Events & Exhibitions
East Finchley Open Artists are pleased to support Homeless Action in Barnet, a charity working since 1997 to support the homeless and vulnerably housed within Barnet. Please help us to help homeless people in Barnet by bidding in the auction -- all of the funds go to the charity.
Most artists and craftspeople use sketch books as an integral part of their creative activity. Usually unseen, we asked our members to open their sketchbooks to view, to show that good art and craft does not just happen. It is part of a continuing process that goes on all the time.
Global warming is a daunting concept that can be hard to process, and it’s easy to be overwhelmed when confronted with a plethora of scientific statistics about temperatures and predicted sea level rises. This exhibition aims to explore ideas about climate change - its causes and effects. The artists are asked to address the issues of rising temperatures, pollution, natural disasters, rising sea levels and diminishing resources.
11 South Grove London N6 6BS
EFO Artists have again risen to the challenge, five years on from the successful 'Cycles' exhibition, this time producing new artworks which relate to the intriguing theme of 50:50.
Boulangerie Bon Matin, 178 Tollington Park, London, N4 3AJ
Wabi is said to be defined as “rustic simplicity” or “understated elegance” with a focus on a less-is-more mentality. Sabi is translated to “taking pleasure in the imperfect.” The Japanese philosophy encourages us to focus on the blessings hiding in our daily lives, and celebrating the way things are rather than how they should be.
The Phoenix Cinema 52 High Rd, East Finchley, London N2 9PJ
The Gallery at the beautiful Art Deco Cinema at East Finchley is delighted to welcome in the month of August 2019 the EFO artists exhibition of 'Close Up'. In this exhibition each discipline will explore images taken at close range.
The Barbican Library 2nd floor, The Barbican Silk Street, London, EC2Y 8DS
EFO Artists were, for the first time, exhibiting a selection of their work at the Barbican Library gallery in March 2019. The title of the show was "Primavera".