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Chiswick In Pictures exhibition opens at the Clayton Hotel Chiswick

By Bridget Osborne

Chiswick In Pictures exhibition opens at the Clayton Hotel Chiswick 11 September 2018

Chiswick In Pictures is now open at the Clayton Hotel Chiswick. This year’s exhibition, organised by The Chiswick Calendar, is more representational in style than last year’s show, with recognisable Chiswick scenes painted by professional artists who live locally. 

Delicate watercolours of Hogarth’s House, Chiswick House and Gardens and local parks by Hugh Bredin, Sophie Ashdown Coady, Christine Berrington and Liz Butler MA, RWS hang alongside charcoal drawings by George Christie, Joanna Brendon MBE, MA and Jill Meager.

Bright summer gardens and allotments by Francis Bowyer P.P.R.W.S., N.E.A.C.,  Glynis Porter and Rennie Pilgrem sit with architectural prints of Voysey House by Rachel Busch and the structural magnificence of Hammersmith Bridge by Keith Davidson, while a small ink and pastel drawing of cranes over Chiswick by Jason Bowyer P.P.N.E.A.C.,RP, PS is a nod to the continuing changes on Chiswick’s skyline.



Francis Bowyer P.P.R.W.S., N.E.A.C.

Large oil paintings by Humphrey Bangham and Isobel Johnstone show Strand on the Green and the chestnut trees on Turnham Green in full bloom and those by Arabella Harcourt-Cooze catch the light on the river in its many moods. 

Louise Kaye has chosen street scenes from Chiswick High Rd, while Jon Perry and Anna Kunst cover a variety of Chiswick scenes in their atmospheric photographs.

The art work is for sale and if you’d like to come and meet the artists and talk to them about their work, or indeed just enjoy the free booze and the art work, please come to the Private View this Wednesday, 12 September at 7.30pm. As a subscribers to The Chiswick Calendar newsletter you are hereby invited. The event is free, though it would help us greatly if you would register here.

The exhibition continues until Saturday 27 October, in the atrium of the Clayton Hotel Chiswick at 626 Chiswick High Rd, W4 5RY. As it’s a public space you can pop in and have a look at any time. Email if you would like to buy one of the works on show.

Read more about the exhibition here

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