Sarah makes paintings, prints and homewares in gorgeous contemporary colours. Join Sarah and friends for art and cake in an unusual mid-century house with stunning views over Dulwich […]
Michelle creates unique hand-printed textile artworks, uniting her strong use of colour and love of geometric forms, pattern and architecture. A selection of abstract artworks, prints, collages, cushions, […]
Kevin produces photographic studies of plants and flowers grown locally in his garden and allotment. Various sizes of framed, mounted and unframed limited-edition prints are on sale.
Pawel is exhibiting his elegant and highly decorative paintings in The Moustache coffee and culture bar in Kirkdale Village, where you will find a well-balanced combination of fine […]
AB Design & Interiors designers, Annie and Anna at home, showcasing a selection of their home collection along with a wonderful collaboration of carefully curated artists. Come and […]
Glenys, a botanical artist and embroiderer, is exhibiting work in both media.
Rian will be exhibiting his latest original paintings and a selection of limited-edition prints. His work is inspired by nostalgia – colour and feel; the future – problems […]
Local artist/educator Edori opens her magical garden and studio full of gem-like paintings, prints and artefacts. Still lifes and the garden’s mature tropical vegetation and its wildlife are […]
Ronan explores the hidden layers of people and their circumstance. He works mostly with pencil and acrylics and his portraits and figurative works evolve from a tangle of […]
Liz paints landscapes using oil and acrylic. She re-explores the same subjects from various views, capturing the ethereal essence and energy of a place through the changing seasons […]
Working from her garden studio, Lydia makes drawings, lino-cut prints and ceramics.
Julia’s paintings of plants and flowers combine areas of flat colour with organic forms that are based on found botanical images. A range of limited-edition archival prints and […]
A stunning curated show of work from six established artists, hosted by the sculptor, furniture designer and treehouse designer and builder Jeremy Wyatt. You are guaranteed a warm […]
Sarah is a fine-art photographer, specializing in floral, human and dog portraiture. The ‘Flowers in the Time of Corona’ series is a collection of layered, evocative images made […]
Andrew and Helen look forward to welcoming you to their new studio at their new address near Peckham Rye to show a selection of recent prints, gouaches and […]
Becky will be exhibiting her ‘On second thoughts’ series, a collection of intricate, geometric paintings exploring daily thought processes translated into abstract shapes and colours, which create mesmeric, […]
‘Homewares Designer of the Year 2021’ and colour influencer Anna will be exhibiting new designs and original paintings, as well as holding a sample sale of lamps, cushions, […]
A collection of artworks executed in acrylic, pen and watercolour.
Mia’s interest in landscape, especially the liminal spaces of horizons and borders, is explored through the use of colour and texture in painting and printmaking.
Julia will be showing lyrical oil paintings inspired by the landscape of the British countryside and the River Thames.
Plein-air and studio paintings and prints of South London scenes and the West Sussex landscape.
Louise will be showing her recent explorations into the world of flowers, food and objects in the form of original paintings and limited-edition photographic prints using copper, paper, […]
Six London-based artists are showing a selection of their work, including sculpture, painting, collage, photography and prints.
Jen’s work is an exploration of inky blues in paintings, pots and upcycled textiles, inspired by patterns in the landscape, and the energy of the sea where it […]
Charlotte is a decorative artist who makes vibrant, colourful textile pictures that appear two-dimensional but have textural and sculptural qualities based on flowers, fruit and animals. Pictures, giclée […]
Mike’s atmospheric paintings are emotional responses, usually to land and seascapes.
All works are created by children aged 5–14 who attend &ART art classes. &ART classes give children the opportunity to experiment with professional-quality art materials and learn techniques […]
Clare was born and bred in Dulwich but her work is heavily influenced by her childhood trips to Chichester Harbour. Her paintings seek to embrace the essence of […]
A British artist based in South London, Vic works predominantly in oil paints or pencils, focusing largely on portraiture and capturing the female form.
These three artists, based in South London, have been brought together by drawing, painting and printmaking. In their works, the searching line and variations of mark-making describe everyday […]
Suzsi has exhibited her paintings with the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour and the Royal Watercolour Society. Mixed-media landscapes, cityscapes, collages, dress portraits and large giclée prints […]
Former Wilderness Festival Sketch Artist and Artist in Residence for Jazz Live at the Crypt in Camberwell, Hamley is showing painted cityscapes (visit to see the finished piece), […]
David is an international contemporary landscape artist whose work hangs in private collections worldwide. Painting in oil on canvas, he builds drama and atmosphere into his work evocative […]
Gill creates beautifully observed acrylic paintings of trolley fruits and garden birds. Open from 12pm.
Janet’s vibrant, colourful still-life paintings have been described as ‘unashamedly uplifting’. Her series of small ‘ginger jar’ paintings are also available as affordable giclée prints. Both paintings and […]
Painting, drawing and graphic design, illustrating the Blue Patch business model.
