VISIT OUR DULWICH FESTIVAL SPRING SHOW
268 Croxted Road, Herne Hill, London SE24 9DA
13th -14th May
20th – 21st May
10.30am – 6.00pm
Our Dulwich Festival Spring Show in our home gallery in Herne Hill is now open. We’d love you to come along to see us on the weekends of 13th-14th May and 20th-21st May from 10.30am-6pm. As usual we have worked hard to bring you a carefully curated selection of contemporary paintings, sculpture, ceramics and one-off design from some of the UK’s best artists and designers.
Gill Rocca has made a stunning new painting Milk and Honey especially for Cavaliero Finn and this is on show alongside a couple of her other works.
Following our recent success at the London Art Fair in January, painters Angela Charles, Catherine Knight, Helen Ballardie, Joseph Goody and Rebecca Mclynn have been busy making new work for us so do come and enjoy the fruits of their labour. Inspired by her recent trip to Finland she captures the sublime changing colours and atmosphere so beautifully, you almost feel transported there. Other painters on show are artists Daisy Cook, Sue Blandford and Tony Beaver.
- Akiko Hirai
- Ali Miller
- Alice Mara
- Daniel Reynolds
- Danuta Solowiej
- Ikuko Iwamoto
- Jessica Thorn (Apothecary Bottles featured in the lead image)
- Jo Davies
- Mizuyo Yamashita
- Patricia Volk
- Rhian Malin
- Richard Brendon
Sophie Cook, whose collectors include Elton John and Jennifer Anniston is occupying our garden studio the first weekend only, so come early to avoid disappointment.
Artist Caroline Popham works in mixed media, paint, collage and sculpture is showing a series of works exploring themes of repetition, imperfection, process and colour. Caroline has worked with clients including Louis Vuitton, Dior and Christian Louboutin and her work can regularly be seen in the pages of the UK’s leading Interior Magazines.
Ex Goldsmiths textile artist Sam Edkins is always one step ahead of the trends and has made Trail Chair. Designed and upholstered by Sam, a series of slugs flow from the seams, creases, folds, base and back of the chair leaving behind a shiny trail, creating an uneasy and witty display evoking a love/hate relationship with the viewer. Melanie Porter has been busy knitting away on her giant knitting needles following her huge success at the Campaign for Wool BnB making us a selection of chunky new throws and cushions. We also have works by Pia Wustenberg, Galvin Brothers, Elli Popp and Mineheart on show.
This promises to be an exhibition not to be missed so we very much hope you can make it.
Debra and Juliana