Leytonstone’s own Arts Trail is in its 6th year bringing an extraordinary range of visual arts to the area.
The Stone Space features three dimensional, sculpural works. A piece by inspirational local artist Frances Bowman imagines a ‘Sightless dream’. Alison Bray shows her versatility with sculptural masks on show at the gallery and her ‘Dear Leytonstone’ street photographs on show in the High Road at Mario’s barber shop window. Clare Roels and Jeane Hill share a love of bicycle parts of which you get an introduction at the Stone Space with more on show in ‘Cyclesculptures’ at the Just Fires showroom. The Stone Space is pleased to show Lucy Namayanja’s ‘The birth of the World without borders’ (pictured) that captures Lucy’s spiritual sense of home but reflects her wider travels. Lucy’s work has been exhibited widely throughout London and she will have a show of her remarkable digital photography and sculptural works at the Ugandan Embassy later in July.
The Leytonstone Arts Trail runs from 6 -14 July 2013. Pick up a trail guide at the Stone Space and enjoy the works in shops and cafes, studios and in the streets. Workshops suitable for all ages and abilities take place on both weekends of the Trail in Leytonstone Library hall above the gallery.
The exhibition at the gallery will be open for a longer period, from 4 July until 28 July 2013.