Relax and kick back in our peaceful Goan chill out space.
Lie back and enjoy projections in the fisherman’s hut or colour in a mandala while relaxing on a beanbag. Gentle rhythmic sounds in this colour filled space complete the total relaxation experience.
This gallery installation includes work made with local schools through Norden Farm’s Farm Out programme and with young people through our Young Creatives programme supported by the Spoore Merry and Rixman Foundation.
Featuring artwork made by pupils from Burchetts Green Infant School, Woodlands Park, Wessex Primary School, St Edmund Campion, St Mary’s Primary School, Furze Platt Infant School, Cookham Rise, Furze Platt Junior School an Oldfield School.
Suitable for everyone, including children with SEND.
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.
We are delighted to present this inaugural exhibition of work made by students from Maidenhead schools.
A wealth of talent in a range of mediums from Altwood School, Cox Green and Manor Green. This show is part of Farm Out the flagship Norden Farm Arts Programme for schools funded by the Spoore Merry & Rixman Foundation.
Artwork credit: R Middleton, Altwood Secondary School, Year 12
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