A selection of paintings, prints and drawings from Paul’s studio are shown alongside textile designs from Jaqui.
Working in both oils and acrylics, Octavia paints abstract landscapes and makes small sculptures from found materials. Increasingly the paintings and sculptures are working together, building up a […]
Contemporary figurative painting, including the urban landscapes and vibrant street scenes of Peckham and the City, painted in oils or acrylics and ink. Mark will also be showing […]
Loraine, aka The Little Globe Co, is showing new ceramics that question how maps influence our sense of place, belonging and identity. Supported by Arts Council Lottery Fund […]
Artisan cutting and serving boards.
Georgina makes slab-constructed ceramics, hand-decorated with a combination of flat coloured planes and patterned surfaces, often alluding to architectural details or interior designers’ swatches.
Daisy is a textile artist specializing in hand-quilted wall hangings and throws. Utilizing techniques such as natural dying and traditional quilting, Daisy produces bespoke pieces to adorn the […]
Lesia creates both functional and decorative ceramics using a mixture of hand-building and throwing techniques. She favours an organic feel that complements the natural finish of the clay.
Debbie has been creating bespoke wheel-thrown ceramics for many years. She supplies high-end restaurants and individuals with her tableware, featuring classic shapes decorated with her simple yet stylish […]
Thea is a German and British artist based in London and a graduate in Fine Art from University of the Arts London. Her vibrant, predominantly digital work is […]
Henry is a potter focused predominantly on utilitarian fictional forms. He works with stoneware to make beautiful handmade domestic ware.
Inspired by nature and contrasting textures and colours, Susan creates eye-catching, tactile jewellery from black and white porcelain, as well as more functional pieces.
Handmade ceramic tiles. The studio rejects the idea of perfectly made, one-size-fits-all design, focusing instead on locally sourced clays and honouring traditional craftsmanship.
With an MA in Ceramics from the Royal College of Art, Jane creates ceramic sculptures suitable for indoors or out.
With a background in printmaking, Hannah has been making functional, unique stoneware pottery on her wheel for the past eight years. She makes bold and playful one-off pieces […]
Emma graduated with first-class honours from Camberwell College of Arts. Her sculptures explore both internal and external environments through the medium of clay.
Julien presents serene compositions that display his vision of an astounding mix of uniquely perceived textures, colours and geometric lines. He further fine-tunes and perfects each interpreted reflection […]
Inspired by clean lines and negative space, Noel uses long exposure techniques to isolate the inherent beauty of the subject, creating an interpretation of the scene in his […]
Caroline has an MA in Fine Art from Chelsea College of Arts and is a participant on the Turps Banana Off-Site Painting Programme. She creates oil paintings of […]
Caroline will be exhibiting a selection of paintings and mono prints, created in response to the patterns and texture of the urban landscape.
Bernadette’s current work deals with the idea of secrets, of what is hidden and what is shown.
Katherine’s experimental photographic work explores themes of family, connection and ritual.
Kate makes collagraphy cardboard prints using water-based inks, often reflecting elements of her life in London or straying into more whimsical territory.
Katrina is known for her vividly abstract two- and three-dimensional artworks featuring geometric shapes and a refined colour palette, whether murals, printmaking, sculpture, site-specific installation, or public or […]
Eleanor is a visual artist whose work explores materiality, texture and light, whether in her abstract printmaking, her figurative studies of sunlight or her landscape and urban photography.