Wandsworth Art Wednesday 16 September
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Wandsworth Art Wednesday

16 September 11am-9pm

Join three art galleries in Wandsworth, Caiger Contemporary Art at Oil & Water Gallery, Maestro Arts and Kristin Hjellegjerde, for a special day of events.  

All galleries will stay open to 9pm, giving you the opportunity to join us after work and attend talks, sipping on a glass of Prosecco, looking at some exciting, great quality artworks.

The talks and events hosted at each gallery will give you extra behind the scenes information about the artists on display, what inspires them, how do they create their work as well as talks on what to look for when buying art for your home.

Blandine Bardeau & Rod McIntosh:
When Opposites Attract

340 Old York Street
An exciting joint show exploring the artists' fascination with organic, spontaneous, fluid, mark making, drawing and painting.  Their works, both in terms of colour, composition and form, create a really interesting dialogue that spark when exhibited together. Carefully sourcing their materials, both artists explore the depths of their chosen medium.  Researching fully, however, once paint is put to paper the materials take control.

Exhibition talk 2pm & 7pm
Sinta Tantra: Fantastic/Chromatic
533 Old York Road
Dapples of pink light pool around your feet, sliding across your face, your body, the walls. You are immersed in a pink fandango, the colour rippling across walls covered in bold geometric shapes and sharply contrasting tones. Caught between these two layers – sandwiched between pink glass and blue wall – the viewer becomes an accomplice in a theatre of colour and light. The effect is like a stage, the front façade deconstructed into a complex set of interior layers and sets. An investigation of the complex world of colour.
Claude Troin:
Camera Obscura

1 Eastfields Avenue
Claude Troin explores his fascination with the art produced by a ‘primitive society’, through charcoal drawings and naturally pigmented oil paintings.  His contemporary abstraction of shapes and textures is based on the earliest known and best preserved figurative drawings from deep within France’s Chauvet Cave.  

Last chance to view as the exhibition closes on 18 September!

Film screenings 3pm & 8pm


By Train - Nearest station is Wandsworth Town

By Tube - Nearest Tube is East Putney

By Boat - Arrive or depart by Thames Clipper from Blackfriars, Embankment, St George's Wharf, Cadogan Pier or Chelsea Harbour.

By Bus -  44 and 28 stop on Old York Rd. Buses 37, 39, 87, 156 and 337 stop nearby. 

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