Heath Life presents an exhibition of art work inspired by Hampstead Heath at Burgh House Gallery and Museum in Hampstead.

The show opens on the 25th January and runs until the 1st April 2012. It will feature work donated from artists, illustrators and photographers who share a passion for Hampstead Heath.

Video and animation work inspired by Hampstead Heath developed through the Heath Life workshop programme will also be on display.

Featuring work by: Ross Adams, Kathy Clauss, Olivia Poppy Coles, Susan Clayton, Judy Cottam, Jenny Cox, Mia Dougless, Martin Gelgyn, Sandrine Joseph, Hanna Klein, Alex McCarre, Abigail Harding, Tim Harbour, Cicely Herbert, Peter Hillel, Matt Hird, Mari I’Anson, Old Ford School Room 13, Jack Laurance, Andrew Pantoja, Roman Vester, Kelly Sandall, Emilie Selbourne, Jennie Stoller, Hannah Turin, WAC Performing Arts College, Ben White and many more.

This exhibition is a great opportunity to see how a wide range of artists have been inspired by Hampstead Heath. It’s wonderful to see how the diversity of people’s experience of the heath is expressed through different art forms. Mayor of Camden, Councillor Abdul Quadir

Photo: Alex McCarren