The Parkland Walk is a perfect place to escape to if you’re an artist. We’re very happy to display your art on our website so please do send us your work and any accompanying information you would like to see displayed. Below is a selection of pictures we have compiled over the years.
Ben Wilson’s Chewing gum art
Throughout 2020 Ben Wilson, famous for his miniature artworks created on discarded chewing gum, was creating pictures along the Parkland Walk. They range for depictions of insects and wildlife and historic references to the railways through to pictures that are personal to the people he spoke to while out on the path. They’re discretely place so go to our webpage for Ben’s Chewing Gum Trail for tips on finding his pictures and an iSpy crib sheet for young Sherlocks! Follow Ben on Instagram
Jacqueline Freeman is an artist and illustrator living in north London. A member of the Highgate Watercolour Group, Islington Art Society and affiliated to the Society of Graphic Fine Artists.
Alison is a member of the Friends and a keen urban sketcher. You can see more of Alison’s work on Instagram
Islington art society
Members of Islington Art Society spent a day at Crouch Hill in July 2014. These are reproduced by kind permission of Janet Payne, Sue Lees and Rosalind Readhead.