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Mar 7, 2018 to Apr 28, 2018

Now remaining to view until April 28th. Large oil paintings by Anne Heagney made shortly after losing hearing in one ear and partially in the other.

They are reflections in windows, daytime and night time, combined with what is seen through the window.

Anne herself appears faintly within the paintings, reflecting the feeling of not quite being present which hearing impaired people often have.

The challenge for an artist is tackling the varied tones of both reflections and reality, lights and reflected lights.

 

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  • Anne,
    I loved your paintings - very atmospheric, and they have a great sense of depth.
    btw I couldn't see any signs up in the Library telling people about the exhibition, and in particular where it is - I had to ask. I had even been into the computer room, but clearly kept my eyes glued to the floor!
    • Thank you! I think most Library users don't notice the exhibitions. The Library tries to have a different exhibition each month. The Librarian puts the information on some inter-Library message place - I wrote a blurb for her - but I suppose it would be good for them to put up a poster somewhere as ell. I'll pass on the suggestion for the future!
    • I wasn't aware of the monthly exhibitions at all! Meanwhile, since your exhibition is on for another month, just an A4 sheet on the door of the computer room would at least help.
    • I've taken a 'poster' and left a message, and emailed!!
    • Oh yes - there's a limit to what you can do!
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ArtHouse Theatre and Drama workshops for teenagers - 5-day workshop beginning 20 Aug, 10-3.30pm each day - Ply Gallery, Hornsey Town Hall.

Family Bug Hug - 25 Aug from 1:30pm to 2:30pm - Alexandra Park N10

Broomfield Blues - 26 Aug from 1.30-5pm - Broomfield Park bandstand (open mic 1.30-2.30)

Dog Factor 2018 - 26 Aug from 2.30-5pm - Finsbury Park, Manor House Gate entrance

Picnic in the Dark watching Pirates of the Caribbean - 31 Aug at 7pm - Broomfield Park N13

Music in the Gardens - every Sunday in July/Aug from 3-5pm - Muswell Hill Methodist Church, 28 Pages Lane N10 (check post for details).

Hornsey Historical Society: Public Local History Surgery - 1 Sep from 10.30-2.30pm - Old Schoolhouse, 136 Tottenham Lane N8

Palmers Green Festival - 2 Sep from 12-7pm - Broomfield Park

The Campfire Crew at Bowes Park Folk Club - 6 Sep from 8pm - Mum's Bistro, 143 Myddleton Road, Bowes Park N22

Come and Sing the Fauré Requiem - 8 Sept from 2-7pm - St. Andrew's Church, Alexandra Park Road N10. With Fortismere Community Choir.

EcoPark visit - 14 Sep from 10.30-12pm - EcoPark on the North Circular in Edmonton. Booking essential.

An Evening with Tim West and guests - 21 Sep at 7pm - Big Green Bookshop

Craft and Gift Event - 7 Oct from 11-5pm - Earl Haig Hall, Elder Avenue, Crouch End

EcoPark visit - 12 Oct from 10.30-12pm - EcoPark on the North Circular in Edmonton. Booking essential.

Le Patin Libre: Threshold - 18-21st October, 2 performances most evenings - Ice Rink, Alexandra Palace

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