STREATART

ARTISTS 2021

Check out the line-up so far for this years Streatart!
We have a great mix of previous years artists and brand new additions too.
Venue details are still to be decided but keep checking back here as they will be announced soon.

If you are a local artist who would like to be included, it’s not too late!
Just fill in the submission form below and we will be in contact with details of how you can show your work.

We encourage all artists to source their own venue for the trail but we can offer help in matching artists with local venues if needed.

Janie Murphy @ (TBC)

Janie Murphy @ (TBC)

Janie Murphy (b.1967 Leamington Spa, UK) studied an MA Degree in Textile Design at Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design, London (1993-1995). She has sold work through numerous retail outlets and galleries but more recently through The Artist Support Pledge...

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Rosy Cassaro @ (TBC)

Rosy Cassaro @ (TBC)

My name is Rosy, I’m Italian and I’m a fluid artist.I create “Pour acrylic paintings” and “Dutch pours” that are created by mixing colours with a fast-flowing binder and by using air to manipulate the paints on a canvas. Most commonly it involves pre-mixing fluid...

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Pascale Kyung Sook Hlaele @(TBC)

Pascale Kyung Sook Hlaele @(TBC)

Pascale Kyung Sook Hlaele is a local artist and gas been living in Streatham for over 20 years now! 'My urge to paint became real and more forced during this lockdown and I'm glad I did. I grew up in Switzerland, originally from South Korea. You'll see some strong...

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Ria Mooney @ (TBC)

Ria Mooney @ (TBC)

I’m Ria, a 21 year old artist from Streatham. I discovered tattooing when I was 11 years old and it has been my goal to tattoo ever since. Since graduating from the University of Leeds with a First-Class Honours in Sociology last summer, I have progressed my style...

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Susanna Abel @ (TBC)

Susanna Abel @ (TBC)

South London based artist. Lover of form, movement, feathers, fur and flesh. Working mainly in graphite, inks and metallic finishes. Featured work: Shibari Triptych (Graphite, Black & Gold inks on wallpaper)Size: 1.5m (h) approxFor Sale: Please contact the artist...

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Krystal Wong @ Hood Streatham & Estate Office Coffee

Krystal Wong @ Hood Streatham & Estate Office Coffee

I'm Krystal, owner of Krystal Wong Studio, a one woman small business bringing you colour popping limited edition giclée prints and gifts inspired by South London. I'm an illustrator, Graphic designer and artist based in South-West London. I love creating colourful...

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Karen Smith – In Memory

Karen Smith – In Memory

Dedicated to Karen Smith Professional artist for over forty years and contributor to StreatArt trails and group shows for many years, including displaying at Winkworth in October 2020. Karen sadly passed away recently but her spirit is not forgotten.We wanted to...

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David Pepper @ (TBC)

David Pepper @ (TBC)

David is an artist who has lived and worked in Streatham for many years. Instagram @davidepepper Showing at ASC Open Studios, Streatham. Contact for studio visit. Email: david.pepper@usa.net

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Bernardete Blue @ (TBC)

Bernardete Blue @ (TBC)

Bernardete Blue’s artistic practice reflects on the experience of Motherhood. Title of above work: Dummy; Handmade Tapestry, Concrete and my Son's Dummies The artist uses mainly homemade bread as sculptural material.This materials’ basic components transformed through...

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Martin Sharpe @ (TBC)

Martin Sharpe @ (TBC)

Martin Sharpe is a photographer living in Streatham. He became semi-professional in 2013 and has since worked as a portrait, product, event and landscape photographer. His work is featured in several books, magazines, posters and websites as well as on many people’s...

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Magdalena Del Mar @ (TBC)

Magdalena Del Mar @ (TBC)

Magdalena del Mar is an artist based in South West London, Streatham Common. She gained her education and first art experience in South East Poland where she was born.  For the past 15 years, she has been living in the UK and exhibiting regularly in London. Her main...

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Bernadette Griffin @ (TBC)

Bernadette Griffin @ (TBC)

Born in West London to Irish parents, Bernadette moved to Streatham in 1994. Whilst paining mainly large abstract acrylics, she usually has a loved one in mind so the paintings convey warmth, heart and hope. This painting of Southsea Beach, Portsmouth was painted for...

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Monika Koch @ (TBC)

Monika Koch @ (TBC)

Monneeshka - also known as Monika Koch Polish born artist creating bold, striking female portraits using simple brush lines, strokes and block colours. Instagram page for Monika @monneeshka Etsy https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/monneeshka

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Karolina Jonc Buczek @ The Railway

Karolina Jonc Buczek @ The Railway

Karolina Jonc Buczek is a Polish illustrator and graphic designer based in Streatham, South London. In her practice, she mostly works with themes of body positivity, mental health and Polish culture. She is passionate about promoting different body types, women...

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We are still accepting submissions!

(DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS is 20th August 2021)

 

If you’re a Streatham artist, and would like to have your work exhibited through the Festival in October 2021, fill in the form via the Submit button below.
We accept fine art in any medium, illustration, digital art, sculpture and photography.

 

If you would like additional info before submitting your art, contact us at

art23@streathamfestival.com

 

Submit Your Artwork

Streatham Festival supports artists within the local community. Originally set up to promote all aspects of the creative community, the Festival has become a great showcase and platform for local artists and has helped them to form links with the many venues, shops, restaurants and bars in the area.

At this stage, it is difficult to know how artwork will be exhibited in October (online or physically).
To keep up-to-date on developments, follow us on social:

Guidelines for artwork submissions

To submit your artwork for Streatfest please supply a high resolution image so we can promote it both online and potentially in print. Your image needs to be 300 DPI and the longest edge should be at least 1,800 pixels.

Think carefully about the image that you submit as it immediately tells a story about your art style and first impressions really count! 

Hundreds of artists have featured at the Festival over the last 20 years, within printed magazines such as Heart Streatham and through the doors of Streatham businesses. We hope to deliver another great platform for this year’s Festival.