Are you an artist looking to share your venue and broaden your offer to visitors, or a local home- or business-owner looking to host an artist? Listed below, we have a number of artists without their own space to showcase their work, who you may be interested in hosting. Keep your eyes peeled to this page, as it will be updated with new artists throughout the registration period.
Alternatively please email email@example.com and we can list your potential venue for free on the Artists Seeking Venues page.
Annabel Robb's drawings and paintings are greatly inspired by the natural world, the work carefully blends detailed observations from nature with the conjured and invented. Through the juxtaposition of the imaginary and the real, the artist aims to depict natures beauty whilst exploring its vulnerability, and potential evolution.
Since working as an Adult Education Lecturer for many years I am now retired and able to pursue my own artwork. I collect unusual objects which are often the source of inspiration for an art piece. I work in a variety of mediums: mosaic, painting, textiles and collage and enjoy
Moich enjoys combining spontaneity and playfulness with exploring deeper aspects of the unconscious. He is fascinated with both unwrapping the mysterious and reinventing child-like expressiveness. Central to this process is the art of ‘letting go’. www.moichabrahams.co.uk
I have always had a passion for art. However, it was not until the start of the new millennium that I decided to devote my time entirely to the pursuit of art and creativity. Pursuing this goal, I started my full time studies at the Putney School of Art and
Amanda Blunden After gaining her Fine Art BA Honours degree from Leeds in the mid 80s, Amanda has led a varied artistic career. Based in SW London, where Amanda lives and works, her work has over the years, been shown in galleries and fairs both in London and nationally; on