Wimbledon Art Fair

Wimbledon Art Studios, 10 Riverside Yard, Riverside Road, London SW17 OBB

18th – 21st November

Thursday | 2pm – 10pm
Friday | 2pm – 10pm
Saturday | 11am – 6pm
Sunday | 11am – 6pm

After a two year absence we are delighted to be part of the re-launch of Wimbledon Art Fair.

The Wimbledon Group have nine artists taking part:

Alan Carlyon Smith (Studio 111)
Alison Groom (Studio 129)
Angela Smith (Studio 118)
Damian Woodford (Studio 117)
Emma Forrester (Studio 201)
Jill Sutcliffe (Studio 202)
Mike Stokoe (Studio 121)
Sara Vertigan (Studio 263)
Sarah Ollerenshaw (Studio 252)

HeART of Wimbledon Parkside

St Paul’s Church, Wimbledon Parkside, 120 Augustus Road, London SW19 6EW

25th September – 7th October 2021

Silent Auction
7th October
Thursday | 6pm – 8pm

Artists from The Wimbledon Group have each submitted work to a fundraiser for St. Paul’s, Wimbledon in aid of their Youth and Community projects.

The event is being organised by Sarah Ollerenshaw and the exhibition will be on display from Saturday 25th September until the evening of the silent auction on Thursday 7th October.

You will be able to message Sarah your maximum bids via her Instagram page @sarah.ollerenshaw.artist.

Surrey Contemporary Art Fair

Sandown Park Racecourse, Portsmouth Road, Esher, Surrey KT10 9AJ

24th – 26th September 2021
Friday | 6pm – 9pm
Saturday | 10am – 6pm
Sunday | 10am – 5pm

Alan Carlyon Smith and Sara Vertigan are taking part in the Surrey Contemporary Art Fair this Autumn.

The fair offers a full weekend of Creative Workshops, Live Art Demos, and the ever-popular Art Quest for Children.

Art in the Park

Cannizaro Park, Westside Common, Wimbledon SW19 4UE

19th September 2021
Sunday | 11am – 5pm

Jill Sutcliffe is taking part in ‘Art in the Park’ a new arts festival set in Wimbledon Village’s Grade II listed Cannizaro Park.

‘Art in the Park’ combines masterclasses for adults of all artistic abilities, family friendly workshops, a sculpture trail and an art fair showcasing local talent.

Kaleidoscope: A Celebration of Colour

Drian Gallery, 14 Porchester Place, St George’s Fields, London W2 2BS

9th September – 10th October 2021
Thursday – Sunday | 10am – 6pm

Damian Woodford and Graham Hunter have been selected to take part in an exhibition celebrating the life and legacy of 1960s iconic artist Halima Nalecz.

A single-minded woman, Halima forged her path through the London art scene of the 1960s and worked for more than 40 years as a promoter of new and emerging artists.

The exhibition has been curated by art critic Robin Dutt in conjunction with design agency, Sister London.

Where Water Becomes the Sky

Graham Hunter Gallery, 81 Baker Street, London W1U 6RQ

10th August – 11th September 2021
Monday – Saturday | 9.30am – 5.30pm

Alison Groom is proud to present her first London solo show at the Graham Hunter Gallery.

The exhibition showcases a body of new work inspired by her favourite places including the coasts of Suffolk, Essex, Devon and Cornwall, and scenes of London viewed from the river Thames.

The Intimacy of Landscape

Graham Hunter Gallery, 81 Baker Street, London W1U 6RQ

6th – 31st July 2021
Monday – Saturday | 9.30am – 5.30pm

Sara Vertigan is proud to present a new body of landscapes at the Graham Hunter gallery.

Sara’s landscapes are painted in oils, using a grisaille underpainting technique to establish tone and composition, then gradually building layer upon layer with blocks of colour.