A curated show of 14 London designer-makers and artists will be taking place in the stunning House Mill Gallery in Bromley-by-Bow 8-17th September The House Mill Gallery is part of the Grade I listed House Mill, believed to the oldest and largest tidal mill in the world. It is set in a beautiful riverside location in east London. The old brick walls and lime-washed wood panels of the Gallery space create a truly unique ambience for exhibitions of artists' and modern craft makers' work.
This year's show features beautifully made textiles, print, painting, photography, ceramics, jewellery and 3D work, all for sale, featuring a 'trail' of pieces made for this year's show by each maker themed 'Tracks & Trails'.
More details of individual artists can be found on the Makers at the Mill website. The House Mill is accessible by public transport via Bromley-by-Bow tube and Bow Road DLR stations. The House Mill sits on waterside footpaths that run along the River Lea and the Lea Navigation linking the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park with Limehouse and Lea Mouth. Parking is also available at the nearby Tesco store, on the slip-road from the southbound A12, just south of the Bow flyover interchange. Further details of Opening Hours of The House Mill and cafe, together with information about hiring the Gallery can be found on the House Mill website.
Venue Details & Map
Three Mill Lane
- +44 (0)20 8980 4626
- Public transport:
- Take underpass, walk north towards Tesco, along Three Mill Lane and over bridge.