziz Anzabi, Batool Showghi, Celia Toler, Kate Lowe, Maciej Jedrzejewski, Patrick Altes,
Stephen Williams.

The second part of the exhibition will showcase key pages from The Unknown Fallen book in the hopes of
commemorating some of the forgotten soldiers of World War I. This exhibition also features the 15 winners
from the Never Such Innocence International competition. Luc Ferrier (the author) stumbled on his grandfather’s war journal seven years ago and was stunned to read glowing testimonials regarding Muslim soldiers, their bravery and commitment to the Allied Forces. Seeking clarification, Luc delved into history books but found little information on the topic. This sent him on a 6 year odyssey spanning 19 countries where he was able to examine military, diplomatic and private archives, including diaries and letters.

Opening hours: 10am to 5.30pm every day
Uthink Creative
Riverside Building
Manbré Wharf
Manbré Road
Hammersmith W6 9WA

For more information, please visit the website

Crafterthon in aid of Breast Cancer Saturday 15 September 10am-8pm

Join Harrow Open Studios artist Sian Fenwick and support this great cause.

Sold 36 places only 4 spaces left for our Craftathon on 15th September. Sian Fenwick an artist with Harrow Open Studios shall be leading an all day workshop and there will be lots of other fun things going on and don’t forget you will get a goody bag. We shall be raising money for Breast Cancer Care so please support us it’s gonna be fun x

Brian Collins has been selected to exhibit at the Royal Society of Marine Artists Annual Exhibition 11 – 20 October 2018

Brian’s work was selected from over 1,300 submissions to appear alongside paintings by some of Britain’s leading marine artists. The exhibition will be on display at Mall Galleries in central London between 11 to 20 October 2018.

The Royal Society of Marine Artists Annual Exhibition is recognised as the most prestigious and varied exhibition of marine art in the UK. The exhibition’s theme is the sea and everything related to it, from beaches and creeks to harbours and boats. The premier marine art exhibition in the country, it will feature over 400 works from emerging and well-established artists across a range of media, including oil painting, watercolour, pastels, printmaking, and sculpture. All work is available for sale, so anyone can take some of the sea home with them.

You can see a video of the winning entries here

Royal Society of Marine Artists Annual Exhibition 2018
Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1
Tel: 020 7930 6844

Open 11 to 20 October 2018, 10am to 5pm daily
Press View: Wednesday 10 October, 11am to 8pm

Admission £4, Concessions £3
Free to Friends of the RSMA, Friends of Mall Galleries and under 18s.
50% off with National Art Pass

Open Studios Weekends 2018

Thank you to all who visited our event over the two weekends.
If you missed this year, please feel free to visit our artist pages and contact the artists directly through their contact details and look out for details of our next events.

Some photos from this 2018 Studios

Society of Designer Craftsmen Summer Exhibition 12 – 21 July 2018

Harrow Open Studios artist Batool Showghi will be exhibiting at the inaugural Summer Show by the Society of Designer Craftsmen. Samantha Harvey, HOS web manager will also be exhibiting as part of the show.

This exhibition will celebrate 130 years of the Society.
12 – 21 July 2018
Chelsea College of Arts
16 John Islip Street
London SW1P 4JU

Gordon Cookson is exhibiting at the Great Barn, Ruislip 25 May-1 June


Gordon Cookson and his friends from the Middlesex Woodturners Association are exhibiting and demonstrating at the event.

Gordon will be demonstrating on Tuesday May 29th and Thursday May 31st.

There is a good cafe on the site.
The Great Barn
Manor Farm Site
Bury Street
Ruislip, HA4 7SU

Friday 25 May: 12 – 5 pm
Saturday 26 May – Thursday 31 May: 10am TO 5pm
Friday 1 June: 10am TO 4pm

Annual Taster Exhibition 1st May-31st May 2018 @ Harrow Arts Centre

Harrow Open Studios’ Annual taster exhibition took place in the White Space Gallery, Main Corridor & Cafe Corridor of Harrow Arts Centre throughout May 2018.

The exhibition was opened by the Mayor of Harrow, Margaret Davine, at the private view on Friday 4 May.

Tuesday 1st May to Thursday 31 May 2018
Open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm

The Gallery, Harrow Arts Centre
Uxbridge Road
Hatch End HA5 4EA

Harrow Art Society Spring Exhibition 2018 – 16-28 April, Harrow Arts Centre

Date: 16 Apr 2018 – 28 Apr 2018
Time: 10am – 5pm
Location: Harrow Arts Centre

Private view: Monday 16th April 7.30-9.30pm

Harrow Arts Centre
171 Uxbridge Road
Hatch End HA5 4EA

HAS’s 78th Spring Exhibition will be at Harrow Arts Centre, featuring paintings, sculpture, and mixed media from the members including Harrow Open Studios members: Cheryl Gould, Marcia Kuperberg, Linda ZelinJonathan HutchinsBrian Cowan and Humay Jairazbhoy. Most of the work will be available for sale, and stewards will be on hand to answer any questions about the society.