Paintings, drawings, prints, collages in a variety of styles from figurative to abstract. Come and see.
12–14 artists/crafts people exhibit paintings, prints, jewellery, ceramics, textiles and hand-dyed wool. Lise Herud Braten exhibits ceramics, first weekend (see image).
Sculptural ceramics, 3D mosaics, papier-mâché structures, knitted, printed and felted textiles in an exciting and eccentric mix of colours/textures.
Hand spun and hand dyed yarns and fibres, machine spun hand dyed yarns, knitted items and peg loom carpets.
Chris makes hand-thrown functional ceramics with monochrome glazes. The pots have a Chinese feel and reflect his engineering background.
Colourful and vibrant abstract paintings. Range of original paintings, prints and cards for sale.
Local artists exhibiting: 11am–5pm
Free pottery, drawing and printmaking workshops: 1pm–4pm.
Café open for tea, coffee and cake: 11am–3pm
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 many other creative activities. It makes me happy!
Work from the artist's final UAL foundation degree show. Supported by a bursary from the Royal College of Art.
Please note that South Thames College will be closed on 6, 7, 14 October. However you can view Kieran's artwork from 9 to 13 October included.
Unique fused glass reflecting both urban and Cornish landscapes. Freestanding and wall hung work together with some fused glass jewellery.
Paintings on canvas and paper that are objects of mood and time; a play between the abstract and figurative.
Tube stations on the Northern Line photographed at dusk and dawn when they dominate their surroundings like miniature temples.
"An exquisite collection of limited edition art pieces by female artists highlighting sentiments of womanhood, maternity, history and current thoughts"
Even if I could be considered a new artist (having started about a year ago), I try to represent my generation and its products through a type of conceptual art.
Supported by a bursary from the Royal College of Art.
Architectural photography of places and spaces including a series on Imagined Places. Also great value notebook prints.
The studio of Multimedia, international duo artists Jonny Love and Samuel Jordan
Watercolour illustrations with a focus on animals, nature and everyday life.
Bold beautiful abstract paintings.
Ella is a Screen printer of classic and super cars, architectural buildings, and retro collections that inspire her.
Established London Oil Painter. Mostly painting buildings of decrepitude with a cavity revealing an often magical room.
My paintings explore behaviour inside the museums in a playful manner.
Artist exploring how underlying structures and textures link to the perception of beauty in nature.
My pictures tend to be small, around postcard size, and I work mostly in oil on wood panel. More recently I've begun to branch out into three-dimensional pieces.
Silver jewellery inspired by delicate natural forms such as urchin and mussel shells with colourful enamel and gold detail.
See me (in Studio 35) and 33 other artists showing our work at Delta House Studios SW17 0BA
Contemporary Figurative and Portrait Artist, with a particular focus on the male nude.
Martin is a Canadian born painter. His latest studio practice concentrates on oil paint and an interest in digital technology
Ceramic sculpture by award winning artist Rowena Brown. Drawings and paintings by Susan Rentoul and Tom Butler.
Paintings of figures, landscapes, interiors, streetscapes, day and night scenes. Ceramic sculpture alluding to abandoned architectural spaces.
My work is inspired by my home and travels.
I love colour.
I love texture.
I love nature.
Please come and see my work.
Playful animation workshop exploring real and imagined art college activities. Featuring drawing, moving collages and large window cut outs.
For children aged 7–12yrs. 2–4pm. Free to take part. Booking essential, limited places.
Contemporary works by John Workman.
Photography by Chris Moyse.
Paintings by Sophia Hughes.
Landscape and contemporary paintings and drawings by Kandis Cook.
Exploring Shepperton, particularly Pharaoh's Island, its people and its land. Using a range of analogue and digital mediums. Supported by a bursary from the Royal College of Art.
Please note that the library is closed on Sundays and Mondays.
Opening hours during Wandsworth Open House: Saturdays 9am to 5pm. The Artist will be present from 11am.