Back to Top

New Faces 2018

Tuesday 30th October to Saturday 10th November 2018
Open 11am to 5pm, Tuesday to Saturday
Private View and Refreshments on Tuesday 30th October, 6.30pm to 8.30pm

 New Faces 2018


This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


New & Recent work by six local artist-printmakers

Tuesday 13th November - Saturday 1st December 2018

Open Tuesday - Sunday, 11am – 5pm

Private View Tuesday 13th November, 6 - 8pm

New and recent work by six local artist-printmakers who met at Putney School of Art and Design. The Print Six all use screen print as a method to create surprisingly different styles and genres; from the boldly graphic to delicate one-offs, from mono-print to colourful animal prints, from intricate pattern to works that take their starting point in nature, all our prints are original artworks produced by hand. 

Participating Artists:

Sarah Acland trained as a geologist, discovering a love of nature, landscape and photography. She finds strong parallels between the layers in rock strata and the layering produced in a screen-print; her work combines photographic and hand-drawn imagery and calligraphy, aiming to capture the feeling of a place through the lighting, using flower, fossil or text. Sarah also wears her art! Bloom is her jewellery line that fuses flower motifs, a splash of colour, some upcycling with a bit of bling - unique pieces that will set off that special black dress, spruce up an ordinary trainer or even make that trip to the corner shop memorable.

photo2sarah ackland   photo3sarah ackland


Susi Raymakers With a love of pattern, letters and heritage, Susi Raymakers uses a combination of hand drawing and Photoshop to create highly detailed screen prints in small editions.

Susi graduated from Camberwell College of Art with First Class Honours in Art & Design, and has worked in the creative industry for over 25 years. Early projects ranged from assisting in film art departments, to marketing antique centres, to working on magazine publications at BBC Worldwide. She presently works as a freelance Graphic Designer.

Currently attending Putney School of Art, Susi regularly exhibits across London as part of The Friday Group. Earlier this year her work was selected for the V&A Inspired By exhibition.

KandS raymakersalchemy raymakers

Instagram: susi_raymakers

Twitter: @SusiRaymakers

Cath Lloyd studied surface pattern design at university, which led to a lifelong interest in the interaction of pattern and colour. She introduces pattern into many of her prints, from simple doodles to texture and typography. An interest in icons and bold graphical imagery also plays a part in much of her work. A playful sense of humour is present in many of her pieces, either in the work itself or in the associated title. Cath screenprints in her spare time (not that there is much of it) and is open to commissions for specific requests. 

Cath Lloyd image1Cath Lloyd image3


Andrea Robinson works with printmaking, text, installation, performance and poetry. She is a founder member of print collective The Friday Group and a member of the Printmakers Council and Southbank Printmakers. Andrea’s prints and artist books are held in private and public collections and archives, including Scarborough Museum, Chelsea College of Art, The British Library, Tate Britain, and the V&A, and online for Art UK which showcases artworks from the UK’s public collections. Her work has been exhibited at venues throughout the UK and internationally - most recently in Protocol for Frieze Art Week, and as a selected artist for Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair.

Andrea Robinson Gulls Last Light screen printAndrea Robinson Horizon screen print


Twitter: @printsandjam

Madeline Meckiffe spent many years working in graphic design illustrating book covers for adults and children; five years ago she decided to further her creative talents by taking up screen printing - now she's running her own print studio. Through this medium she has designed and made numerous products from cards and prints to lampshades and accessories, all screen printed by hand. Madeline still takes inspiration from the literary tales she encountered in her life in publishing; her unique style blends illustration and graphics to create beautiful products bringing charm and playfulness to the home.

Madeline Meckiffe amsterdamRGBMadeline Meckiffe PerfectshoeredRGB

Facebook: Madeline Meckiffe

Twitter: MrsTangent

Instagram: madeline_meckiffe

Julie Sullock studied Fine Art at St. Martin's School of Art and then completed an MA in Printmaking at Brighton Polytechnic. Her abstract work is inspired by London buildings, gardens and the colours of the reflections in the city and brake lights in the rain. She enjoys combining different printing mediums such as Screen and Etching which produce different qualities. Her work is concerned with colour, composition and mood. She has recently showed prints at Bankside Gallery and the Mall Galleries. Julie is a member of The Printmakers Council and Southbank Printmakers, an artist run gallery in Gabriel's Wharf, where more of her work can be viewed.

