Philippa Marshall and Michelle Kurth in residence at The Free Space Gallery

 

 Philippa Marshall

ActionSpace artist Philippa Marshall and  Artist Facilitator Michelle Kurth are working together on a collaborative residency at The Free Space Gallery in Kentish Town.

Philippa works mainly with paint and collage and creates large pieces of bold, colourful artwork. As a non-verbal artist, the colours Philippa uses are really important and they become a form of communication to help express her emotions.

Michelle is a handweaver. She explores woven tapestry using a variety of materials and her background as a graphic designer is often reflected in her work. She enjoys using bold colours and her work in both 2D and 3D is mainly conceptual; frequently moving away from more traditional tapestry weaving.
Phillipa and Michelle will be creating work in response to their environment and to the experience of working with each other.

The residency commences in September will continue until the end of November, with an exhibition in early December. So stay tuned to see their progress here and on Michelle’s blog!

Private View and Exhibition

Private View: 2 December 6:30 – 9.00pm
Exhibition Dates: 3 December 2016 – 27 January 2017 9:00am until 6:30pm Monday to Friday
Location: Kentish Town Health Centre, 2 Bartholomew Road, NW5 2BX London

Following their three month residency at the Free Space Gallery, Artists Philippa Marshall and Michelle Kurth invite you, during the private view, to join them for some colourful activities and an informal tour of their work.

RSVP to info@freespacegallery.org or info@actionspace.org

Workshops

27 October and 10 November
Workshop Times: 1pm – 3pm
Location: Kentish Town Health Centre, 2 Bartholomew Road, NW5 2BX London

Join Philippa and Michelle for their series of 2 workshops , Create with a Colour, where you will be able to find out more about their ongoing residency and to create work with collage, paint and weaving. Choose a colour and let loose.

Image: Artwork by Philippa Marshall and Michelle Kurth

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