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OPEN HOUSES 2019 - digital

Equus and Aqua by Nur Tucker

Putney/Roehampton

28

Nur Tucker is an award-winning nature photographer specialising in horses and underwater photography. Her photos look like oil paintings. Nur is offering limited edition prints of horses and some prints on larger scale canvases during Wandsworth Artists' Open House.

Scout Hut, 42 Oxford Road, SW15 2LQ
Killer Bunny Creations

Tooting/Furzedown

63

Killer Bunny creates a variety of illustrations and paintings using a variety of techniques, ranging from watercolor and acrylic paintings to digital illustrations. Killer Bunny's work ranges from fun and quirky to strange and disturbing.

24 Sellincourt Road, SW17 9RY
Phillippa Egerton

Putney/Roehampton

28

Colourful limited edition screen prints, some domestic, some darkly comic. Also: digital landscapes, abstract wood- and linocuts, egg tempera portraits.

Putney Scout Hut, 42 Oxford Road, SW15 2LQ
Ken McCalla

Tooting/Furzedown

60

Since completing a Fine Arts BA degree in 1984 at Central School of Art and Design I’ve looked to improve my skill in visual communication. I use a wide range of mediums to create art that opens up and excites an audience with ideas based on energies uniting. Drawing on my rich cultural heritage, my artwork explores personal growth and celebrates harmony. Visit my website (www.yahwarts.co.uk) to view more artworks and for more information.

13 Letchworth Street, SW17 8SX
Putney School of Art and Design

Putney/Roehampton

29

Local artists exhibiting: 11am—5pm.

Free pottery, drawing and printmaking workshops: 1—4pm. All welcome including families. No need to book, just turn up!

Café open on the top floor for drinks and cake: 11am—3pm.

Open on Sundays only.

Putney School of Art and Design, Oxford Road, SW15 2LQ
Louis Morel

Putney/Roehampton

29

Hello, I’m Louis Morel. Sadly, my reality is quite limited and absurdly painful but my fantasies bring me unending joy. I have fybromylgia, autism and severe sensory over sensitivity, meaning I’m pretty much housebound and in extreme pain constantly. Ever since I could remember I’ve always used imaginary worlds and drawing to help me cope with the pain. I won’t be able to explore the outside world, but at least I can explore my imaginary ones.

I haven’t had any sort of traditional arts education, as because of my disabilities I couldn’t attend art school or attend any lessons but I’ve spent years drawing non-stop and I hope I’m good at it. I didn’t think I’d ever be able to have a job because of my disabilities, but I have a chance to have one in being an artist which is just insanely amazing to me. Life’s hard, but I’m going to give it my best shot!

Putney School of Art and Design, Oxford Road, SW15 2LQ
Emily Galton

Battersea/Nine Elms

78

Screen print designs, cards and silk scarves based on abstract water designs.

52 Jedburgh Street, SW11 5QB
Furzedown Art Studio: Iain and Lynn Selwyn-Reeves

Tooting/Furzedown

68

Contemporary black and white photography, colour photography, local prints, illustrations, paintings, pen and ink line drawings, cards and gifts.

Sprout Arts 74 Moyser Road, SW16 6SQ
CANCELLED: The Glory in Discovery by Raschique

Tooting/Furzedown

62

THIS OPEN HOUSE IS CANCELLED The journey of finding oneself: exploring how we grow and thrive in the darkest and lightest of times.

Trident Business Centre 89 Bickerseth Road, SW17 9SH
Pietra Galli

Battersea/Nine Elms

81

Pietra Galli (b.1996, Brazil/Portugal) is a multimedia artist based in London. She's a graduate from BA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Arts, and has a diverse set of skills and interests in moving image, photography, critical writing, ceramics and book making.

Her work rethinks ideas of subjectivity and individuality in a time of intense information consumption and accelerated communication. Debating the notion of information as a clear and accurate language, she uses it in fictional investigations to produce installations containing film, sculpture and sound. Works are often followed by a publication.

By using these different elements, she aims to shape places where a sensorial language is highlighted and misunderstandings are created.

Dyson Gallery Royal College of Art, SW11 4AN
Brian Galloway Photography

Putney/Roehampton

28

Images of London in strong colours and moods, which enhance a period or a contemporary setting alike. Brian Galloway's images are in collections around the world and he is a recipient of several awards, including: British Journal of Photography Portrait of Britain, Association of Photographers, Wallpaper Magazine and Aesthetica Magazine. He is currently involved in fashion photography and film-making.

East Putney Scout Hut, 42 Oxford Road, SW15 2LQ
Sam Cottington

Battersea/Nine Elms

81

Sam's practice involves processes of visual and archival research that are contextualised in relationship to histories of collage and assemblage. Sam collages across various mediums and techniques to explore the complex critical moods and specificities of queer, its pasts and present, in order to afford alternative futures and ways of living.

The series of works shown at WAOH is titled ‘Lovers’, which refers to the shifting language used to describe queer intimacies and public identities in the 1970s at intersection with anti-capitalist ways of living. The terms ‘lover’ and ‘lovers’ emerged as critical alternatives to gender normative and conservative notions of boyfriends/ girlfriends, husbands/wives.

Sam's collages explore how archives afford and represent historical intimacies, while attempting to afford the fluidity and experimentation of 70s sexualities sensorially.

Dyson Gallery Royal College of Art , SW11 4AN
Marcelo Barbosa

Southfields/Wandsworth Town

55

A designer and maker who celebrates the home. Specialising in restoring vintage objects and creating unique one-off pieces by commission.

Flat 2, 45 Earlsfield Road, SW18 3DB