Chiswick House Kitchen Garden Art

On show at the London International Gallery of Children's Art

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Artworks created by the children of Chiswick are on display at this prestigious gallery in Waterlow Park in Highgate from now until 14th June.

The entire exhibition is dedicated to works from the Chiswick House Kitchen Garden. The arts programme is run by Sue Dance and is an integral part of their schools’ sessions.

The children are encouraged to use a variety of art materials (including oil pastels, mosaic, clay and collage) and to observe form, texture and colour to creatively express their experiences at the Gardens.

In particular, they focus on reflecting how the changes of seasons are conveyed through the colours, shapes and patterns of plants.

The result is a vibrant and stunning exhibition. The gallery is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, access free.

April 18, 2009