Exhibition running 10th April to 28th May 2017
PRIVATE VIEW – THURSDAY 18TH MAY
The Private View will followed by Jazz at Karamel featuring Time Zone. With Loz Speyer/Trumpet, Martin Hathaway/Saxophone, Stuart Hall/Guitar, Ryan Trebilcock/bass, Andy Ball/Drums and Maurizio Revalico/Congas. Tickets with this Private View invitation will be reduced by 50% to £5. If you wish to attend please book a table in advance.
Graduate from Middlesex University and Chelsea School of Art, one of Chocolate Factory’s resident artists Lea Yehud will be having a solo exhibition at Karamel in the heart of Wood Green’s Cultural Quarter.
Lea is an established textile and jewellery designer whose work has been internationally renowned, with her art and collections showcased from Geneva to Japan.
Working with semi-precious gemstones her intricate and bespoke designs resonate with serenity and a naturalistic nuance, combined with her unique eye and talent for using raw materials such as glass and sourced beads from around the globe.
She has also been personally selected by top couture designer Paul Smith, for her bespoke hand painted scarfs to sell in his London and Paris boutiques.
She has also worked on the set of “Interview with a Politician” as a production designer.
The exhibition will be hosted at Karamel, Chocolate Factory 2 from Wednesday 5th April until end of May, with a Private View on 18th May.
Lea also offers a repair service, jewellery, scarves and textile workshops from her studio at the Chocolate Factory in the Cultural Quarter.
You check out more of Lea’s beautiful work here: http://n22openstudios.com/project/lea-yehud/