Colour, nature and architecture inspire Martin’s varied work. The paintings, painted constructions, drawings and affordable framed prints on show in the studio represent his interpretation of city places, […]
Internationally acclaimed artist Yvonne Coomber is renowned for her paintings full of wildness and colour. Her rainbow drenched original oils and limited-edition paper and canvas prints sing of […]
Established in 2020, Grove Vale Ceramics presents an exciting display of curated work by contemporary ceramic makers, from distinctive tableware to decorative and sculptural artworks.
Still lifes, patchwork cushions, seascapes and lino prints are all on show in a 1930s’ 4th-floor walk-up flat with great views over London. There is also a pop-up […]
Emma seeks and observes greenery in South London, from front gardens, parks and nature trails to the verges behind garages and flats. Graffiti, shrubs, flowers and weeds can […]
Walters Way Art Collective will be showing a variety of exclusive works, including digital, fine art, photography, ceramics, jewellery and reformed glass, displayed in the beautiful setting of […]
Emily creates hand-stitched portraits and still lifes with a delicate graphic quality, constructed from a collage of silk organza pieces.
Alistair presents a cornucopia of marvellous mundane masterpieces.
Five artists and makers display a collection of their work, including Kerstin’s enamelled and gem jewellery and sculpture; Hana’s sculpture and ink/charcoal drawings; Charlotte’s floral paintings; Margaret’s lino […]
Nicholas’s current works depict familiar places in England and are inspired by his memories, experiences and interest in place and the contemporary English landscape.
A collection of prints by Kathryn and collages by Ivan.
Ian is a painter working with iconic retro objects from UK pop culture, inspired by people’s passions and their collections. His work will be exhibited on the ground […]
Since 2020 Kipling has incorporated painting garden-grown flowers and plants on plywood and recycled materials into her repertoire, as a lockdown and environmental response to post-pandemic life changes.
Havelock Walk Studios is a thriving creative community, home to both the celebrated and the as yet undiscovered. With so many studios to visit and so much art […]
Mariana shows intriguing and expressive portraits with a ‘sculptural’ feel.
Matthew shows vibrant paintings and affordable prints of South London, Cornwall and the ‘enchanted’ rural landscape of The Land of Lăpuș, Maramureș, Romania.
More than 20 artists are showing their work with a good range of prices and styles. Pieces include figures, landscapes, still lifes and portraits, in oils, watercolour, pastel […]
The driving force behind Amy’s work is the celebration of women, and respectfully nodding to the movement and ‘history of effort’ gifted to us from previous generations of […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
Duong is a painter and performance artist whose work focuses on migration, cultural identity and sexuality.
In her paintings, Elcin likes to capture unscripted moments, exploring the alluring relationship between people and nature.
Robert creates prints, using a variety of techniques, and oil paintings inspired by the natural and manufactured worlds.
Livia turns her geometric line drawings into moving images, which have been interpreted by many musicians as graphic scores to further create sound/musical pieces.
Arabella paints mainly figurative landscapes, animals and still lifes.
Mario is showing a collection of his Arty Cat prints.
Irene works in oil on canvas to create abstract/semi-figurative paintings, inspired by a sense of place and drawing on memory to capture fragments of moments in time.
Rosemary is showing a collection of framed works in watercolour and acrylic on paper.
Creative duo Punch+Fury often work with clients processing grief or trauma. Their paintings explore themes of motherhood and social injustice, musical influences, and colour and texture.
Don’t miss the Gallery’s Open Day on 21 May with free entry to the collection and 10% discount in the shop on presentation of the Dulwich Festival Artists’ […]
Bell House hosts ‘Ways of Seeing: Green’, an exhibition of works of art exploring the meaning of ‘green’ to coincide with the fiftieth anniversary of John Berger’s iconic […]
Janet is exhibiting a collection of small paintings and giclée prints.
Courtenay is an abstract and multidisciplinary artist who draws upon her interests in nature, spirituality, consciousness, neuroscience and flow state of mind to inform her art. Her work […]
Nicole Farhi CBE MSS, internationally renowned sculptor and former fashion designer, exhibits her collection ‘Womankind’, a series of works celebrating the bonds of female friendship, kindness, empathy and […]
Three London/Welsh artists present new work focusing on colour, materiality and metal. Sarah’s steel sculptures are inspired by dance and animal forms. Catrin creates landscape/television paintings. Angela makes […]
Koorosh is fascinated by ancient art and old wisdom, and will be showing his latest collection of cave art and symbols. Visits by appointment only (07598 857 638).
A graduate of Chelsea College of Arts, Clare is exhibiting a series of miniature oil paintings of atmospheric Scottish landscapes, as well as etchings of local skies. Please […]
Paola’s themes are inspired by everyday experiences and impressions. Her paintings explore topics such as movement, energy and emotions. Paola and Claire-Louise are currently collaborating on a multimedia […]
Sarah throws domestic ware in porcelain, creating unique pieces including bowls, cups and planters. Samina’s pottery is inspired by her travels and focuses on the delicate nature of […]
Kim sculpts in metal and plaster, inspired by birds, skulls and Victorian studies of animals in motion.