Julie Sullock Black CircleJulie Sullock City Lights


This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Sprout Christmas Market 2018

8th to 23rd December 2018

Open Daily 9.30 - 5.30 (23rd December 2.30pm closing)

Late Night Shopping Wednesday 12th December to 8.30pm

** Members ONLY Special Christmas Market Preview Night - Friday, 7th December 6.00 to 8.00pm **

We are hosting a very special members only Christmas Market Preview evening on Friday 7th Dec from 6 - 8.00pm.

Spout Art Members can come and buy some beautiful stylish Christmas gifts before they get snapped up. It will also be a lovely chance to chat and catch up on all the Sprout news.
New Members will be able to join on the night.
Don't delay, join today and return to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.!!

Sprout Christmas Market Poster final 2018


The 8th Sprout Christmas Market is here and we have even more gorgeous products to tempt you this year! There are more artists, designers and makers in our market than ever (we didn't think we could squeeze any more in but we have) so get the dates in your diary now!

Sprout Members are invited to an exclusive Shopping Preview Evening, 7th December from 6-8.30pm. Come along to do some Christmas shopping and join us for a glass of fizz and a mince pie! If you're not already a member, no problem, just email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or you can sign up or renew for 2019 membership on the night.

If you're looking to shop local and support local businesses, please pay us a visit. We have a huge range of products across all price ranges, perfect for Christmas gifts for friends, family, teachers' thank you gifts or just treats for yourself! Sprout is a not-for-profit totally volunteer run organisation and this is our biggest event of the year so every sale really makes a difference in keeping Sprout the accessible community art space it is.

This year we have......
Gorgeous jewellery from Copperbird, Simple Silver, LZ, Stasie, LPJ, Andrea Robinson and Painted Love
Scarves and Bags by LZ, Stasie, Maria Storey and Lin Merchant.
Home accessories including cushions from Sew Furzedown and hand decorated plant pots by Katie James.
Relaxing Bath and wellbeing products from House of Beau and FL
Paintings, Illustrations, Prints, Scrabble and mini figure box frames from Amanda Blunden, Amy Adams, Caragh Buxton, Furzedown Art Studio, Lucinda Denning and Maria Storey
Tooting, Chestnut Avenue & Lido Coasters from Furzedown Art Studio & Amy Adams
Candles from House of Curiosities, Luxe Luz and House of Beau
Christmas decorations from Katie James, Sew Furzedown, LZ, FAS, Sarah Grove, LPJ & Maria Storey
Stunning Ceramics from Sarah Grove and Helene Champrond
Christmas Wreaths from Gadzooks & Sew Furzedown
Calendars and Stationery from Maria storey, Furzedown Art Studio, Lucinda Denning, Caragh Buxton, Prints & Jam and Amanda Blunden
Personalised artwork & gifts from Furzedown Art Studio
History Heroes family games suitable for all ages including new themes for 2018
Upcycled vinyl bowls by Soraia Waterhouse
Wonderful decoupage and upcycled clocks by George
Delicious Christmas Puddings, Preserves, Ketchups, Compotes, Cranberry sauce, Quince Jelly and Jams by Fruition & Single Variety
Yummy chocolate treats from Chocolates by Eloise. Hand felted bowls by Jacqueline M-Band and beautiful Shaker boxes handcrafted by Rawlston and even more!
We are also selling the super-handy, super strong and beautifully designed 'Furzedown Forever' Tote bag for Penwortham PTA, just £5 and it's the perfect size for all your Sprout shopping!

The Christmas market is open every day from Saturday 8th to Sunday 23rd December, 9.30-5.30pm.
Late night shopping - Wednesday 12th December - open until 8pm
Saturday 15th - we are open from 9.30-7pm (FCN Moyser Rd Christmas Market will be lighting up the street from 4-7 so if you can shop with us before that begins, you will have a calmer and less crushed experience as we tend to be extremely busy then).
Sunday 16th December - Local artist and Caragh Buxton has recently had 'Gently Bentley', her first children's book published. We are delighted to be stocking this gorgeous book for the whole of the Christmas period but if you come along on the afternoon of the 16th from 1.30pm, you can buy the book and Caragh will happily sign it for you.
Our last day is Sunday 23rd, aiming to close at 3pm.

