7 February - 31 May 2015
For centuries, the breathtaking views of Richmond upon Thames have inspired artists and visitors alike contributing, in the eighteenth century, to a new way of perceiving beauty in the landscape.
29 January - 22 March 2015
You will see works pulsating with vibrant colour, landscapes cascading with tropical plants, wood, water, sea, still lifes, portraits of West Indian village life, of powerful women and abstracts. All created from a series of tiny West London flats.
Orleans House Gallery is launching a project to target loneliness and isolation in Richmond Borough.
We are looking for volunteers for our ‘Buddy Up’ initiative. Volunteers will provide support for people coming to ‘Talk and Draw’ workshops. The sessions will focus on art works in our exhibitions and use conversation, socialising, and a light hearted approach to drawing as a way to engage people living in isolation. Volunteers will act as familiar and regular companions to participants during the sessions.
Training will be provided by Orleans House Gallery. If you would like to help with this programme please contact Gwen Ramsay for further details about upcoming training sessions in February and March.
In partnership with Richmond Upon Thames Public Health
Join us for a range of daytime, evening and weekend adult art classes.
Join us this February half term and work with professional artists specialising in a range of different art-forms. Be inspired by our gallery exhibitions ‘Richmond Views’ and ‘Rudi Patterson: Visions of my Island in the Sun’.
Join us at Orleans House Gallery for a series of drop-in, relaxed and creative art sessions for all the family on Sunday afternoons. Suitable for children aged 4 and above.
Suitable for children under 5, See Saw allows children to learn, play and explore in our multi-sensory sessions designed to encourage creativity, curiosity and develop skills in communication, co-ordination and social interaction. No booking necessary just drop-in on the day.
Updated: 3 February 2015