The Cookham and Maidenhead Arts Trail will be showcasing the work of many of the artists taking part in this year’s trail.
Works in diverse media will include painting, glass, jewellery, ceramics, printmaking and photography. The exhibition will be open either side of the trail weekend itself.
For the sixth year, local artists will be opening their studios to the public on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 September.
An immersive exhibition to explore and discover.
The Gallery is transformed by work created by local children as part of our annual art competition. Inspired by our Christmas production, The Bear by bestselling author, Raymond Briggs.
Visit the story den for storytelling sessions while you’re here for tales from the land of Bears and beyond.
This year's exhibition is curated by visual artist Amelia Pimlott and students from BCA college as part of our young creatives project.
Jan Beaney and Jean Littlejohn are renowned textile artists, authors and teachers and have exhibited and sold their work around the world.
For the first time they are holding an exhibition in Maidenhead, inspired by the aspects of the grounds of Cliveden and the history of Taplow Court.
Julian Gordon Mitchell synthesises the surreal and metaphysical with popular imagery, and a sense of painting's long history.
Julian has exhibited widely in the UK and abroad, including the Cabinet Office in Westminster and the National Portrait Gallery as part of the BP Portrait Prize.
Title of work: Madame Cassoulet
Led by Caroline Crawford.
A sociable group for over 65s who want to make art, but just aren’t doing it right now. Professional artist Caroline Crawford leads this creative community. Explore your arty side, grow in creative confidence and meet new people!
Mon 9 – 30 Sept, 14 Oct – 4 Nov, 11 Nov – 2 Dec, 9 – 23 Dec
10am – 12pm
£16 per session | plus £2 materials cost to tutor directly
A photography project in association with Norden Farm and Achieving for Children/RBWM Children in Care Council, Kickback.
The project has been developed through consultation with young people. They want to be seen in a positive light doing activities that they are passionate about and put a smile on their faces.
Led by Jo Hall
Use pastels to explore natural forms with an autumnal flavour including drying leaves, seed heads and autumn fruits. Moving on to making compositions based on Autumn in the garden.
Tues 5 Nov – 10 Dec
10am – 1pm
£99 for 6 week course