Mary is showing some of her recent work in a variety of media, including painting, drawing, collage and animation. The themes explored reference art history, personal experience and […]
A free exhibition of contemporary icons from 10 to 31 May, featuring traditional skills and living content. The icons are all by artists taught by renowned iconographer Aidan […]
Catherine Long is exhibiting a range of abstract oil paintings at Copper Beech Café throughout May, exploring the psychosomatic connection between body and mind through gesture and colour. […]
David uses a large-format camera and film to make black-and-white images which he then prints using photopolymer gravure plates. These beautiful prints are all limited editions.
An exhibition of large and small works, cards and homewares by mother and daughter artists, with watercolour paintings, prints and illustrated ceramics by Rebecca, and stoneware ceramics and […]
Martin’s romantic realist images skilfully illustrate themes of elegiac decay, nostalgia, procrastination, childhood, wildflowers, sheds and shelters. His versatile, resonant and wry paintings and prints also reveal a […]
Camilla explores light and mood in familiar scenes of nature. Her paintings, exhibited in a 1960s townhouse, offer a quiet space for escape and contemplation.
Jorge is a self-taught Filipino artist with a fascination for colour and texture. He is showing a range of original paintings in acrylic, oil, pastel and other media, […]
Alison produces statement pieces through re-upholstery, plant dyeing and quilting. Jodi will be showing abstract paintings and prints inspired by nature. Jenny is a printmaker, favouring etching.
Elizabeth’s work is lively and layered, reflecting her fascination with the interplay of light and shadow. Painting is her preferred way of staying grounded in an uncertain world, […]
Jim Grundy will be showing recent abstract paintings inspired by geometric representations of the human figure.
Paintings and ceramics inspired by nature and the elements by painter Kate and ceramicist Alanda.
An exhibition of mixed-media works by Sharon, Kate and Alice, with jewellery by Victoria.
Working in pastel and watercolour on paper, Lucy explores nature and light, using gesture and colour to create a sense of place. Ceramic pieces by Henrietta will also […]
Luana is an award-winning South London artist, originally from New Zealand. She produces abstract original paintings and fine-art prints that tell a story of a place, its people […]
George paints geometric abstractions in acrylics on canvas, with subject matter ranging from the whimsical to the socio-political. Works will be displayed on the forecourt of the venue.
The subjects of Tony’s paintings surprise and confound. Portraits of potatoes, Kenneth Williams and guinea pigs, among others, hang together in unexpected combinations, giving rise to ideas of […]
Works made of copper, ceramic and enamel paint.
Michael is showing a collection of oil paintings and prints on canvas, board and paper. His landscapes and cityscapes explore atmosphere, place, colour and memory.
Prints, illustration and other media exploring Brockwell Park and beyond.
Fine art and philosophy focused on ontological and modernist concerns. There’s no drawing it all and then painting it; more like a series of chess moves with contemplative […]
Samantha will be showing a selection of recent works on paper in oil and watercolour, figurative paintings of the artist/model in a vivid, heightened palette.
Yair is showing paintings and mobiles around the theme of ‘the gilded construction cranes of the city’, linked to shows in London and Berlin, both capital cities dealing […]
A self-taught painter, Sarah attended Wimbledon College of Arts and is currently studying History of Design at the Royal College of Art. Her paintings – mostly on canvas […]
Katy likes making, clay-ing and playing with felt pens and paint. Using bright colours, patterns and a double dollop of humour and silliness, she explores the everyday bonkersness […]
Louise is a fine artist and filmmaker. Specializing in oils, she focuses on narrative through landscape, portrait and still life, and continues to experiment through colour and composition […]
Snowden Flood will be showing a new range of colourful paintings, prints, collages and sculptures.
An award-winning abstract painter experimenting to produce vivid imagery that startles, plays with the psyche and evokes deep emotion. Her work since 2020 provides connections to places around […]
Box-fresh acrylic paint and metal leaf in 2D – Jodie’s signature techniques and materials – burst out of the canvas at the end of lockdown. During the pandemic, […]
Born out of the unprecedented Covid-19, a contemporary Nigerian artist, Chioma Abalogu, known as Omj Arts, uses acrylic/oil on various mediums to create memorable, culturally stimulating art pieces […]
We are delighted to host local professional artists and multi-award-winning filmmakers, with works including digital photography, paint on silk, enamel text, oil/acrylic on canvas and mixed media. There […]
Kir’s drawings of rocks complement the movement in Heidi’s sculptures, communicating raw human emotion.
Beautifully hand-screen-printed art, stationery and homewares, carefully crafted with sustainably sourced materials. All available from a fantastic 1960s house in a wonderful woodland setting.
A colourful window in Christ’s Chapel, Dulwich, by W T Carter Shapland, in memory of a father and his beloved son killed in Burma, inspired installation artist Angela […]
Lisa is a lifelong dendrophile (or tree hugger) and this is reflected in her art. On show will be a selection of her one-off 3D watercolour tree collages […]