Louise Anderson

What subjects do you teach?

I teach a variety of subjects including printmaking, alternative photographic techniques, cyanotype, creative mindfulness and, wellbeing and self-development.

How many years have you been teaching?

I have been teaching for over 20 years in higher education and further education.

What got you into art and design?

My love and joy for printmaking began at summer school at Putney School of Art and Design before going on to study for an MA Art and Space at Kingston School of Art. I specialise in alternative photographic techniques, cyanotype, printmaking, creative mindfulness and installation art. I have taught on The National Saturday Club, and locally at Kew Art Studio, Kingston Museum, Landmark Arts Centre and more. I offer 1-1’s as well as bespoke classes for all ages.

What other passions do you have?

I work as a professional gardener and have passion for growing vegetables in my allotment kitchen garden. I’m also passionate about research and archives, and enjoy unravelling histories to support my artistic practice.

Why should someone join your classes?

I am passionate about inspiring and enabling people to find their own creative pathway and build their confidence and self-esteem.