Ann Kopka: Exhibition of Contemporary Painting, 30 June – 12 July

On show contemporary painting and mixed media artwork. All proceeds from sales of art cards and 20% of artwork sales will be donated to Pinner Parish Church Restoration Appeal.

The Attic Gallery at Lines of Pinner, 26 High Street, Pinner HA5 5PW

Open Mon – Sat 9am – 5.30pm

020 8866 2462 www.linesofpinner.co.uk/theattic

Free Admission

Prints and Ceramics: Pat Griffin @ The New Maynard Gallery, 10 May-9 June

Three Printmakers: Pat Griffin inspired by flowers, fauna and landscape; Christine Phillips patterns and colours of nature explored in reduction lino prints; Judith Moule exploration in the abstract of Australian and New Zealand Landscapes and Ceramicist Pat Joyce’s Burnt Offerings

The New Maynard Gallery
Theatre Foyer, Campus West, The Campus,
Welwyn Garden City, AL8 6BX

Batool Showghi @ The Asia House Fair
27-29 Apr 2012

See photographs, prints, collages and some artist books by Batool

The Asia House Fair
Traditional and contemporary arts of Asia
27-29 Apr 2012

Friday 10.00-20.00
Saturday 10.00-18.00
Sunday 11.00-16.00

Asia House opens it’s doors to all for this popular event now in it’s third year. With the new studio gallery providing more space for exhibitors, visitors can explore three floors of a lively and colourful marketplace.

The fair champions the work of Asian artisans, showing the skills and talents of craftspeople, cooperatives and designers who are engaged in creating fine handmade products.

Twenty-eight exhibitors present:

antique and contemporary textiles: clothes, shawls, quilts, cushions, rugs
jewellery, bags and accessories
woodcarving
ceramics
lacquer
artworks
books
magazines

Asian countries represented include:
Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Japan, China, and Central Asia.

Exhibitors are leading specialists in promoting the Arts and Crafts of Asia

Asia House Address:
63 New Cavendish Street
London W1G 7LP

Landscape, texture & pattern original prints by Ann Burnham in the Attic
14th – 19th April 2012
Monday – Saturday 9am-5:30pm

An exhibition by Ann Burnham of etching, monoprint, linocut & collagraph prints, inspired by the textures & patterns found
in both the natural and man-made landscape around us.

Joined by Sam Harvey stitched & collaged objects exploring the diversity and quirkiness found in coral gardens
and Jane Pomiankowski Silver, semi precious beads and pearls on Saturday 14th April only.

The Attic at Lines of Pinner • 26 High Street, Pinner, HA5 5PW
020 8866 2462 • www.linesofpinner.co.uk/theattic

Talk explaining various printmaking processes & techniques by Ann Burnham on Thursday 19th April at 2-3pm

Landscape, Texture and Pattern

The Attic – The Duration of Surface

24 March 2012 – 12 April 2012
Open 9-5:30
closed Sundays and Good Friday

To celebrate the opening of The Attic there it will be open until 8pm on 24 March
The Attic @ Lines of Pinner
25 High St Pinner, HA5 5PW

Harrow Open Studios Artists taking part in the inaugural exhibition of Pinner’s new art gallery are: Ann Burnham, Jeremy Deacon, Carole Griffin, Pat Griffin, Ann Kopka, Samantha Harvey and Natalie Tobert

The exhibition explores the ability of a surface to capture or witness the passing of time, from the briefest of moments to a lifetime or longer. The exhibition features 2D and 3D works from 27 artists, each with their own interpretation. They include abstract representations of the tide, manipulations of surface and texture and studies of room, person and time.

The Attic itself features surfaces with a long history to tell. Visitors duck their heads as they walk under the beam that originally formed part of the external back wall of the building, when from 1759 it was The White Hart, serving beer through a hatch. Later-built brick walls have been plastered, papered and papered again throughout the five generations of Lines ownership. Another plastered wall reveals its wattle and daub construction. These are surfaces which have witnessed time pass and now inform the works placed upon them.

For more information and details see