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.
Ian Dunn Woodwork & Design Ian Dunn Woodwork & Design is a bespoke cabinetmakers in East Dulwich. They produce a wide range of built-in and freestanding furniture. They […]
Steve Yeates has the reputation of being the UK’s leading recycled gurative contemporary sculptor. Steve manipulates locally sourced vandalised bus shelter glass into beautiful dancing figures and transforms […]
Dilys sculpts and make pots, some for outside, inspired by birds, animals and the human body.
Hilary makes beautiful items for everyday use which explore the colour and versatility of fused glass. In addition to homewares, she creates art installations, garden sculptures and practical […]
Developments: an eclectic mix of paintings and mixed-media works by a group of local artists.
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 […]
Will Sentient Robots Have Dystopian Dreams? Nick is exhibiting a model of an ark and associated work. Steve’s narrative vistas are pre-focused through the lens of our world […]
Pattern-inspired linocuts and ceramics by Ellen Hanceri. Cast, thrown and constructed ceramic sculpture by Ben Swift.
Janet’s needle-felted animals re ect her love of working with textiles and keen observation of nature.
Anna-Maria Mclean is a local artist inspired by the natural world. All work is hand crafted or hand finished. Frances works mainly from life, using a variety of […]
Stephane transforms books into sculptures and other 3D objects. Imogen experiments with a mixture of photographic media as a way of capturing and holding onto feelings that would […]
Martin studied painting and sculpture at The Slade. Both his abstract and representational interpretation of trees, gardens, allotments, coastal and city places are on show, demonstrating experimentation with […]
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 […]
A collection of artists hosted by Acme Studios.
Jayne and Cate are artists who work in interior design, producing original lighting, mirrors, artwork and special finishes for feature walls, furniture and outside spaces.
Sarah Slee @ Partytree has opened her studio, where she makes her ‘balloon art’. Her portfolio includes commissioned sculptures made from photographs of people’s faces.
Georgina makes mainly non-functional ceramic artworks: wall pieces or constructions, they often feature geometric patterns or just embrace lovely glazes.
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 […]
Dreaming Awake: the artists probe the liminal state between reality and dreams where the imagination is held as if suspended. Visual connections are made through painting, collage, installation, […]
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 […]
Light & Shade: Avsec is a fine artist and embroiderer who has collaborated extensively with Liberty and Paul Smith. On show is an eclectic mix of illustrations, dark […]
Mariana Gordan is showing sculptures and landscape paintings in ‘scraffitto’ and signing State Property: My Cold War Memoir, a powerful account of her life under dictatorship and how […]
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 […]
This artist collective will show work from three generations of the Cunningham family – grandson, nephew, mother and son – alongside linocuts by Sally Cutler. Special guest artists, […]
Gisella’s acrylic and mixed media paintings bursting with bold colours are shown alongside Silvio’s organic wooden and stone sculptures. An inspired blend of Latin American artwork which includes […]
A fresh choice of Hugh Lee’s varied, often quirky, artworks. Self-taught in retirement, Lee’s passion was to experiment and create paintings (mostly abstract), assemblages and sculptures, often using […]
‘Spirits’ and ‘Scapegoat’: an unusual and affective exhibition of Paul’s surrealist oil paintings (prints are available) and Coral’s interactive and tactile sculptures.
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 […]
David & Jan Morrison host a collection of artists, exhibiting fine art, photography and sculpture.
A collection of artists hosted by Lucy du Sautoy.
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 […]
Cathy’s work is made from single sheets of clay, which almost appear to have morphed into animals by themselves.
Hidden in plain sight, Havelock Walk is home to a community of artists, designers and musicians in the centre of Forest Hill. Come find them and you will […]