BEAT, the Borough of Ealing Art Trail offers a window into the world of local artists and encourages their passion for creating and provides an opportunity to discover local artists in your area.
It’s over two weekends Saturday 10- Sunday 11 September and Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 September.
This year over 200 artists showcasing and selling their work in over 60 venues across the borough of Ealing.
Entry is free and artists will be happy to chat with you about their work and artwork will be displayed. Some artists will give demonstrations of their techniques and methods.
This art trail enables local artists open their homes, studios or appear at local venues to exhibit and sell their work.
The brochure and app has details of where to find artists around the Borough. The guide has four maps to help you plan your visits.
The art on display this year includes nature photography, landscapes, sculptures from found objects, lockdown trees, cyclists of Ealing.
Here is a selection of highlights ActforEaling found with an environmental theme:
Horsenden Farm, Horsenden Lane North, UB6 7PQ
Sat 17, Sun 18 Venue 1+
Displaying artwork from our Naturally Creative Art in Nature sessions, which are nature-based art sessions incorporating evidence-based mental health self-care techniques. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
IMPACT Theatre, Horsenden
IMPACT Community Arts Centre, Horsenden Lane South UB6 8GP
Sat 10, Sun 11, Sat 17, Sun 18 Venue: 3+
Digital art, film/video, mixed media. Our learning disabled artists are showcasing an immersive film and artwork highlighting ocean pollution. This work was inspired initially by the sculptor Jason de Caires Taylor.
Christine Eborall, St Barnabus Church
St Barnabus Church, Pitshanger Lane W5 1 QG
Sat 10, Sun 11, Sat 17, Sun 18 Venue: 6+
Textiles Tapestries woven in plastic packaging, marine plastic and other discarded plastic materials.
Ange B Designs, Open Ealing
Open Ealing, Unit 14 School Lane, Dickens Yard, W5 2TD
Sat 10, Sun 11, Sat 17, Sun 18 Venue: 25+
Art Deco-inspired Recycled Silver and Solid 9ct Gold rings, that can be worn on their own or as stacking rings. The geometric shapes and clean lines that resonate throughout Ange B Designs Jewellery, have been combined with the mixed metals to offer you endless possibilities and stacking style combinations. www.angebdesigns.com