Primrose Hill Art Trail

Due to the lockdown and social distancing many smaller galleries remain shut. The ever inventive PHCA (Primrose Hill Community Association) has come up with a fabulous idea to support local artists at this difficult time. They are turning the whole of Primrose Hill into an open air gallery.

Artists in the area display their work anywhere it can be seen from the street - their studio window, house, friend's house or local shop. PHCA have produced an online interactive map showing all the venues where artwork can be seen.

Visitors can follow the trail around Primrose Hill and see 37 artist's work without going inside. Everything can be viewed from the street and if someone would like to contact the artist and/or buy one of the artworks, there is a clickable link on the map to take you to the artist's website and contact details. 

It's a lovely way to spend a Sunday afternoon in London and experience a bit of local art - I think it's a genius idea!

Sunday 2nd August 2.30 pm to 6 pm

Click here to view the ART TRAIL MAP

One of my House Portraits, many of which are of the Primrose Hill area, will be on display at 2 St George's Mews. It is not for sale but commissions are welcome, starting at £250.


Also on display two views of Primrose Hill which are for sale £180 framed

Kate Guy prints view of Primrose Hill monotype print       Kate Guy monotype print Primrose Hill London


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