DULWICH ARTISTS' OPEN HOUSE

Saturday 11 & Sunday 12 MAY | 11am - 6pm  

Saturday 18 & Sunday 19 MAY | 11am - 6pm

Location 20, Page 26

All enquiries please email |  katherine@kittoecontemporary.com

CAROLE JORDAN

Unique hand-built, raku fired vessels inspired by travel.

Original, elegant and tactile pieces. 


@carolejordanvessels

ODETTE SELVA

Contemporary jewellery made and designed to create beautiful sensual forms. Using ethically sources and recycled materials, these timeless, stunning pieces will be cherished by the wearer for years to come. 


Odette Selva

GABRIELA SZULMAN

Gabriela’s whimsical and surreal collages are filled with humour, colour and evocative connections.

 

‘I love delving into old photograph albums, vintage documents, magazines, books, cards, knitting pattern books and scraps of writing. Second-hand bookshops, junk shops, market stalls, attics and long-forgotten boxes are my treasure trove. I’m an inveterate collector of things that other people discard, and through my work I try to bring them back to life.’

VIEW WORK HERE

JESS QUINN

Jess Quinn creates surreal worlds, filled with colour and pattern, that mix the magical and the mundane. 

She weaves together memories and real events with fictional characters and places.  Jess takes inspiration from art history and explores the role of women in art creating a unique vision of the world.


"I am not afraid to use colour and pattern and often employ an abundance of both'

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DANIEL PREECE

Daniel's work celebrates the urban environment, from vast panoramas to intimate studies of the city. Composed in his signature vivid colour palette and exploring the boundary between abstraction and figuration.


'He finds in the modest familiar view, quite often scruffy and down at heel, so much that is remarkable and beautiful' 


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JOE BERGER

Irreverant and stylish limited edition screenprints and giclee prints from our brilliant illustrator and cartoonist.


VIEW WORK HERE



NIKKI WARD

Nikki's joyful and nostalgic paper-cut sculptures are created from found and bought vintage books and objects. Butterflies burst from a matchbox in a cloud of colour - a celebration of nature, movement and junk shops! Forgotten and discarded items are given a new story and a new lease of life - an exercise in transformation and preservation.

VIEW WORK HERE

EMAIL: katherine@kittoecontemporary.com  for all enquiries