Artist Open Houses

22 Oct 2016 - 23 Oct 2016

Now in its 16th year, East Kent Artists’ Open Houses (EKOH) has gone from strength to strength with more artists than ever, over 200 spread over 70 houses and studios.

The artists’ trail gives the public a personal insight into how an artist works within their specialised field. It opens up a wealth of information and interest to pave the way for making new contacts and discovering opportunities for anyone interested in taking up new fields of creativity. The trail is your chance to visit artists in their homes, to speak to them in person about their work and to find out what is happening in your local area. This is a rare opportunity to experience a diverse array of high quality work in a relaxed setting; with so many venues to choose from there should be something for everyone.

Saturday 22nd 
• Lovelys Gallery, Cliftonville

Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd
• Dee Wild and Ian Barrowcliffe at Quex Craft Village, Park Lane, Birchington
• Jo Miller, Amy Oliver and Jo Samuel at 12 Wellesley Road, Margate
• Zoe Murphy and Jason Pay at 4A Lombard Street, Margate
• Polly High, Clare Pattinson, Katherine Priest and Mair Salts at Margate Harbour Arm Studio
• Michael Richardson at Margate Harbour Arm Gallery & Studio
• Margot Bandola at Pie Factory Margate until 25 October
• Mike Arnold at Studio 1 Pie Factory Margate, 5-9 Broad Street
• Don Eachells at Studio 2 Pie Factory Margate, 5-9 Broad Street
• Helen Whitehead at Studio 5 Pie Factory Margate , 5-9 Broad Stret
• E.J Laven, Jane McCourt, Ruth McDonald, Charlie Russell, Jill Pantony and Kasia Wilde at Hazelwood Studio, Gallery 7, Pie Factory Margate, Broad Street
• Jane Adams and Karen Thompson at Lombard Street Gallery Margate
• Heike Munnelly and Quona Bullivant at 46 Church Road, Ramsgate
• Janice George – Allen at 3 Bellevue Road, Ramsgate
• Sarah Stokes, Kate Baker and Josephine Harvatt at 3 Montefiore Avenue, Ramsgate
• Des Buckley at 100 Broadstairs Road, Broadstairs
• Linda James at 36 King Edward Avenue, Broadstairs
• Karen Hiscock-Lawrence and Brian Hodgson at New Kent Art Gallery, 49A Albion Street Broadstairs