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  • 9 September 2020 - 27 September 2020Visual Arts/Film

    The House with Only an Attic and a Basement

    An exhibition by Pete Swann and Kathryn Maris, curated by Michelle Klein.

    The House with Only an Attic and a Basement brings together the work of two artists, painter and sculptor Pete Swann and poet Kathryn Maris, in an exhibition exploring often unspoken and uncomfortable aspects of the human psyche.

    The show will include an installation of painted relief portraits by Swann in response to Maris’ cycle of poems, The House of Atreus - darkly comic glimpses of a privileged, dysfunctional family over several decades. Both artists will also exhibit new work created during the coronavirus lockdown period.

    Pete Swann is an accomplished painter, industrial designer and craftsman. Pete studied Engineering Product Design at Southbank University and is the chairman of the Richmond Art Society.

    Kathryn Maris is a poet, critic and curator based in London. Her ‘House of Atreus’ sequence of poetry won the Ivan Juritz Prize for creative experiment.

    Includes Artists’ Talk: Saturday 19th September 2.00pm or 3.00pm – booking with the gallery essential.

    One Paved Court event

  • 15 September 2020 - 15 October 2020Literature/Talks/Walks

    Twickenham Luminaries: Henrietta Howard and Marble Hill House

    Pope's Grotto Trust and English Heritage’s Marble Hill have organised a series of five free virtual lectures on successive evenings starting on Monday 14th September. Each lecture will shine a light on a particular individual associated with a historic building in Twickenham and will be given by an acknowledged expert.  

    Henrietta Howard, Countess of Suffolk, (1689-1767) has perhaps been best known as mistress to the Prince of Wales, later George II. However, this talk will show that Howard was much more than a mistress. She become an extraordinary figure in the Georgian court and a member of a dynamic circle of writers, poets and politicians. One of her greatest achievements was the construction of her elegant Palladian villa, Marble Hill, and its gardens. This talk will explore how Marble Hill fits into Howard’s fascinating life story, Howard’s role in its creation, and her life at this most hard fought for retreat.

    The talk will be given by Dr Megan Leyland, Senior Properties Historian at English Heritage specialising in country houses. Dr Leyland also has a strong interest in gender history. She is responsible for undertaking research and producing content to support new interpretation and dissemination projects. More about the talk and the lecturer can be found here.

    Lectures will start at 6 pm and last for approximately 20 minutes with time being allowed for questions and answers at the end. The event will end at or before 7 pm. They will be delivered using Zoom so you will need a computer or tablet with the Zoom program/app on it. You will be sent a link by email shortly before the lecture begins and you should follow this link at the appropriate time to join the audience. If you haven't used Zoom before, you will be prompted to download the appropriate software as soon as you try to join.

    Pope's Grotto Preservation Trust event

  • 19 September 2020Visual Arts/Film

    Saturday Watercolour Workshops

    Saturday Watercolour Workshops: Saturday September 19  

    10.00am-4.00pm. Brush Up Your Watercolour Technique (1). 

    Made-to-measure one-day workshop led by experienced tutor 

    Pat Harvey at 21 Cranebrook, Manor Road TW2 5DJ, her 

    Twickenham riverside home. All abilities catered for. The aim: 

    for you to end the day with a painting you can be proud of!

    Suggested donation £45 (£10 reduction per class for three or

    more). Email or call 020 3643 6227

    for details.

    Saturday Watercolour Workshops event

  • 28 September 2020Visual Arts/Film

    Basketry - Willow Bird Feeder

    Friendly, expert teaching with COVID-19 measures in place for your safety. 

    Tutor - Eleanor Morgan.

    Eleanor Morgan is a local craftsperson working in green wood and willow. Originally trained as a fine artist, she was initially drawn to textiles, especially patchwork, embroidery and knitting with a particular interest to their historical context. She started making baskets about eight years ago following a weekend workshop and has been developing her technique since. She has a particular interest in traditional English basketmaking techniques.

    £65 including materials 

    For full details or to book contact us via 020 8977 7558 or email


    Landmark Arts Centre event

  • 30 September 2020 - 18 October 2020Visual Arts/Film

    Emblazon: Judith Brenner

    Emblazon is a solo exhibition of paintings, drawings, prints and collages by Judith Brenner; a synthesis of the vibrant palettes and the faded opulence encountered during a journey through Rajasthan.

    The show will include an artist’s talk and drawing workshops. Check social media or email the gallery for details.

    One Paved Court event

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