We’ve two new inspirational exhibitions opening on 26 September as part of our Artisan programme.
KELLY VINCENT – ‘THROUGH MY EYES’
26 SEP – 12 OCT
Kelly is an abstract artist with a love for working with resin, wood and texture. She was born in Oxford although she spent 10 years of her childhood growing up in Southern Spain. Kelly now lives in Buckinghamshire with her husband and two children.
After working in London as a Police Officer for 12 years, Kelly was diagnosed with PTSD, Anxiety and Depression. As a way to channel her nervous energy and boost her mood she started painting. Painting allowed her to switch off and for once in her life, be completely present in the moment. Painting has been an amazing therapy for Kelly, and it has helped her reach a place in her life where she is simply happy and exactly where she wants to be.
With a simple goal to hold on to that feeling of happiness, Kelly is now a full-time artist working from her home studio in Buckinghamshire.
LEARNING THROUGH THE ARTS – ‘BRITISH KENYA AND THE MAU MAU – 70 YEARS AFTER’
26 SEP – 4 NOV
This new exhibition is presented as part of Black History Month 2022.
A photographic exhibition which recaptures the history and legacy of the Mau Mau rebellion (1952–1960) and the British Army response to the growing issues of land acquisition, and colonalisation in British Kenya, during the 70th anniversary of the event in 2022.
Learning Through the Arts (LTTA) is devoted to creativity, imagination, arts development and educational support geared towards community development.
Projects ranging from music to writing ignite individual imagination and creative abilities. Their workshops promote multicultural learning and enhance deeper understanding for children, youth and adults.