Textile designer Melanie Bowles and ceramicist Mimi Joung are delighted to show their embroideries and ceramics together as complimentary craft forms for the contemporary interior.
A group of eight designers and artists are showing a wide array of work, including contemporary jewellery, landscape and underwater paintings, artworks created with wood and mirror, screen- […]
Anna Jacobs The Evening Standard called Anna’s designs ‘exquisite’. Fresh from opening her rst shop on Tottenham Court Road, as a Heal’s concession, she is putting on a […]
Marcia Bennett-Male MRBS Marcia is exhibiting her latest culinary influenced stone carvings. Since last year she has moved her art space to Thames-Side Studios in Woolwich. Susan Lowe […]
Sergio is an Italian/Argentinian ceramist and sculptor. He creates unique sculptures, lamps, interior design pieces and jewellery in his workshop.
Lydia draws, prints and makes wonderful handmade cards; Julia’s oil paintings are also available as limited-edition prints; Anna’s nely made vases and bowls are wheel thrown exclusively in […]
Annette Welch’s wheel-thrown stoneware ceramics re ect the natural environment. Her forms are related yet subtly different in shape, proportion and colour. Sarah Christian is also showing her […]
Bendavid works with porcelain to create unique festive serving dishes as well as traditional tableware. The joyful colours and owing forms are intended to increase the pleasure of […]
Schneider, a ceramic artist, is showing functional tableware, fine porcelain, porcelainbling jewellery and punk-baroque art-pieces. LeilaBadblood, a maker, up-cyclist and general fiddler, is presenting fun accessories made from […]
An exhibition of art and design including a wide variety of ceramics (domestic, sculptural and jewellery), prints, watercolours, ink drawings, textiles, glass mosaics and cards. Join us for […]
Jane makes gorgeous ceramics, often inspired by the seascapes of her youth. Jackie makes beautiful necklaces and earrings from vintage buttons and beads. “Come to us for unique […]
Joanna has a background in textiles and ceramics, drawing and printing. Her work is full of visual metaphors and is concerned with 2D design and narrative. Her work […]
Graham is showing hand-built ceramic vessels, wall pieces and gures alongside sculptural candleholders. Surface decoration includes raku ring and mixed media.
Catherine has been making clay sculpture since completing her degree at Camberwell. She is interested in the human form and exaggerating proportions. Her work often illustrates the symbolic […]
Sally is showing a variety of ceramics, including sculptural forms, wall pieces and vessels. She works with porcelain or stoneware paper-clay, and combines ceramics with drawing and printmaking […]
Pattern-inspired linocuts and ceramics by Ellen Hanceri. Cast, thrown and constructed ceramic sculpture by Ben Swift.
D’Oliveira’s ceramics are decorative and experimental, varying in scale from small to large, with rough to delicate and smooth surfaces. The inspiration for his work comes from 1950’s/1960’s […]
Gana (Mad Me) is showing a range of handmade ceramics – including bowls, vases, plates and planters in stunning azure tones inspired by plants, sea and sky.
The Portico Gallery is presenting work by various artists and promoting Tulse Hill and West Norwood Wonder.
Exhibition showcasing a tantalising selection of artists plucked from each postcode in the event, giving local artists the opportunity to exhibit alongside one another in the main entrance […]
An eclectic mix of abstract paintings by Lydia Gardner, stained glass by Sheenagh McKinlay, stone sculpture by Paula Haughney, ceramics by Fawzia Sajedi- Shaker and illustrations by Maya […]
Julia McKenzie Julia makes drawings, papercuts and prints, inspired by the nature she finds in her urban environment. Layering vintage maps into her work, she uses their rich […]
A collection of artists hosted by Acme Studios.
Carys makes hand-thrown porcelain bowls and vases. Glazed with rough organic glazes outside, some have incised fragments of poetry. All can be used.
A working and teaching pottery, alongside three workshops used by a collective of dedicated part- time potters. Work ranges from slip casting and thrown functional work to decorative […]
Carolyn throws bottles and lidded jars in porcelain. Each is uniquely decorated with a commitment to colour constructed from fragments of printed material. Carolyn also produces hand-decorated mugs […]
Jane builds sculptural forms based on the human figure or nature. All pieces are individual, ceramic stoneware, suitable for gardens. Her work is regularly exhibited in the UK […]
Georgina makes mainly non-functional ceramic artworks: wall pieces or constructions, they often feature geometric patterns or just embrace lovely glazes.
Eunice’s work ranges from functional to sculptural. She works in porcelain using a wide range of techniques.
Pocket globes and porcelain maps that chart the boundary between land and sea. Inspired by satellite data, astronaut observations, historic cartography and social research.
Like small theatres or illustrations from a book, Emma’s evocative ceramic sculptures explore both our external and internal landscapes, suggesting stories on the themes of shelter, safety and […]
James’ Action Cast ceramics celebrate powerful moments of colour and dynamism. Sara’s playful pots spin stories with fluid shapes and dream-like textures. Isabelle creates colourful porcelain pots and […]
The newly launched Kiln Rooms Clay Store is a showcase for dozens of up-and-coming ceramic artists and designers. Handmade tableware and sculptural pieces for sale, as well as […]
Children’s artwork and the work of local artists. Suzanne Pink Suzanne Pink, a graduate of Edinburgh College of Art, creates intricately detailed, textured images in ink and watercolour, […]
Mathilde makes thrown and hand-built ceramics: pots, jewellery and sculptural vessels in stoneware and raku. Paul makes stylish, individual, witty animal sculptures with oodles of personality using steel […]
Rowena’s ceramic sculpture is concerned with the affects of human disruption and environmental damage on architectural spaces. The abandoned buildings with their dark interiors quietly evoke memories of […]
Shana handbuilds and throws pieces reflecting her interest in the natural world. Joanna decorates her ceramics using mocha diffusion technique, mono prints, bespoke slip and underglaze transfers. She […]
Charlene Mullen is showing her well-known embroidered scenic cushions and ceramics of London based on her illustrations. Many samples discounted for the weekend. Her ceramics for Royal Doulton, […]
An eclectic selection of textiles, lampshades, prints and collages, ceramics, candles, cards, jewellery and much more. All made in London by these talented designer-makers.
Sophie is showing in the beautiful garden studio of Cavaliero Finn. If you want to add to your collection, this is the only ‘seconds’ sale in London this […]
A contemporary exhibition by Herne Hill’s very own art and design consultancy, Cavaliero Finn. This curated show features work by a selection of established and emerging British-based contemporary […]
Showcasing contemporary UK designer- makers and artists, and celebrating 26 years in Herne Hill. Duart is an emerging London artist. His abstract landscape paintings explore colour and texture, […]
A collection of artists hosted by Lucy du Sautoy.
An exhibition of mixed-media works by Sharon Wymark, Kate Bowe and Raphaël Bowe Smith, with ceramics by Sarah Fraser.
Helen Smith’s contemporary jewellery and playful metal sculptures are exhibited with Lucy Smith’s garden ceramics, which combine bold forms – of plants and animals – with exquisitely delicate […]
Catherine-Marie makes minimalist quilts and textiles for the home; Kaori’s simple tableware fits into how people live. Mette hand dyes natural fibres with plants gathered in London or […]
Michael Broad is an artist and author of books for children. His artworks – primarily in pencil, ink and watercolour on speciality papers – explore the realms of […]