Image above: Painting by Jill Revie
After a year of virtual events during the pandemic, Artists at Home, West London’s favourite open studios event, is back stronger than ever and is thrilled to be opening to the public again from 17-19 September 2021.
There are 93 artists taking part in this year’s Artists at Home, eight of whom are new to this year’s event. Artists at Home normally opens in the third week of June but this year has chosen an autumn weekend to ensure greater safety and confidence for artists opening their homes and for those visiting.
“We have all been busy creating over the lockdowns and are more eager than ever to open up our studios to visitors; the array and quality of work on offer this year is simply incredible” says Chair of Artists At Home Kathryn Davey.
Images above: Paintings by Alice Sheridan; Hugh Bredin; Annabel Hill
Among the artists welcoming people into their homes and studios to show and sell their work are painters, graphic artists, potters, jewellers, photographers and artists who work with textiles and mixed media.
You can browse the artwork available on the Artists At Home website: www.artistsathome.co.uk.
Find art by artist / studio. Quite often several artists show their work together, so you might find a painter with a ceramicist and a jeweller in the same space.
Then look at the map so you can plan your route and see several studios over the weekend of 17 – 19 September. Artists are opening their homes and studios in Chiswick, Acton, Hammersmith and Shepherd’s Bush from Friday evening until Sunday afternoon.
Images above: Paintings by Christine Berrington; Ben Johnson; Jasna Bell
Artists at Home was the first event of its kind in London – founded by artists Julian Trevelyan and Mary Fedden in 1973. Last year we were forced to show our work online only for the first time in our history. This year we are excited to welcome you into our homes and studios in person once more.
READ MORE: How Artists At Home got started
Images above: Pot by Saskia Daniel; Glass picture by Francesca Boyd; Silver jewellery by Juliette Strong
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