Merry Christmas!



An exhibition of work from the Art and Design staff

at South Thames College, Wandsworth

Wednesday 17th October - Saturday 27th October 2018

Open daily 10am – 5pm

STC image2   STC image1

A variety of disciplines and creative concerns inform this collective. As a team, they all contribute to pass on their respective skills, knowledge and experience to the visual arts education of students at the local further education college. 

Participating Artists:

Frances Roche Completed a fine art degree at Wimbledon College of Art and has exhibited locally and at galleries such as the Mall Galleries.

‘ I have always enjoyed the process of working with different materials. Working with a wide range of mediums has enable me to capture the raw natural beauty, texture, colour and light of the British landscape. Equally, I am also interested in the urban setting and other aspects of my work convey the inner city, deprivation and isolation. I am very interested in sharing my experience of what it is like to live in the city. Unlike my landscape paintings the 3D cityscape models I make are very dramatic and theatrical looking.’

Eddie Smith Studied Sculpture at the Royal Academy Schools after completing a degree at Winchester School of Art and has been commissioned to produce work for private collections and public spaces. Eddie continues to exhibit and is actively involved in the organizing and running of the annual Nunhead art Trail.

James Reynolds James has recently completed an MA (fine art) at Wimbledon College of Art and has also studied at Leeds Metropolitan University and Complutense University, Madrid. He has work in private collections both nationally and internationally.

‘My work is primarily figurative, though I have drawn inspiration from multiple aspects and this is characterized by an interest in many different creative processes. The work in this show is a representation of my work form the last 6 years and illustrates my shifting concerns from painting that is very landscape based to very recent portrait work that has dogmatic and rigid processes. Fundamental to all of my practice is drawing and that has always been the constant common thread.’

You can also view some of our student’s artwork on Instagram - @creativestc

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Iain & Lynn Selwyn-Reeves

Furzedown Art Studio

Wandsworth Artists' Open House 2018 (Venue no.73)

2nd to 14th October 2018

Private View: Tuesday 2nd October, 6-8pm

Opening Times:

Saturday and Sunday 11am-6pm

Tuesday to Friday 11am-5pm


Black & White and Colour Photography

Illustrations and Personalised Artwork

Prints, Cards, Notebooks and Colouring Packs


Open House montage 2018 v2

This exhibition includes new black & white photography inspired by some of the fantastic public spaces we are lucky to enjoy in and around London including the British Museum, Design Museum, V&A, Serpentine Gallery, Tate Britain, Tate Modern and Kew Gardens.
Iain will also be showing new additions to his colourful London landmarks range and Lynn will have more hand drawn illustrations, nursery prints, colouring packs and cards.

Iain Selwyn Reeves Tate ModernLSR Tate Britain 1 2018 bw

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Facebook: FurzedownArtStudio
Twitter: FurzedownArt
Instagram: FurzedownArtStudio_photography

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Rob Curtis


Tuesday 4th to Saturday 15th September 2018

Tuesday to Sunday, 11am – 5pm (closed Mondays)

Private View Monday 3rd September 5 - 8.30pm


Rob Curtis image3












Working from lino blocks, using wood-engraving and etching tools to produce the fine detail of these imaginary and broad geometric strctures, Rob enjoys exploring contrasts between light and shadow, and working up from black backgrounds to create three-dimensional effects.  These limited edition prints (usually numbering 20) have been produced over 12 years while Rob has been working for the NHS in London.

