Streatham Art is thriving!

Bring friends and family along the  trail of art in shops, cafes, and business venues along Streatham High Road.  Visit the group shows; meet the artists.

This year has even more  beautiful, challenging, and thought provoking artwork to view  and buy at affordable prices.

See the listing details below and be sure to put dates in your diary!  


Photographs of the High Road, St. Leonards and Woodfield courtesy of Martin Sharpe



St Leonard’s Church Streatham High Rd, London SW16 1HS

Sat 8th to Sun 16th October

The calm of St Leonard’s Church creates a very special space to view the works of 6 local artists. 

Our grateful thanks to Rev’d Cannon Anna Norman-Walker for her generosity in hosting.

Please note, the exhibition is open on the following Dates and Times: 

Saturday 8th 11am – 5pm 

Sunday 9th 1pm – 4pm 

Wednesday 12th  2pm – 6pm

Sunday 16th 1pm – 4pm 



Polish Women Artists of South London 

Friday 7th to Sat 15th October



126 Streatham High Road, London SW16 3QB

Featured Artists: Ania Pieniazek, Monika Koch, Karolina Jonc, Magdalena del Mar and Maria Storey. 

Open Daily: 7am – 5pm




Streatham Tate Library
63 Streatham High Rd, London SW16 1PN

Fri 7th to Sun 16th October

Viewing dates & times:

Thursday 6th


Friday 7th

Saturday 8th
9am-1pm / 4pm-5pm
Sunday 9th

Tuesday 11th

Wednesday 12th
10am-2pm / 4pm-6pm
Thursday 13th

Friday 14th


Saturday 15th


Sunday 16th


All the artists featured in the High Road Art Trail come together under one roof to showcase a selection of their favourite pieces.

This exhibition will be curated by Bernadette Griffin and the StreatArt team and will be open throughout the festival week from Friday 7th October upto and including Saturday 16th October.
This exhibtion will include 3D sculptures, photography, prints and original art. a dazzling array of styles and mediums. Many pieces will be available for purchase.
Meet the artists during the week.

Our huge thanks to Streatham Tate Library for hosting the show in the Mark Bennet Hall



The Woodfield Pavillion,
16A Abbotswood Rd, Tooting Common, London SW16 1AP

Fri 7th – Mon 31st October

For exhibition viewing dates/times, please check the website.

Art in the Pavilion brings together local artists in the beautifully restored Woodfield Pavilion.

The exhibition has been curated by Janet Baker and her team to create a show which connects the community and draws attention to an interesting group of local painters and printmakers.

If you are a local artist and would like to take part, please contact Janet at thewoodfieldproject@gmail.com








 ‘Present in the Moment’ at Streatham Tate Library  Featuring the work of pupils from Bishop Thomas Grant School, Streatham.  

Present in the Moment is an Arts Council funded public art project by Lambeth ELEVATE and Lin Kam Art bringing artists in to work across three schools, including BTG, in Lambeth and their surrounding communities. The aim of the project is to celebrate the creativity of young people within their respective communities, improving their wellbeing and increasing their cultural capital.  Led by Lambeth Council, ELEVATE is Lambeth’s mission to open up the creative and cultural sector for all young people in the borough.     

PAINTING YOUR EMOTIONS WORKSHOP @the Woodfield Pavilion, SW16 1AP on SUNDAY 9 OCTOBER 2022 2.00pm - 3.30pm

There are limited places for this popular workshop, so booking ahead is advised.

The charge of £5.00 will go towards the cost of art materials and the running of the Pavilion.  The session is suitable for beginners and experienced artists over 18 years old

The workshop will be facilitated by Kyle Flynn-Davies, a multi-disciplinary artist who combines mindfulness and meditation practices with art and drama to help people with self-expression and self-development.


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Check out the line-up for this year’s StreatArt!
We have a great mix of previous years’ artists and new additions.

