Round off this year’s trail with Fizz & Food at the Orchard Cafe.
Vix is cooking up a storm 12.30 – 2pm and we’ve a few bubbles to tickle your nose!.
In the Cafe:
Diana Braybrook: Currently resident artist at Osterley Park & House, Isleworth where she uses the Garden Gallery in the stable block as a studio and occasional exhibition space. Trained initially at Camberwell College of Art, London before studying for her degree in History of Art & Architecture at Reading University. Lives in Ealing, west London. Tutors classes for the 4020 Art Group at Hanwell Community Centre.
She is primarily an oil painter but also enjoys using pastels and mixed media exploring different themes in her work, as each presents fresh opportunities and challenges, but expressive use of colour and light is a key feature throughout.
This year she will be showing paintings inspired by life beneath the waves, as well as others on a loosely botanical theme, affordable gicle prints and art cards
Marianna Soukeras: An emerging artist who has been into art since she knew how to hold a pencil and produced her first noteworthy piece of artwork age 13.She has a wide and eclectic portfolio but has focused on ceramics for BEAT 2018. Her work is both decorative and useful which makes each piece a great gift (for yourself or someone else) and the monochrome tones are a brilliant foil for the colour of Diana’s work. The piece are all inspired by her Greek heritage with a modern twist; are carved with patterns taken from Minoan pots and the shapes are abstracted from Cycladic ceramics.
Angela Barth: Ealing resident originally from Scotland, studied at the Scottish College of Textiles. Intrigued by Samira Mian’s Islamic Geometry classes at Open Ealing, became hooked on these addictive, elaborate patterns.Inspired by the intricately patterned Persian tiles of Isfahan, tranquil Moorish gardens of Granada and the cool courtyard fountains of Fez.Loves working on paper and silk with watercolours, acrylics and experimenting with natural dyes.
Kostas Evangelidis: Ealing resident who discovered a passion for drawing many moons ago and is one of the stalwarts of OPEN’s life drawing classes. We use one of his images to advertise our classes on occasion. During BEAT you will be able to see his work and share in his artistic journey.
Gilli Hope: Small and large scale studies from life studies and other natural sources. Works on paper; drawing, prints, and acrylic studies based on observation.
Jack Jones:an artist living and working in London. Graduate of Camberwell College of arts. Co-founder of OPEN Ealing and trustee of HF-Artsfest
Zane Karklina: a talented photographer who is also a great artist.
Bookings are closed for this event.