Ben Johnson

Studio 51

4 st peter's wharf chiswick mall
W6 9UD

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020 8741 2707

Drawing, painting, photography, printmaking

In recent years drawing has become more important within my practice alongside my preoccupation for architecture and Islamic geometry.  

In the past twelve months I have exhibited nationally at the John Moores Painting Prize, The Royal Academy, the TBW Drawing Prize, also contributing five paintings to the exhibition "Superstructures" at the Sainsbury's Centre for Contemporary Art.  Internationally, I have exhibited in a museum show in Andorra and I am part of a travelling exhibition in Brazil. Opens in a new window


Studio information

The studio is not on the ground floor.

Steps down into studio.

Steps up to mezzanine.

4 St. Peter’s Wharf,
Chiswick Mall,
London W6 9UD.

Tel. 020 8741 2707
Mobile: 07760 244 122

If driving:

From east:
Turn left off Great West Road (A4) at Black Lion Lane South (shortly after a petrol station). Black Lion Lane South leads you right into Hammersmith Terrace.
St. Peter’s Wharf is attached to the end of Hammersmith Terrace on your left. Looks like 60’s flats with garages at the bottom.

From west:
At Hogarth roundabout (i.e. junction of Burlington Lane/Hogarth Lane/Great West Road) take Church Street to river.
Left at river along Chiswick Mall.
Eventually reach a hump in the road.
Shortly after hump St. Peter’s Wharf is on your right. Looks like 60’s flats with garages at the bottom.

If coming by tube it is 10 minutes walk from Stamford Brook tube station, on the District Line.
Exit station and turn right onto Goldhawk Road. Walk to King Street (main road).
Cross King Street and almost straight across but slightly to your left is St. Peter’s Square. Walk to the bottom of the square and you will see St. Peter’s Church to the left.

By this church you will find an underpass (under the Great West Road)
Go under underpass and exit into Black Lion Lane South.
At the bottom of Black Lion Lane South you reach the Black Lion pub.
Turn right into Hammersmith Terrace (tall row of Georgian houses).
St. Peter’s Wharf is at the end of Hammersmith Terrace on the river side of the road (left hand side). Looks like 60’s flats with garages at the bottom.

Map: Go to google maps and type in postcode W6 9UD.

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