Willesden gallery

The Willesden Gallery, at the Library at Willesden Green is currently closed.  Follow the Willesden Gallery on Instagram to keep up-to-date with exhibitions and artists.  

 

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 Re:store Re:new Re:imagine

An exhibition of work created during challenging times exploring how creating art helps to overcome and transform people’s lives; art-making is a resource for health and wellbeing.

8th - 26th February

(Physical exhibition to be held at Willesden Gallery in August 2021)

In the current climate, whilst dealing with the uncertainty and anxiety caused by the global pandemic, art can help us become more resilient and support our health and wellbeing. Now more than ever it is important to engage in mindful creative and artistic processes and bring artists together across our community.

We have invited artists living and working in London to submit artworks for our new exhibition, Re:store, Re:new, Re:imagine – finding balance through art. Bringing together 35 works from various art forms, like photography, painting, printmaking, sculpture, and video, the exhibition showcases both emerging and established artists. Artwork will be for sale, with all proceeds going directly to each artist.

ONE Minute with... 

Whilst Willesden Gallery remains closed due to lockdown 03 we would like you to meet some of the artists we have worked with in the past and/or will be working with in the near future.
We will be introducing a selection of these artists over the next few weeks.

They will respond to the 3 questions below and share their response via video, right here on the @Willesdengallery Instagram account: 

  •          Tell us about you and your artwork
  •          Show us some of your artwork. Who are your artistic influences?
  •          Tell us what are your dreams and hopes for 2021 

We hope you enjoy getting to know our artists community 

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