Doors open at Keeper's Cottage for Artist's Open House weekend
Dulwich's charming Keeper's Cottage will open its doors to the public this weekend (7, 8 May) for Artist's Open House, showcasing professional work by two of the Gallery's teaching artists. Whether you come and see the work as part of your Open House trail, or combined with our soon to close Nikolai Astrup exhibition, it's the ideal way to see work by local artists as well as marvel in the cottage and Gallery's beautiful grounds.
Liz Charsley-Jory works in a range of media: graphite, charcoal, oil pastel and ink. Her plant drawings stem from views and specimens gathered while cycling through parks, along rivers and further a eld.
Joanna Veevers' work is informed by her background in textiles and ceramics and her preoccupation with drawing and surfaces. Ceramic tiles and wall pieces, mosaics, porcelain jewellery and prints.
The cottage will be open from 10am-5pm and is free of charge.