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Painter, Photographic Art, Designer, Collage, Mixed Media

Having lived in Kenya, UK, Singapore and India, Ketna has been widely acclaimed for converting her Global insights into a compelling visual vocabulary that has injected a fresh counter expression to the predominantly western dominated narrative of World Art.

Using different cultures and historical events, Ketna juxtaposes mythological characters, Gods, political icons and the common man on the same canvas. There is a fresh romance between the old and the new, breaking through stringent cultural, political, and class boundaries that have dominated the world for centuries.

This colourful and confident visual language has been applied onto Art, Fashion, Furniture … virtually on any surface imaginable!


Studio 13

10 September Way
Stanmore, HA7 2SG

Tube: Stanmore
Bus: 324, 142, H12
Parking: Free on road parking

Artist talk:
Western & Asian POP Art: Sat 10th June, 3-5 pm
The relevance of Popular & Street Culture for strengthening Identity & Community in London suburbs; Sat 17th June, 3-5 pm
Free Refreshments will be served. Please RSVP for attendance.
Email Id: contact@ketnapatel.com, mob: 07982654310

Open 11am – 5pm on:

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Contact Artist

E: contact@ketnapatel.com
W: WWW.KETNAPATEL.COM
I: @ketnapatel
F: @Ketna.Patel.Studio
T: 07982654310
P : @Ketnapatel


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Painter / Illustrator/ Designer / Drawing / Mixed Media / Photographic Art

Kota has 2 ongoing series:
The Urban Swine Series shows the diminishing landscapes with greedy need for urbanisation and concretisation of living spaces.
and
The Ladder Series is an interpretation of his dreams: vanishing steps and ladders.

Kota has been greatly inspired by Salvador Dali and MC Escher. His website shows a smattering of creative work including advertising, graphic design, photography (advertising and fine art), wood work, installation art.


Studio 15

The Stables
31 West Drive
off Lakeland Close
Harrow Weald HA3 6TX

Bus: 182 Harrow Weald bus station, H12 Uxbridge Road
Train/Tube: Hatch End, Harrow & Wealdstone
Parking: Free on road

Open 11am – 5pm on:

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Illustrator / Painter / Designer / Mixed Media

Antonella is a mixed media artist and illustrator, working on various projects including book and product illustrations, hand painted gifts and portrait commissions.

She believes that creativity is the key to our inner well-being and that it connects us to our true self.


Studio 4

Studio 3, Harrow Arts Centre
171 Uxbridge Rd
Hatch End HA5 4EA

Train: Hatch End
Bus: H114, H12
Parking: Free in car park

Open 11am – 5pm on:

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Jeweller, Painter, Designer, Mixed Media

Shalini describes herself as a ‘Creative Experimentalist.’ She says, ‘For me creativity is a journey of experimentation and exploration. The process is as important as the end result. Whether it’s painting, digital design or jewellery making, I rarely start with a preconceived idea. I like to see where the material and momentum take me.’

Talking about her work Shalini says, ‘As a contemporary artist, I enjoy still life, abstract, figurative, landscape work and stylised portraiture. In my still life paintings, I like playing with intense areas of light and shade and contrasting that with the subtlety of translucent objects like glass vases and ornaments. Recently I have found old doors very interesting subjects to paint. As an artist I find the intriguing duality of what lies beyond or what lies within fascinating. Capturing the character and personality of an old weather-beaten door is like portraiture. Every scar, scrape, groove and ornament provide endless opportunity for visual story telling.

I use a mix of acrylic paint, liquid charcoal, graphite pencil and high pigment inks to create textural and visual layering in my paintings. I also work in watercolour and gouache.’

Shalini is passionate about design and has a love for all things handmade, jewellery being one of them. Shalini has created her own jewellery brand called HUTKE – a collection of statement gemstone jewellery. Each piece is original and handmade to order in limited edition. Shalini enjoys creating bespoke statement pieces and describes her jewellery as ‘Wearable Art’.


Studio 19

68 Northwood Way
Northwood HA6 1RU

Tube: Northwood Hills
Bus: H13
Parking: Free on street, except Mon-Fri 1-2pm

Open 11am – 5pm on:

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