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Exhibitions and Fairs

(to end of August 2020)

Landmark Summer Art Salon (1st w/e of 3)

Original artwork

10am – 5pm

A timed ticket event to ensure safe social distancing – book now online!

Open over three weekends the Art Salon will feature a range of artists, many from the local area, with all work for sale. The original artworks are in a wide range of media including printmaking, painting, sculpture, photography, and jewellery.

Artists include:

  • Angela Brittain: a contemporary abstract impressionist painter who works intuitively with colour and movement;
  • Richmond based printmaker Nicky Browne: who draws and prints local buildings, and trees and recently, she completed a new print of the Landmark building;
  • Anjali B. Purkayastha: an artist specialising in ink drawings inspired by Indian folk art. Her work is beautiful, often abstract and exquisitely intricate.
  • Teddington artist Stephen Doak: creates large collage pieces made using recycled paper glued to card. He is selling his wonderful piece of Strawberry Hill House with 100% of the profit towards our Save the Landmark campaign – thank you Stephen!
  • Rachel Newton: a self taught abstract painter living and working in Middlesex, who uses a variety of media, mainly acrylics, gesso and metal leaf to create atmospheric and deceptively understated pieces often on a large scale. Viewing her work at the Landmark you’ll be able to see the full depth and texture of her work.
  • Jim Woodman’s work is noted for its use of strong, vibrant colours that imbue stark landscapes with warmth and intensity. His inspiration is the landscape, which he paints in oils and watercolours; he also paints the Thames and its environs in London.

Other artists include: Henrietta van der Does, Sarah Hudson, Mary Fountain, Sue Ribbans, Miles Esfahani, Tim Sutton, Raph Thomas, Jocelyn Horsfall, Areej Abdi, Sally McKay, Kate Winskill, Maggie Penton, Jim Hanlon, Mike Cole, Caroline Sayer, Kitty Wass, Elizabeth Jorden, Stephen Harling, Linda Jenkins, Karen Jones, Louise Powell, Sennen Powell, Madeline Morrow, Sue Roe, Khilna Shah, Rachel Hall, Nagihan Seymour, Jennie Ing, Stephanie Wilkinson, Gill Smith, Emma Durnford, Doina Moss, Leigh Warnick, and Cathi Gardner.

We will also be joined by artists from the Surrey Sculpture Society, who will be showing & selling works outside in the Landmark’s woodland garden.

Tickets:
£5 adults, £4 concessions, LAC Members £3, Under 16s free. note This is a timed entry exhibition and all tickets MUST be booked in advance, including free tickets for Under 16s. All profits will go to the Save The Landmark Appeal.
To book:
Book online
Venue:
address, travel options
Note!
Essential information for visitors

Landmark Summer Art Salon (2nd w/e of 3)

Original artwork

10am – 5pm

A timed ticket event to ensure safe social distancing – book now online!

Open over this second of three weekends, the Art Salon will feature a range of artists, many from the local area, with all work for sale. The original artworks are in a wide range of media including printmaking, painting, sculpture, photography, and jewellery.

Artists include:

  • Angela Brittain: a contemporary abstract impressionist painter who works intuitively with colour and movement;
  • Richmond based printmaker Nicky Browne: who draws and prints local buildings, and trees and recently, she completed a new print of the Landmark building;
  • Anjali B. Purkayastha: an artist specialising in ink drawings inspired by Indian folk art. Her work is beautiful, often abstract and exquisitely intricate.
  • Teddington artist Stephen Doak: creates large collage pieces made using recycled paper glued to card. He is selling his wonderful piece of Strawberry Hill House with 100% of the profit towards our Save the Landmark campaign – thank you Stephen!
  • Rachel Newton: a self taught abstract painter living and working in Middlesex, who uses a variety of media, mainly acrylics, gesso and metal leaf to create atmospheric and deceptively understated pieces often on a large scale. Viewing her work at the Landmark you’ll be able to see the full depth and texture of her work.
  • Jim Woodman’s work is noted for its use of strong, vibrant colours that imbue stark landscapes with warmth and intensity. His inspiration is the landscape, which he paints in oils and watercolours; he also paints the Thames and its environs in London.

Other artists include: Henrietta van der Does, Sarah Hudson, Mary Fountain, Sue Ribbans, Miles Esfahani, Tim Sutton, Raph Thomas, Jocelyn Horsfall, Areej Abdi, Sally McKay, Kate Winskill, Maggie Penton, Jim Hanlon, Mike Cole, Caroline Sayer, Kitty Wass, Elizabeth Jorden, Stephen Harling, Linda Jenkins, Karen Jones, Louise Powell, Sennen Powell, Madeline Morrow, Sue Roe, Khilna Shah, Rachel Hall, Nagihan Seymour, Jennie Ing, Stephanie Wilkinson, Gill Smith, Emma Durnford, Doina Moss, Leigh Warnick, and Cathi Gardner.

We will also be joined by artists from the Surrey Sculpture Society, who will be showing & selling works outside in the Landmark’s woodland garden.

