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Richmond, Twickenham, Chiswick, Wimbledon, Clapham, Dulwich and Greenwich art galleries and exhibitions.
FELIX & SPEAR
THE FOUNTAIN GALLERY
GREENWICH PRINTMAKERS GALLERY
INGO FINCKE GALLERY
JEANNIE AVENT GALLERY
LANDMARK ARTS CENTRE
THE RUSSELL GALLERY
London SW - by appt only
Gallery in Residence. Until Jan 31.
Home House, 20 Portman Square, Marylebone, London W1H 6LW; by appt only.
London Art Fair Business Design Centre, London N1. Stand 5. Jan 16-20.
Collect International Art Fair for Modern Craft and Design. Saatchi Gallery, London SW3. Feb 28-Mar 3.
t 020 8947 6782
71 St Mary's Road, London W5 5RG
John Atkin: Vanishing Point. Feb 2-Mar 9.
Studio sculptures and wall based artworks. PV Feb 1, 6-8; RSVP essential.
A selection of Modern British works are also available to view, please contact the gallery for details.
Tue-Fri 10.30-6, Sat 11-3
t 020 8566 1574
26 Bridge Rd, Hampton Court, Surrey KT8 9HA
Dorota Levine. Jan 7-20.
Dreamlike scenes in landscape and garden settings with elegant female forms; with Alex Taylor jewellery.
Elena Peresvetova: Still Life. Jan 22-Feb 3.
Evolution of drapery from object to actor, through the act of free fall.
Stephanie Wilkinson: Art+Interiors. Feb 5-17.
A vibrant interior aesthetic created with paintings and fabric, cushions, jewellery and other objects.
Clare Hardwick and Oorla Morgan: Inspired. Feb 19-Mar 3.
Painter and jeweller influenced by diversity and colour - near and far.
t 020 8941 5865
1A The Market, Greenwich, London SE10 9HZ
Prints for Presents: Exhibition. Until Jan 6.
A wide range of enticing hand-made prints to buy from just £25.
Maureen Sweeney. Jan 8-27.
Peter Warhead. Jan 29-Feb 17.
Sue Whitmore. Feb 19-Mar 10.
24 Battersea Rise, London SW11 1EE
We represent new and established contemporary artists, concentrating mainly with oil on canvas. With a welcoming atmosphere we attract first time buyers and collectors alike.
t 020 7228 7966
14 North Cross Rd, East Dulwich, London SE22 9EU
Kitty Jenkins: Paintings. Feb 14-19
Paintings is an exhibition of work by Kitty Jenkins. Kitty Jenkinsí work explores notions of identity and recognition, probing and stretching definitions of individuality, form and structure. Private View Feb 15, 6.00-9.30.
Mon-Sat 10.30-5.00, Sun 11.00-4.00
Ferry Road, Teddington, Middlesex TW11 9NN
Knot.just.stitch. Feb 12-28.
Exhibition of mixed media work from the artist group knot.just.stitch; a collaboration between Joan Noble, Jen Henley and Susie Stone.
Contemporary Textiles Fair 2019. Mar 23-24.
Over 75 stands with artists and makers working in textiles, plus a talk by guest speaker Diana Springall and workshops. PV Mar 22, 6-8.30.
Spring Art Fair. May 17-19.
Autumn Art Fair. Oct 18-20.
t 020 8977 7558
140 Lewisham Way, London SE14 6PD
Jamshac Artist Collective: Worlds Apart. Jan 28-Feb 10.
Glimpse the creative obsessions that drive each of these artists to persuade the viewer that, in our homogenised, mass media world, there is still room for the quirky, individual and fascinating.
t 020 8691 9113
59 Overstone Road, London W6 0AD
London Art Fair Business Design Centre, London N1. Jan 16-20.
Specialists in fine figurative paintings with a surreal and sometimes humorous flavour. Beryl Cook signed limited edition prints and original paintings. We attend London Art Fair (Jan), AAF Battersea (Mar) and Lapada Fair in Berkeley Square (Sep).
viewings by appt only
t 07801 668237
238-246 King Street, London W6 0RF
Leszek Gliniewski: Photography. Jan 3-18.
Memories from Poland. Includes descriptions and real stories and maps of his family's forced migration from the Eastern Borderlands of Poland, at the beginning of the WWII.
The Treaty of Versailles. Jan 19-Feb 1.
An historical exhibition from the archives of the Polish Library.
Olga Karlovac: Before Winter. Feb 2-22.
An exhibition of photography and a self-published first edition signed book.
t 020 8741 1940
12 Lower Richmond Road, Putney, London SW15 1JP
Mixed Winter Exhibition. Until Jan 27.
Showing work from over 50 artists - constantly changing.
David Eustace RBA: The Magic of Realism. Jan 31-Feb 16.
David Eustace has been inspired by Venice and the mystical light of the West Country.
Chelsea Davine: Chiaroscuro. Feb 21-Mar 9.
Gold, silver and copper leaf with oil is used by Chelsea Davine to create beautiful paintings inspired by Nature.
Gallery closed until Jan 19.
t 020 8780 5228