The Portico Gallery is presenting work by various artists and promoting Tulse Hill and West Norwood Wonder.
Wendy makes garden sculptures from found metal and sheet steel using a plasma-cutter and MIG welder; she takes inspiration from the natural world and the process of decay […]
Painter, screen printer, bus stop maker, procrastinator. Grover’s work delights and rewards the viewer with its humour and melancholy. Local landscapes nestle alongside paintings of singles in their […]
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Sarah Lovett is a multi-disciplinary artist. Expect a diverse, immersive experience. Stone carvings, street photography, soundscapes and curious assemblages. Shown at Henry Hillier Gardens and British Life Photography […]
This year, 9 Stradella Road is featuring a stunning, curated show of work by a group of seven established artists, including award-winning painting, eye-catching print and illustration, handmade […]
Hidden in plain sight, Havelock Walk is home to a community of artists, designers and musicians in the centre of Forest Hill. There you will discover a cobbled […]
Bridget Bailey is exhibiting ‘Flora and Fauna’, an installation made from tiny individual sculptures, inspired by allotment gardening. Trained in textiles, she combines intriguing ideas with intricate making.
An exhibition of fine art, prints, homewares and ceramics from mother and daughter artists, Val Fricker and Rebecca Lea Williams. Browse with a drink and nibbles.
Marcia is exhibiting her culinary inspired stone carvings and new outdoor pieces.
Riaz is showing a mix of abstract and semi-figurative work, including ink drawings and prints. On show are also some 3D and sculptural works made from found and […]
Curator Nick Cobb’s sculptures are joined by a swarm of artists celebrating the world of bees. From grumbling hives to hexagon grids and beehive hairstyles. Check blog for […]
Lara is a figurative photographer, painter and sculptor working mainly from life. She studies part-time at Heatherley School of Fine art. In her work she explores human emotions […]
Margaret uses wire and paper, making sculpture and embossed prints which link boundaries with textiles processes.
Zimbabwe’s stone sculpture is a uniquely beautiful art form, created by some of the world’s finest sculptors. Mara promotes their work, bringing it to a wider audience. The […]
Ian Dunn Woodwork & Design is a bespoke cabinet making company, producing a wide range of built-in and freestanding furniture. They are delighted to be exhibiting and hosting […]
Dilys sculpts and makes pots inspired by birds, animals and plants. Priscilla presents oils, watercolours and lino prints which explore the effect of light on people swimming. Commissions […]
Harriet blends traditions of still-life painting with modern composition to create quiet, reflective pieces. Kim sculpts in metal and plaster, inspired by Victorian studies of animals in motion, […]
The Belham Primary School is showcasing pupils’ work across the school, alongside local artists. They are exhibiting a range of media, including several collaborative projects with local studios, […]
Bell House is an educational charity that offers support outside the mainstream school curriculum, lifelong learning, short courses, exhibitions, talks and musical events.
Please note: Showing 18-19 MAY ONLY. David Caldwell, Alan Marsh, Michael Harvey, Benjamin Rice and Tino Tedaldi. A group of photographers and sculptors who use elements found in […]
Conscious Forms, a small concrete specialist, collaborates with private clients, architects and designers to create bespoke pre-cast polished concrete sculpture and furniture, specialising in in-situ cast concrete surfaces […]
Within Joss Smith’s work, a knowledge of sculptural genera is articulated through carving, he draws on history to create works of contemporary relevance.
Lee uses sustainably sourced woods. She studies the natural grain of each piece and enhances it using pyrography techniques. Each piece she creates is unique.
Sometimes majestic, sometimes meticulous, always magical; the world of plant lovers, as seen through oversize paintings, tiny pen drawings, flowing ink, perfect prints, and mixed media, within the […]
An exhibition of art and design, including ceramics, collages, textiles, glass mosaics, candles, bath salts, jewellery and cards. Join us for a drink and delicious treat.
Ceramics; craft; design; fine art; prints; sculpture A range of ceramic sculptural pieces and found object assemblages. Pattern-inspired relief prints, cards and ceramic objects.
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 […]
Following on from his last year’s successful Open House, Martin is showing paintings, prints and constructions, focusing on the made and natural environments of the city, forest and […]
Jane Muir continues to create her imaginative figures. Skilfully modelled and glazed, admired and collected by many all over the world.
Rowena’s work is concerned with architectural spaces. As well as her highly collectable sets of houses, she is showing new larger sculptural work.
Please note: 18-19 May only. Gisella’s oil paintings, bursting with bold colours, are shown alongside Silvio’s organic wooden and stone sculptures. An inspired blend of Latin American artwork […]
Void’ and ‘Salvage’: an unusual and effective exhibition of Paul’s surrealist oil paintings (prints are available) and Coral’s interactive and tactile sculptures.
Cavaliero Finn presents, ‘A Sense of The Familiar’, a curated show featuring a series of paintings, ceramics, sculpture and textiles that trigger memories and nostalgia for familiar places […]