Process and Preparation is intended to offer a tantalising glimpse of the wealth of work that will be on show around Leytonstone in July as part of the Leytonstone Arts Trail and provide an insight into the working methods of the artists taking part. The exhibition, which will include photography, animation, film, painting, printmaking and drawing, will present preparatory work alongside finished pieces to offer visitors the chance to view the varied techniques of experimentation and refinement employed by artists.
Exhibiting artists are: Abbie Cairns, Basia Zieniewicz, Brett Banks, David Farnham, Ed Firth, Imogen Perkin, Jake Green, Jaspal Bhogal, Julie Caves, Linda Forbes, Mark Hudson, Miguel Souto, Nomi Rana, Rose Pearson, Rupert Whale, Sarah Barnes & Sarah Duffield-Harding, Tamara Dubnyckyj and Willie Nash.
The private view will take place on Thursday 4 February from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.
Sculptor Brett Banks will be carving in the gallery on Saturday 6 and 13 February as part of the exhibition.
Rose Pearson will come and draw in the gallery on Sunday 21 and 28 February.
This year the Leytonstone Arts Trail will take place from 2 to 10 July. This annual arts festival invites artists to display their artwork locally in businesses, community centres, homes, galleries and outdoors. Artist studios and workshops also often open their doors for exclusive viewings. You can find out more and register an exhibition for this year’s trail on the Leytonstone Arts Trail website. The deadline to register is 10 April.