Christmas Three Returns to Windmill Road

Trio of local artists displaying work in open studio

A sampling of the work of the three contributing artists
A sampling of the work of the three contributing artists

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November 25, 2023

Three Chiswick creatives who are regular participants in the annual Artists at Home festival are holding an open studio.

The Christmas T(h)ree event will see their work on display at 9 Windmill Road (W4 1RN) just off the High Road from Friday 1 December to Sunday 3 December.

The artists exhibiting are Joanna Brendon who paints in oils, mixed media and charcoal drawings, Bobby Kociejowski who makes handwoven scarves and shawls in silk, cashmere and wool plus Annette O’Sullivan who works in sculptured jewellery with texture and found objects.

It has been almost four years since the artists exhibited together in this manner and you are welcome to view their work with mulled wine and mince pies at the following times:

Friday, 1 December 6-9pm
Saturday, 2 December 11am-6pm
Sunday, 3 December 11am-6pm

The artists say they love showing together and agree when people say how synergetic
their work is and pieces will be available at affordable prices for unique Christmas gifts.

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