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Thursday, September 12, 2019

Dr Laura Price has found success after taking painting and etching courses at Hampstead School of Art

The head writer for upbeat children's show Fireman Sam relishes the dark side in her art which poses model railway figures in often edgy situations including the naively hopeful clown Bonky

Hampstead-raised artist Cosima Bellamacina is among those exhibiting work that focuses on nursing care and the NHS

"Nothing will be wasted, all will be re-used, all food will be given away and all paintings will be on old boxes that have no value."

An immersive exhibition at the bottom of Kentish Town Swimming Pool shows photographs of Royal Ballet soloist Fernando Montano surrounded by a sea of rubbish

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Thursday, July 4, 2019

North London artist Emma Loizides shows her oils depicting 'Americana' at Lauderdale House

Artworks showing the history, restoration and extravagant past productions at the Muswell Hill landmark go on show at Mall Galleries

As England's women reach the quarter finals of the championship there's a timely group show of football-based artworks in an Archway exhibition space.

Worldly Wicked and Wise in Salusbury Road has gathered a host of pictures of the area's legendary gigs for its Music in the Manor exhibition

The ambidextrous artist doesn't plan his paintings, he simply starts to draw with both hands

Cricklewood artist Tedi Lena's painting of Frank Bowling OBE was shortlisted for the prestitious prize and in the meantime he took part in Saturday's annual competition to paint Hampstead Heath

Crouch End couple Ahmed Farooqui and Alan Swann open up their home to eight artists exploring ideas around beauty for the Crouch End Festival

Ceramics gallery Thrown has collaborated with light-filled exhibition space OmVed Gardens on a Chelsea Fringe event that foregrounds the natural landscape

Entries are now open for the Holly Bush Emerging Woman painter Prize with a hanging spot in Burgh House and £1,500 up for grabs, donated by the West Hampstead actor and activist

More than 50 artists within walking distance of the Broadway throw open their homes and studios to visitors as part of Crouch End's annual open studios event

As the tent goes up for the annual Heath art event, student artist Sebastian Chaumeton canvassed the thoughts of Hampstead residents for a mural

Rewind/Rewild at Omved Gardens in Highgate shows work about the extinction of Scottish wolves and the Great Auk to bowls of festering pond weed

Contemporary impressionist Sherree Valentine Daines painted Dead Ringers comedian Jon Culshaw at the opening night party,

School photos are a rite of passage: a snapshot in time of bad hairstyles, gappy teeth and that hideous experiment with the blue eyeliner that went on for far too long.

Former Hackney GP displays keepsakes from the life of one woman and his photographic project of the same Hackney street crossing over 365 days in his interrogation of longitudinal memory and fleeting history

The Village School and UCL Academy team up with pupils in New Delhi for an exhibition about the threat of polluted air in their cities

Fellowship House in Hampstead Garden Suburb hosts a photography exhibition of head and neck portraits which are unvarnished and untouched

Ruth Pavey talks to the artist digging deep for inspiration

A grant from the charity Art Fund has allowed the Hampstead museum to buy a work by the Anglo-Indian artist who lived in Belsize Park

The Primrose Hill broadcaster and his friend and mentor stage a joint exhibition in Highgate

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