We are delighted to be able to welcome work from talented local artists to our community space at OneStonegrove.
We are looking for local established and emerging artists living or working in Barnet, Harrow or otherwise fairly local to OneStonegrove, who would like to exhibit their work. We welcome solo exhibitions or groups showcasing themes. We especially welcome work linked to nature and the environment.
We see this as a place for local artists who may not find it easy to display work at established galleries to step into exhibition spaces, and also to display work that challenges and broadens people’s outlook.
With upwards of 50,000 visitors a year, OneStonegrove is a family-friendly, relaxed, community space. Displayed artwork needs to be suitable for the overall ambience of our cheerful, welcoming space.
If you’re interested in exhibiting at OneStonegrove, please find out how to apply below.
Ewelina Ogrodniczak, September 1st – October 1st 2023
Meet Ewelina Ogrodniczak a talented and passionate female photographer with a special focus on capturing precious moments and heartfelt connections. With expertise in babies/children, family, maternity, portraits, and event photography, she has a knack for immortalizing the most beautiful and meaningful moments in life. Her true passion towards photography started when she got her first camera and she have been doing it for over 15 years now.
With a gentle touch and an artistic eye, Ewelina has an innate ability to create a comfortable and relaxed environment, ensuring that people feel at ease in front of the camera. Whether it’s a newborn baby, a playful child, a loving family, or a glowing expectant mother, she knows how to bring out the genuine emotions and personalities that make each moment truly unforgettable.
To see Ewelina’s work visit her website: www.inlightphoto.myportfolio.com
Panna Vekaria, November 2023
Panna Vekaria is a visionary creator who merges the realms of spirituality and abstract art, inviting viewers to embark on a journey of introspection and transcendence. Through vibrant colours, fluid brushstrokes, and ethereal compositions, Panna channels the depths of the soul and the mysteries of the universe onto the canvas.
With a profound connection to the spiritual realm, Panna explores the inner landscapes of the human experience, translating emotions, energies, and metaphysical concepts into visual expressions, through music and meditation.
Inspired by the interconnectedness of all things, Panna seeks to awaken the divine spark within each viewer, encouraging a deeper understanding of the self and the interconnected web of life. The artworks serve as catalysts for personal transformation, inviting reflection, meditation, and an exploration of the boundless realms of consciousness.
Drawing from various spiritual traditions and universal wisdom, Panna imbues each piece with a sense of sacredness and a longing for unity. The abstract forms, symbols, and energetic brushstrokes weave together to create a visual language that transcends words and touches the depths of the soul.
With a belief in the transformative power of art, Panna invites viewers to embrace their own spiritual journey and discover their unique connection to the divine. Panna’s artworks have been showcased in exhibitions in Milan and London, touching the hearts and souls of art enthusiasts, spiritual seekers, and collectors. Each piece is a testament to the power of art to elevate consciousness, ignite the imagination, and spark a profound connection to the mysteries that lie beyond our everyday perception.
Apply to exhibit your work at OneStonegrove
To apply to exhibit at OneStonegrove, please complete the form below. Please read the additional information and terms below.
Additional information and terms
All works would need to be in frames or able to be hung on our rail system. We have space to display 15-20 pieces of hanging art (each up to A3). If your work is different sizes, please let me know, and we can measure how many pieces would fit.
Hanging your work is free. However, we have 3 options to consider:
- A minimum of 10% on any sales to support the community artists’ program.
- A discussion about offering a workshop or some community involvement/volunteering.
- A one off donation for our charity.
A private preview evening/event can be organised for friends, family and the community. There may be an extra cost for this.
We would like some information about your work and yourself to display alongside the exhibition. We will require a photo headshot and 250 words explaining you and your work.
Whilst we will take all possible care to ensure your artwork is safe and well looked after while it is with us, exhibitors must understand we are a community space, open to the public, and so leaving work on display is at the artist’s own risk. We recommend that artists have their own insurance to cover possible theft or accidental damage.
We can arrange a suitable day for hanging work, so staff are able to support as much as possible. When putting up and taking down your work it is once again your responsibility to leave the hanging system neat and clear of any remaining cord, and also to clear excess rubbish/packaging etc. so the area is left clean for the incoming artists.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.