Epoh Beech. Visit to artist’s studio. Artist’s talk

1 February 2016 : 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

ACAVA 54 Blechynden Street London W10 6RJ

We are please to invite you to our first meeting of the year. We are visiting artist Epoh Beech at her studio in ACAVA, West London on Monday 1st February, 6.30pm.

Free but need booking. Limited places. RSVP to [email protected]

Epoh works in painting, drawing and hand drawn animation. She studied as a fine artist in Florence, at Cheltenham Art School and Chelsea College of Art. She has an MA in Art Therapy from the University of Hertfordshire.

Epoh Beech's  current project is "The Masque of Blackness”, a hand drawn animation and large scale charcoal drawings. It is re imagining of “The Masque of Blackness” by Ben Johnson (1605) and “Heart of Darkness” by Joseph Conrad (1899) Both works are narrated from the Thames about West African rivers.
The work is connected to the landscape, literature and music. She will show her work in progress and working process in her studio. She will give an illustrated talk about her project, and mention the artists and ideas that have influenced her practice.
The “Masque of Blackness” is due to be exhibited in London in March 2017.

You can see her work www.epohbeech.co.uk  and follow her on Twitter @epohbeech

 Venue: Studio 18, ACAVA  54 Blechynden Street London W10 6RJ (Just around the corner from Latimer Road Station.)