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Artist Edward Wills returns to Tottenham Art Classes with a new Still Life Drawing Course in July.

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The Art is Therapy exhibition runs at the Dugdale Centre from 3rd to 15th July.

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Cathy Taylor of Friends of Broomfield Park ran a workshop last October to teach people how to use leaves from the park to make unique items of ceramic jewellery. Cathy has now fired the visitors' creations and, if you were one of the artists, you can now collect them from Broomfield Conservatory. The Conservatory is open on Wednesday and Sundays only, between 2pm and 4pm.  Just call in, admire the plants and collect your items of jewellery from the stewards on duty. Cathy took.......

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Palmers Green Art Group started 12 years ago to help a group of amateur artists nurture and develop their artistic skills in an informal and friendly environment. The group has changed over the years as different people have come and gone. Originally focused on watercolour, members now work in a variety of painting and drawing media, reflecting a diversity of individual styles and preferences. We do not offer formal tuition but enjoy an atmosphere of creativity, encouragement and support from.......

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Bigger, brighter and bolder, the UK’s largest light festival is returning for a spectacular second edition. More than 40 UK and international artists will reimagine London’s iconic architecture and streets, transforming the city into a dazzling nocturnal art exhibition. Free to visit and taking place north and south of the River Thames, Lumiere London will extend its reach across the capital. Everyone is invited. To find out more, click here to visit the Lumiere.......

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Following two exhibitions nearer to home, Palmers Green artist Patrick Samuel's work goes on show this week at a cinema and gallery in east London. Clash of the IconsAn exhibiition by Patrick Samuel12 December 2017 - 16 January 2017Genesis Cinema, 93-95 Mile End Rd, London E1 4UJ Exhibition Launch 12 December 2017 at 7pm Patrick will also be showing a short film about his creative journey since he started his daily art therapy in December 2016, as well as playing music he composes when.......

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Andrea Aste (centre) with Zdeněk Kudr and Petr Skoček of Bohem Brewery. Behind them you can see part of Andrea's Myddleton Road muralThe hot news from today's Myddleton Road Market (apart, that is, from the £925 raised at the market for the North London Samaritans' Shaftesbury Hall project) is the launch this week of Andrea Aste's Space Laboratory - a "cyber store where imagination curates space". "Big Spender" - one of Andrea Aste's print designsAndrea is an Italian-born mural.......

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Hello everyone at Palmers Green Community,My name is Patrick, I live in Palmers Green (since 2004) and I am autistic. My condition is challenging and complex but over the past 6 months I have been finding a lot of peace and happiness in art and art therapy. It's been reducing the irritability and aggression, along with the effects of marked anxiety and low mood, which I am also diagnosed with. I am supported by Enfield Complex Care, the Maudsley Hospital and the National Autistic Society, and.......

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Artist Gabriela Schutz has been working on two detailed panoramas of shopfronts and houses in Myddleton Road, Bowes Park, executed in pencil, and each 7.2 metres long.  They will go on show at Bruce Castle Museum in May. In the meantime, watch this video in which Gabriela talks about the project and you can see it taking shape. {vimeo}214521706{/vimeo} <?php$ogImage = 'https://www.palmersgreencommunity.org.uk/pgc/images/2017/myddleton_road_panorama_detail.jpg';include.......

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Gabriela Schutz is restarting her art classes for adults in Bounds Green this month, on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings plus Wednesday mornings. Click here for details. <?php$ogImage = ' ';include.......

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If you're a local artist, sculptor, photographer, crafter or designer, you have an opportunity this summer go exhibit your work at one of the biggest exhibitions in Enfield - part of othe 2017 N21 Fancy Fair. The Fancy Fair will be held on Winchmore Hill Green on 8th July from 10am to 7pm.  An important part of the Fair will be the Enfield Art Circle Art and Design Exhibition, which will take place both outside on the Green and inside the neighbouring Kings Head pub. Images from the.......

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Enfield Art Circle is a friendly group running an annual programme of art-based talks, demonstrations, practical evenings, art classes, art workshops and outings, and organises exhibitions where members can display and sell their work. We welcome amateur and professional artists and others interested in our activities.  There is a modest annual subscription. Further information:  Anne Meakins, Secretary, 07961 861199 or www.enfieldartcircle.org. Enfield Art Circle's 84th Annual.......

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The Spirals of Life final show of ceramic sculptures is now on in Broomfield Park conservatory. Most of the previous sculptures are back, with a few new ones (look out for the Venus baby-trap!). A ceramic sculpture of a pitcher plant hanging among real pitcher plants in Broomfield ConservatoryIn addition, the work from the two ceramics workshops are being displayed. (Participants can collect their work next month from 3rd to 24th July, during normal opening hours.) There are also a couple of.......

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During April the theme for the Spirals of Life exhibition in Broomfield Conservatory is Bamboo and Grass.  "Botanical sculptures" created by Cathy Taylor and June Dawes can be seen nestling among the normal plants in the flower beds. Grasses from Broomfield Park, with Cow Parsley (porcelain paper clay with porcelain slip)Cathy writes: "Can you imagine how to make a sculpture of grass? It's not easy, is it? Ai Wei Wei did it, but his grass was hard and spiky, and each tuft of grass.......

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