Tickets:
£5 adults, £4 concessions, LAC Members £3, Under 16s free. note This is a timed entry exhibition and all tickets MUST be booked in advance, including free tickets for Under 16s. All profits will go to the Save The Landmark Appeal.
To book:
Book online
Venue:
address, travel options
Note!
Essential information for visitors

Landmark Summer Art Salon (3rd w/e of 3)

Original artwork

10am – 5pm

A timed ticket event to ensure safe social distancing – book now online!

Open over this last of three weekends, the Art Salon will feature a range of artists, many from the local area, with all work for sale. The original artworks are in a wide range of media including printmaking, painting, sculpture, photography, and jewellery.

Artists include:

  • Angela Brittain: a contemporary abstract impressionist painter who works intuitively with colour and movement;
  • Richmond based printmaker Nicky Browne: who draws and prints local buildings, and trees and recently, she completed a new print of the Landmark building;
  • Anjali B. Purkayastha: an artist specialising in ink drawings inspired by Indian folk art. Her work is beautiful, often abstract and exquisitely intricate.
  • Teddington artist Stephen Doak: creates large collage pieces made using recycled paper glued to card. He is selling his wonderful piece of Strawberry Hill House with 100% of the profit towards our Save the Landmark campaign – thank you Stephen!
  • Rachel Newton: a self taught abstract painter living and working in Middlesex, who uses a variety of media, mainly acrylics, gesso and metal leaf to create atmospheric and deceptively understated pieces often on a large scale. Viewing her work at the Landmark you’ll be able to see the full depth and texture of her work.
  • Jim Woodman’s work is noted for its use of strong, vibrant colours that imbue stark landscapes with warmth and intensity. His inspiration is the landscape, which he paints in oils and watercolours; he also paints the Thames and its environs in London.

Other artists include: Henrietta van der Does, Sarah Hudson, Mary Fountain, Sue Ribbans, Miles Esfahani, Tim Sutton, Raph Thomas, Jocelyn Horsfall, Areej Abdi, Sally McKay, Kate Winskill, Maggie Penton, Jim Hanlon, Mike Cole, Caroline Sayer, Kitty Wass, Elizabeth Jorden, Stephen Harling, Linda Jenkins, Karen Jones, Louise Powell, Sennen Powell, Madeline Morrow, Sue Roe, Khilna Shah, Rachel Hall, Nagihan Seymour, Jennie Ing, Stephanie Wilkinson, Gill Smith, Emma Durnford, Doina Moss, Leigh Warnick, and Cathi Gardner.

We will also be joined by artists from the Surrey Sculpture Society, who will be showing & selling works outside in the Landmark’s woodland garden.

Tickets:
£5 adults, £4 concessions, LAC Members £3, Under 16s free. note This is a timed entry exhibition and all tickets MUST be booked in advance, including free tickets for Under 16s. All profits will go to the Save The Landmark Appeal.
To book:
Book online
Venue:
address, travel options
Note!
Essential information for visitors

Contact Us…

Opening Hours

Wheelchair Users

  • Accessible events & classes: marked with the wheelchair symbol.
  • For advice on parking: please telephone LAC Office in advance

Hearing Assistance

  • Main hall: an induction loop is installed.

Food and Drink

  • Café / bar: open for most events; check event listing. For our fairs caterer Enjoy! operates the café, serving tasty home-made food as Enjoy!@The Landmark. What's available at the bar / café.
  • Pre-show supper: available for events marked supper. See event listing for menu and booking deadline. Catering by Enjoy!.

Our Address

Landmark Arts Centre Ferry Road Teddington TW11 9NN United Kingdom

(in South West London, between Twickenham, Richmond, and Kingston-upon-Thames).

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What the building looks like

Travel Options

  • Train: Waterloo to Teddington (approx. 35 minutes), then just over 10 minutes' signposted walk
  • Bus: R68, 281, 285 all stop outside the Centre (‘Teddington Lock’): Stop M across the road, Stop U on the same side, or Stop Y nearby on Kingston Road. Also, 33 via Waldegrave Road, Stop A or Stop B opposite (both ‘Teddington Library’). Bus spider maps.
  • Tube: District line to Richmond and then bus R68 (above)
  • Cycle: on-site parking for up to 12 bicycles
  • Car: no parking on site but free parking in surrounding streets.

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How to Book…

  • Online: where indicated.
  • In person or by phone: Box Office open… Monday – Friday Closed …and from 1pm on the day of weekend performances.Closed Telephone bookings (card only): 020 8977 7558.
  • By post: state the event and number of tickets required and enclose an SAE and cheque payable to ‘Landmark Arts Centre’ to our address.

Please note…

  • Booking fees: if you wish to have your tickets posted and haven’t supplied an SAE, a 50p postage fee applies.
  • Refund & Exchange Policy: no refund of tickets or class bookings will be made unless the event or class is full and we are able to re-sell your ticket/class place, in which case an admin fee of £1 will be deducted from the amount refunded.

Concessions, Offers…

  • Concessions: available to LAC Members and others as noted for the event, workshop or class.
  • Gift vouchers Looking for a gift? Why not buy them Landmark Gift Vouchers! £5, £10 and £20 vouchers are available and can be used for concert tickets, workshops and courses.

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