Artist's Statement

Living and working in inner London, I’m mainly interested in urban outdoor subjects. My views are always imaginary, though occasionally based on places I know (Kings Canyon, WC2ISH, 3am). I particularly enjoy imagining the cityscapes, often unseen by its inhabitants, of rooftops stretching to the horizon, the contrast between the broad geometrical structure of buildings, and the small changes to their appearance made by their inhabitants, whether by lighted windows, graffiti or scattered rubbish. I also love exploring contrasts between light and shadow, and working up from black backgrounds to create three-dimensional effects. The prints in this show cover about 12 years. They’re printed from lino blocks which have been cut with wood-engraving and etching tools (allowing greater detail than would be possible otherwise). They’re printed in small editions – usually numbering 20 – after which the lino blocks deteriorate and become impossible to use. I’ve been working locally as a Rehabilitation Assistant in Wandsworth for 6 years, and have worked for the NHS in different roles around London for 11 years. Earlier, I studied at Art Colleges for a total of 5 years, gaining a BA (Hons) degree in Illustration at the University of Plymouth.

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Lucinda Denning      

Tuesday 26th June to Saturday 7th July 2018

Tuesday to Sunday, 11am – 5pm (closed Mondays)

Private View Wednesday 27th June 6:30pm - 8:30pm


LD Scythians











The work Lucinda is presenting at Sprout is a mix of new and some older paintings both oils on canvas and gouaches on paper. And some small painted wooden screens Some paintings will be of individual figures, some of groups of figures and others are composed of more traditional landscapes. Colour is a perrenial theme in her work, She enjoys playing with the juxtaposition of certain colours, the patterns she creates with colour, and the emotional response we have to each colour and hue. In tandem with her interest in colour people always fascinate her and how their looks and glances can exhibit nuances of a story amongst a group. Meanwhile the landscapes show another side of her work where light and weather provide the subtleties of feeling within a painting.

Lucinda Denning lives and paints in Furzedown. She has exhibited for many years and her work is in private collections worldwide. Some of her work is hanging in St Georges hospital (originally Commissioned by the Bolingbroke Hospital). She has a garden studio ( open this October for Wandsworth Artists Open House). She runs Art Classes for Adults and Children based in the Furzedown Project ,where she also volunteers at the Friday Morning Art Group. On BBCTV , her paintings feature in the CBBC series The Secret Life Of Boys enhancing the walls of the farmhouse where the family lives .

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Painted Love @ Sprout Arts

Tuesday 18th to Saturday 29th September 2018

Open: Tuesday – Sunday 11am to 5pm (closed Monday)

Private View: Monday 17 September from 7pm - 8.30pm 

**Lino print workshop Saturday 22nd**

PL 1

     PL 2 

‘Painted Love' is returning to Sprout Arts with a new and exciting collection of pre-loved furniture and soft furnishings.  Committed to saving furniture which is down on its luck and heading to the landfill site, we lovingly restore it, giving the pieces a new lease of life.  Add to the mix a contemporary twist these original pieces of furniture have been reinvented with love and are complimented by our handmade soft furnishings.

Tracey Morant is an art teacher who in her spare time began renovating furniture, along with her other creative outlet of pottery. She loves to find new ways of reusing old things. She met Rachel 18 years ago whilst working in the travel industry and they have remained firm friends and painting partners ever since.

Rachel Young is a busy mum who spends a lot of time sanding down old furniture whilst the children are at school. She also works as a production manager for the Secret Pillow Project, empowering women in India through training and work opportunities.

Sprout Summer Special

Tuesday 21st August - 1st September 2018

Tuesday – Saturday 11am – 5.00pm


Summer Special

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


A celebration of Chestnut Avenue

Private View Tues 23rd Jan 6.30 – 8.30

Tues 23rd Jan – Sat 3rd Feb 2018

Open 11am – 5pm Tues – Sat.


"That Old Chestnut" January 23rd - February 3rd is a mixed media exhibition celebrating the beauty of Chestnut Avenue on Tooting Common. Treasured by many, but cut down in September 2017, the trees have been lovingly recorded through paintings, drawings, prints, photographs and film. This fascinating exhibition not only provides a final glimpse of Chestnut Avenue but is an outstanding example of a community striving together to protect a cherished local landmark.

A percentage of all sales will go to Trees for Cities 
If you are interested in exhibiting work, please click on this link and complete the form -


Signs of Welcome workshop       

Friday 15th June 2018

4 - 5.30pm 

Signs of Welcome participatory workshops, celebrating Refugee Week, to provide a vivid, simple and accessible opportunity to imagine how to welcome people new to the community and then make decorative signs to take away. 

