Streatham Festival
Oct
12
to Oct 21

Streatham Festival

Saturday 12th October - Sunday 20th October 2019

Weekends 11am-6pm / Weekdays 11am-5pm

Woodfield Pavilion, 16a Abbotswood Road, London, SW16 1AP

The Woodfield Pavilion is proud to host this year's first 'Art in the Pavilion-Group Show', as part of the Streatham Arts Festival 2019. The exhibition has been carefully curated by artists, Sophie Cook and Henrietta Roeder, to create a show which connects the community and draws attention to over 15 local professional painters and printmakers. Featured artists include Martin Grover (known for his screenprints of local parks/commons and the witty 'Everybody Knows this is Nowhere' bus stop sign), Nick Maroussas (regular exhibitor with the Warbling Collective) and Annabel Robb (exhibitor at this year's RA summer exhibition).

The private view is on Saturday 12th October from 6-9pm and all are welcome for a drink and preview.

The Woodfied Pavilion is also hosting Streatham Festival's 'ARTISTS' SILENT AUCTION' in aid of the Woodfield Project and SYCT (Streatham Youth & Community Trust). Over 30 artists taking part in the festival have donated a 10 x 10cm canvas which will be auctioned throughout the festival (12th - 20th October). The works will be displayed at the Pavilion where secret bids can be placed in a box, winners will be announced by email when the festival closes.

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Through the Trees
Sep
1
to Oct 10

Through the Trees

From 1st September to 10th October, the Woodfield Project on Tooting Bec Common will be hosting an exhibition of paintings by local artists Claire Robinson and Ronnie Hackston. Both artists, based in Streatham Hill, produce images inspired by nature, in particular the flora and fauna of the English landscape. Works range from small ink drawings to larger-scale “garden paintings” which are designed for outdoor display.

Private view 5th September, 6.30-9pm, most works will be for sale, as will a range of handmade cards and prints, and refreshments will be available.

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