<em>Edit Event</em> Art Tour at Belmond Cadogan Hotel
30 Sep 11
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Visit Belmond Cadogan Hotel and join a dedicated tour to view many of the original pieces on display throughout the hotel, by mainly British artists. Discover not only the artwork but the craftsmanship and original details found throughout the historical property. 

The hotel, which...

Booking: Necessary

Clare Brownlow

After the birth of her first son in 2009, in a quiet moment in her parent’s kitchen table in Norfolk, Pheasant Feather Art was born. Clare picked up a pheasant feather from her father’s stash, dipped it in his fountain pen inks and started ''doodling''.

Clare took this idea back to...Read more

Christabel Balfour

A young self-taught weaver with a background in Fine Art, Christabel Balfour has attracted a strong UK following for her handwoven rugs and wall hangings. Previously showcased through the Courtauld Institute at Somerset House, The Barbican, The London Art Fair amongst selected independent London...Read more

Lee Borthwick MA RCA

London based and Scottish born, artist Lee Borthwick creates custom-made and site-specific natural artworks for residential, commercial and exterior spaces. Famed for her 'Mirrored Tapestries', Lee's works have been showcased and retailed worldwide through the Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden in...Read more

<em>Edit Event</em> Brilliant Hues: Icheon Ceramics at Han Collection
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As specialists in Korean crafts and antiques, London-based Han Collection introduces some of the finest pieces of Korean art, partnering with Icheon City, South Korea, a UNESCO City of Crafts and Folk Art, where Korean traditional techniques for ceramic production are preserved and passed on....

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<em>Edit Event</em> Blown, Bound and Bold at Vessel Gallery
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Emerging artist Chris Day makes his debut at Vessel Gallery.

The artist, who worked for more than two decades as a self-employed plumber before discovering glass, has produced a series of highly personal pieces that discuss and investigate the treatment of black people in Britain and...

Booking: Not necessary