Suraya Arts: Autumn 2015

22nd - 27th October 2015
Opening Night - Wednesday 21st October 6-9pm

Suraya Arts is having its second exhibition. After the successful show in June this year, when over £1000 was raised for a community of widows in Rwanda, the eleven artists are back with another eclectic and vibrant exhibition of recent works at the Camden Image Gallery, from Wednesday 21 – Tuesday 27 October, 12pm -7pm daily.

Private View will be on Wednesday 21 October 6pm – 9pm.

The artists’ themes are wide ranging and thoughtful: from memory and exile, dreamscapes and dark imaginings, elemental landscapes, identity and outsider, entrapment and escape - to belonging and longing, symbolism and ancient motifs, celebration and peace. The artists use diverse media including; ceramics, textiles, sculpture, photography, painting and collage with found objects.

Artists will also have prints of original artwork for sale.

An important part of Suraya Arts’ manifesto is to work towards creating a fairer and more equitable world. Each year the collective sponsors a community living in extreme poverty. The members raise funds through exhibition events and art sales and contribute towards education and training opportunities for the community members so that they can build sustainable lives for themselves and their children. This year Suraya Arts is sponsoring Aspire Rwanda



















- Tasleema Alam
- Vicky Gee
- Carolina Graterol
- Jenni Gregory
- Chris Joseph
- Helen Kaminsky
- Marcia Mar
- Elizabeth Rai
- Margaret Thompson
- Jo Pethybridge
- Deepa Zaman
















EXHIBITION Information

'Suraya Arts: Autumn 2015'  will be on display from 22nd - 27th October 2015

Mixed Media Exhibition

Opening hours 12 - 7pm Daily