Elizabeth GroBe @Zac & Co

Elisabeth Große aka Lizita is an artist, fashion and graphic designer, born in Meißen in Germany. Coming from a family of artists, Lizita loves to draw since her childhood.
During her fashion design studies she discovered her passion for the creation of figurative illustrations and abstract portraits. Focussed on the female face, it is her fascination to capture emotiveness and to create a crossover of the archaic and the presence. Her works are developed in several stages, it is a journey and development starting from a pencil sketch, leading to a digital scenic modification with a storytelling momentum. The synergy of manual and digital drawing techniques creates a multi-layered communication between her artworks, which bear witness to a high emotional expressiveness. Her works represents a hybrid of art and fashion. Lizita is part Promethean Art Collective, a multidisicpline art group in London.
• PARALLAX Art Fair, Kensington, London, July 2019
• CRAZY DIAMOND, The Paper & Cup Cafe, London, May – July 2019
• Dulwich Festival – Artists’ Open House, May 2023
• Exhibiton at the West Norwood Picturehouse, June – September 2023

Katherine Forster @Brickwoods

After my art Foundation year, I discovered sculpture and went on to study full time for the next three years at Chelsea & Kensington Adult College to HND.

I am currently endeavouring to narrate and express visually, human feelings and relationships.

The medium I prefer is plaster, which I have been working with for many years. I like the natural elements of the material, and enjoy investigating more contemporary ways in which it can be implemented. Applying plaster to various mixed media has allowed me to create space within the figures and breath a lightness and movement into them.

Although I have specific concepts for my pieces, I enjoy the different ways these ideas can be interpreted, which allows the viewer to identify with my pieces on an individual level.

Email: Katherine.forster@ymail.com

Richard Fairhead @Blackbird Bakery

Photo frames mockup

Rich is a local illustrator, mural artist and printmaker based in Streatham. I work from my home studio alongside my wife and the little Gentleman, my 4 year old son Alf.
Rich takes inspiration from everything including old sailor tattoos, vintage signage, London buildings, 50’s ads, taco vans, movies, strange plants, shopfronts, nautical creatures and anything hand drawn.
Alongside his Illustration and mural work he creates Limited Edition art prints which include screen, digital & Risograph under the collective ‘El Famoso’

Guy Ellis @WInkworth Estate Agents

I like taking pictures that explore colour, form and texture; seeing beauty in the ordinary. Also check out my photos of abandoned mattresses on Instagram (guidoellis).

Instagram: @guidoellis

Ria Mooney

Since graduating from the University of Leeds with a First-Class Honours in Sociology, I have progressed my style from the graphite portraits I drew as a teenager to tattoo flash inspired paintings. I use bold lines, solid shadows and watercolour inks to achieve this.

The subjects of my paintings are often playful and cheeky whilst also maintaining a level of hardiness. As women are so often presented through the male lens,
I definitely gain a sense of empowerment from painting the girls that I do. Arguably, the subjects of my paintings still appease the male gaze,  however I find the majority of people who enjoy my paintings are those who identify as women or non-binary. My work also takes influence from my Indian heritage as I love to blend the traditional tattoo style of flash with the imagery of Hinduism.

Email: riamooney@hotmail.co.uk Instagram: riaxmooney


Denise Frackleton @St Leonards's Church

I was born and brought up in the South West and East of London. I tried a number of different career paths over the years, but improving my mental health has become a focus. Being creative always gave me comfort and pleasure since I was a child, seeing where my drawings would take me, I then developed this further in the latter part of my life and found everyday life, people and colours influenced what I would draw or emulate. I use a combination of different styles, colours and techniques such as dots, cross hatch, geometric shapes when I am creating my different art pieces. I tend to use pens, whether this is markers, glitter, biros, ink pens plus many more on canvas boards; I have also experimented using wire too on canvas. My subject matter usually consists of portraits of people from any walks of life and I also dabble in other areas such as abstract drawings and some landscapes creations.


Helen Bird @Shacklock Pharmacy

Description of Work: A New HDPE 2 / PET 1 – takeout selection series

Working with everyday materials, I have been experimenting with HDPE 2 and PET 1 plastics – this are from recycled bottle tops


Rinki Choudhary @

I am a passionate artist. I use my creativity and visualisation to create designs and then paint them in acrylics. I specialize in folk painting Madhubani kalamkari and minakari , they are ancient fold paintings depicting nature and human beings/ They are therapeutic. I want to spread these medium of painting as they provide relaxation, creativity and sense of achievement to any person.
The colours used are mostly primary colours as this was developed by ancient artist. I do the painting on few surfaces; wood fabrics and glass. The paints used are acrylics but medium changes on each surface.
Come and explore the world of colours and imagination.
Instagram : Ensemble4U/Ensemblehues.