The workshops are for all ages and are free, fun, thoughtful and creative.

All welcome, all ages can join in 


This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



by Jude Caisley

29th May - 9th June 2018

Tuesday – Saturday 11am – 5pm (Thursdays ‘til 7pm)




This piece is taken from one of the four series in Jude’s newest body of abstract paintings. Each series has a unique colour palette that explores and expresses a different interpretation of an “Open Heaven” which is the nearness of heaven to earth. Intuition and spontaneity mark Jude’s style, which exudes much movement and freedom. Expressive brushwork and vibrant colours characterize some pieces, whilst soft hue, rich values and subtle blending imbue other works. Jude wants her viewers to experience the cool blue hues of “peace and serenity” as well as the dynamic and powerful “tearing” theme. Each painting exists to inspire, provoke, touch and transform.


This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


by Marion Jones & Chris Lessware

Tuesday 15th - 26th May 2018

Tuesday – Sunday 11am – 5pm( closed Monday)

Private View: Saturday 19th May  2-7pm




Marion Jones' makes abstract geometric paintings that emphasise edges, lines and planes. They often contain transparent and opaque layers, solid and floating forms, matt and shiny surfaces and colour.

Chris Lessware paints canvases that explore colour, texture and form in abstraction. They tend to be energetically messy and colourful. They often resemble weather and landscape systems- and the human figure is sometimes there too

Chris also writes a blog Twitter @blackpaintsblog Marion on Twitter and Instagram @marionelmajones


This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Shhhh.... our very own Secret Postcard event returns to Sprout in June 2018!

Secret Postcard 2018 @ Sprout Arts       

Tuesday 12th to Saturday 23rd June 2018

Tuesday to Sunday, 11am – 5pm 

Members Only Private View - Monday 11th June, 6pm 

This unique exhibition brings hundreds of small format contemporary artworks to adorn the walls of Sprout Arts.

Every year we invite our community to get creative, anyone can take part by producing their very own piece of art on a blank postcard.

This exhibition is the result of our creative community, showcasing original postcard sized artworks by local professional artists, amateurs and those who just dared to be creative! 

Over 200 wonderful postcards - by talented local artists (many of whom have recently exhibited here), amateurs and those who just dared to be creative - which are being exhibited throughout the Furzedown Festival and are on sale for just £5 to help support Sprout.

There is a special members'-only preview, Monday 11th from 6pm with drinks and nibbles plus a chance to choose your favourite!

With all work for sale, it's the perfect exhibition to discover an affordable treasure!


Thank you,

Sprout Arts Team x


IMG 2180


This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Magdalena del Mar

Tuesday 20th - 31st March 2018

Tuesday – Saturday 11am – 5.00pm

Private View Sunday, 25th March 6pm - 8pm 

The work that Magdalena is presenting originates from her personal experiences traveling around Eastern Europe as well as the coasts of Britain. Her primary source of inspiration comes from water based scenery. Waves reflecting on deep blue sea creating that magical atmosphere. The endless combinations of different shades and hues that a blue and green colour collaboration conceived makes her art relaxing and therapeutic.


MDM image1

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Observation and Imagination

Etching, Painting Photography and Drawing 

by Peter Solari

Tuesday 3rd - 14th April 2018

Tuesday – Saturday 11am – 5.30pm

Private View Saturday 7th April, 6.30 - 8.30pm

Pete Solari collage

I hope that the works evoke my love of the British landscape and in some way captures the power and beauty of our surroundings. Landscape dominates this exhibition (although not entirely) and is represented through more literal representations and by surrealist influenced work. I hope that you enjoy it.


This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Susan Venner- Counting Sheep
7th to 17th March 2018
Open 11am to 5pm Tuesday to Saturday
Private View Wednesday 7th March, 5.45pm to 8.30pm


SV 1SV 2SV 4


Inspired by the colours, textures and forms of flowers and plants grown in my garden this exhibitions charts my progress and botanical journey through the last few years.

