What's on view over the festive season
From unique glass gifts, to images commissioned for a James Bond film, here's what's currently on show in galleries across Fulham this December.
Roxby Place, end of Rickett Street, SW6 1RS
Creative Christmas: Unique and affordable handmade glass gifts.
Open Tue-Sat 10am till 6pm, until December 23.
Phone 020 7610 1900
PIERS FEETHAM GALLERY
475 Fulham Road, SW6 1HL
'Caffs, Delis and Nosh'
Christmas exhibition on a food theme, featuring the paintings of Virginia Powell, accompanied by a mix of paintings, prints and sculpture by gallery artists, ceramics by Prue Cooper, Christine Feiler, Sophie MacCarthy, Kate Scott, Irena Sibrijns, Paul Jackson, Belgin Bozsahin and textiles by Cressida Bell.
Open Tue-Fri 10am till 6pm until December 23, then continuing from Jan 6 to 15.
Phone 020 7381 3031
33 Greyhound Road, W6
James Bond - The Thunderball Artworks
This exhibition is a collection of rarely seen, evocative images commissioned for the James Bond film Thunderball movie, originally created by Stephen Gimes (Art Director for John Houston) as pre-production story-board drawings. They were exhibited at The Venice Film Festival in 1959 to raise interest for the first Bond film project. This series of unique pre-production storyboard drawings from the Whittingham archive have been created in colour on canvas and giclee paper using Epson Archival inks by Sylvan Whittingham Mason.
Open till Jan 6, phone gallery on 020 7381 5727 for opening times
106 Dawes Road
The first solo exhibition of artist and writer Leah Lovett.
Open Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 12pm till 6pm, until Jan 15, closed Dec 23- Jan 4
Phone 020 7385 5618
HIDDE VAN SEGGELEN
2 Michael Road, SW6
I Still Want to Drown - an exhibition by New York based artist Cheryl Donegan with a video of the same name as the centrepiece.
Open Wed to Sat, 12pm till 6pm until Jan 14, closed from Dec 24 till Jan 4.
Phone 020 3441 3652.
December 20, 2010