Brenda Keyte @Creative Soul


A resident of Streatham Hill for 40 years, Brenda Keyte was a librarian in her paid working life, but was drawn to glass art after, by chance, seeing a TV programme about Stained Glass. She was captivated and located a one-day taster course with a Brighton glass artist to find out more. Thus was she completely hooked and joined a regular class at Richmond Adult College. 

However, it was there, that she was introduced to a different process which she’s been obsessed with ever since i.e glass fusing. This entails assembling pieces of glass in a flat collage-style format, and heating to a very high temperature in a kiln, so that the glass softens and the pieces are fused together. Her favourite format is making glass pictures for wall hanging, but she also ‘slumps’ the flat pieces into moulds to form dishes, produces garden sculptures, tea-lights, pendants ….. This has kept her busy for the last 10 years, with a kiln of her own and a room in her apartment as a studio. 

Her glass pictures have been exhibited and sold in the Mall Galleries, St James SW1, she sells at Merton Abbey Mills Market as well as other local fairs and has undertaken commissions for pictures of specified scenes. 

Instagram: brendak142 

Martin Grover @Streatham Wine warehouse

Martin is a fine artist, who began his career sometime in the last century after studying at Croydon College, Trent Polytechnic and the RA Schools. Working at his studio in West Norwood he produces mainly paintings and screen prints. The images of local landscapes are complimented by anecdotal and narrative artworks; these can appear wry and whimsical but often resonate with melancholy and intrigue.
He also skilfully paints portraits of old vinyl records, makes miniature and bespoke London bus stops, has an ongoing series of wild flower screen prints and is one of the original members of the South London Procrastination Club.

Fiammetta Alley

Fiammetta creates beautiful, disturbing and thought-provoking art that question notions of ideal bodies and traditional beauty

Email: fiammettaalley@me.com

Joanna Niedzielska @I Love Coffee

Joanna Niedzielska is looking for expression through painting, drawing, jewellery making, as well as participation in community projects.
Born and raised in Poland, but has been living in South London since 2013.
Her favourite subject is the London cityscape. The pictures of the city are always intrigued by urban architecture, trying to capture in her works the unique atmosphere of interesting city streets, squares and buildings.
The jewellery she created is mostly made of recycled or upcycled materials.
In the early years of painting, she was interested in geometric forms but soon discovered that she preferred to paint city landscapes. She also likes to paint flora and fauna and pets portraits. 

Instagram: @joannartn

Website: https://niedzielskahp.wixsite.com/joannart

Email: joannartn@gmail.com

Rob Curd @Mediworld


Robert Curd has been creating colourful, confusing and surreal artworks for the past 20 years.
Based in Streatham, he has exhibited at a number of London galleries.

His work is often described as ‘very interesting but not the sort of thing I would like to hang on my wall.’

 Instagram: rob_curd_the_artist


Shugun Patel@Streatham Tate Library

I am a local photographer
You can view my sample photos portfolio here – https://www.eyeem.com/u/293674


Zara Drummond @Roots Lebanese Home Grill

Zara is primarily a figurative (portrait) painter, which began by accident, via sketches of her children as toddlers. She has been living in Streatham for over 20 years and never tires of the interplay between light and colour.

More recently she has been drawn to paint portraits of trees and landscapes as they cope with the weather changes our planet is experiencing. Whatever the subject, Zara always paints from life.
07834 882 3634

Janet Baker @Dr Dolittle's

Janet Baker – Dr Dolittle’s

I took up photography when I was given a battered old Pentax when I was 17. I learned by doing, and finding my own path. It’s still the only way I can capture what’s in my head. Sometimes, what I photograph tells me more about myself than I realise. I capture the moment that expresses more than just a picture.

And sometimes I wear two pairs of glasses on my head and no one notices.

nsta : @1isthinking



We are no longer taking submissions for this year’s festival

If you are a Streatham artist, and would like to take part in the 2023 festival contact:



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.

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Guidelines for artwork submissions

To submit your artwork for Streatham Festival, 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.