For me painting is a form of meditation. It requires you to focus completely on the task in hand, no room or need for any other thought, in fact no thoughts at all just observation and looking. Much of the work I have produced has taken place in the middle of the night or very, very early in the morning as I suffer from insomnia.


BIO. - Susan Venner is a practicing architect living and working in Balham. Throughout her career of more than 30 years she has specialized in low energy and sustainable buildings working mainly on domestic buildings for both private and public clients, several of which have won awards. Susan’s work however is not restricted to housing but also includes schools, factories and several fire stations.

Susan is also a keen gardener and has opened her own garden under the national Gardens Scheme (the yellow book) for charity for a number of years.

Susan started painting a couple of years ago in an attempt to capture the exuberance, colour and joy of plants and flowers in her garden

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Owen Calvert - MONO
6th to 17th February 2018
Open 11am to 5pm Tuesday to Saturday
Private View Monday 5th February, 5.45 - 8.45pm


OC 4OC 2OC 5


MONO. - a collection of black and white photographs that explore how architecture and the urban landscape have an impact on the human psyche. From the foreboding and uncompromising concrete forms of Brutalism (notably the Barbican Estate and the National Theatre) to the mesmerising textures of England's architectural landmarks (Tate Modern and the Bull Ring), architecture shapes and defines the urban environment. Whilst these structures evoke a sense of sublimity within the city, they cannot help but remind us of our insignificance as we dwell and linger inside the metropolis.

The photographs in MONO. evoke the sense of isolation, showing shadowy and solitary individuals that become marginalised by the overpowering concrete in a clustered and chaotic urban environment.


BIO. - Owen Calvert is a semi-professional photographer living and working in London.

Owen's late father, also an avid photographer, used to say 'it is a monochrome world' – perhaps indicating perpetuity or perhaps an absence of colour. Inspired by this simple phrase, and following in his father's own steps, Owen's images primarily present a milieu of black and white with myriad greys in between.

Specialising in both brutalist and modernist architectures and in environmental portraiture, Owen has developed a substantial portfolio and a distinct style. He continues to advance where his father left off.

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Vales of Memory and Imagination (and other work)

by Graeme Armstrong

Tuesday 17th - 28th April 2018

opening Times 11am – 6pm daily (closed Monday 23 April)

Private View Thursday 19 April, 6 - 8.30pm 


We are our own construct. We create our own narrative through our memory and imagination. We are the sum of our experiences – but our view of these can be faulty. How much do we misremember and imagine? How does memory compare to imagination – and is remembering an act of creation in itself?

Where does our memory of long-unseen photographs and artefacts fit – is it a further level of removal from actual events? What do we really remember – the photograph or what was happening when it was taken?

Working from photographs, letters and audio recordings from the mid-1980s, Graeme Armstrong has created a series of imagined topographical scenes to represent that period of his life.


Greyswood Collage


Greyswood Art + Design was set up by Julia and Graeme Armstrong in 2016. It is a vehicle for Graeme’s creativity which had remained dormant for most of the previous 30 years! This was reawakened by studying graphic design at ual: Chelsea and he is now a fulltime artist. His work combines a graphic style with photographic source material to produce digital art prints. Graeme’s art examines many themes. It looks at our place in nature, and the beauty and inevitability of decay – with his more recent work exploring ideas of memory and identity, themes which are dominant in the new collection.


This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Join us to celebrate the success of an adventurous local project

Saturday 12th May 2018 - 6pm 'til 8.30pm


Venue: A private garden, Furzedown 

All welcome.  food, bar and band.

Bring friends.  meet local artists and art lovers. 

Members £10.00 and non-members £15.00*

Book soon! Places limited.

*membership of Sprout Arts is only £10.00 making the Spring Party a bargain!


Sprout Party


This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


BOXED IN 2 “Creating Landscapes in Boxes”

Tuesday 10th to Wednesday 18th July 2018

Open Tuesday to Saturday from 11am – 5pm

Private view: Thursday 12th July 5.00pm – 8.00pm

Graveney School; Year 10 Art students have collaborated to create a body of work which links to their studied themes of ‘Collections’ and ‘Identity’. The work includes painting, printing, mixed media, sculpture and drawing.

Boxed In 2