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Walton Art Club: Winter Exhibition

Wednesday 22 - Sunday 26 November
Come along to see the high standard and varied art work on display by the Walton Art Club.

Peter Scott Lecture - Matisse: The Cut Outs

Friday 12 January - 8pm
Peter Scott presents a special lecture to accompany the opening of the exhibition in the Robert Phillips Gallery Matisse - Drawing with Scissors

Matisse - Drawing with Scissors Family Fun Day

Matisse - Drawing with Scissors Family Fun Day 

In February Elmbridge Museum’s monthly Family Fun workshop will be taking place at Riverhouse. Be inspired by the famous cut-outs made by Henri Matisse and make your own colourful collage. This drop-in workshop will run in the barn from 2 – 4:30pm and cost £1.50 per child. Activities are recommended for children aged 5+ and children must be accompanied by an adult.

Saturday 10 February 2 – 4.30pm
£1.50

Dramatize presents Appearance

Dramatize presents Appearance 

Our organisation is trying to change perceptions of artists with learning disabilities through different art forms, showing artists with learning disabilities in a light other than sweet and innocent. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Dramatize on 07912 183085 or karen@dramatize.co.uk

Tue 13 Feb - Sun 4 Mar
FREE entry

Surface Tensions - Ben, Daniel, Sally, Simon Dray

Surface Tensions – Ben Dray, Daniel Dray, Sally Dray, Simon Dray 

An exhibition of work made by family members that includes the sculptural exploration of everyday objects, different interpretations of portraiture and landscape painting, and the metaphorical aspect of eroding urban advertising and graffiti. 

Wednesday 7 – Sunday 18 March
Free Entry

David Gamble (Spring 2018)

David Gamble 

This is an exhibition of work from the last three years. David was a student of celebrated West Country based painter Robert Lenkiewicz. This is an exhibition of some of the highest quality affordable art in Surrey and 20% of sales will go to the charity Sense, who work with deafblind people.

Wednesday 21 March – Sunday 8 April