Makerhood will again be having a pitch at the Urban Art Fair on Josephine Avenue, Brixton, on 13 and 14 July.
With more than 200 artists on exhibiting, this annual al fresco event offers a wonderful opportunity to see a staggering range of art, talk to the artists about their work, and buy direct.
This year there will also be special street art area, where artists will be creating live work, including spraying a London tube train, which will be exhibited in Windrush Square the following week.
The Makerhood pitch number is S11 – it’s one of the panels in the pedestrianised part of the street. The artists exhibiting will be:
Kaylene Alder Kaylene is a displaced Canadian whose quirky illustrations are inspired by the scenes around her in good ole’ London town, from local landmarks to urban wildlife.
CAS Clare Smith works in acrylics on canvas, usually from photographs. Her paintings include London landmarks as well as family portraits and commissions.
Ray Stanbrook Ray’s distinctive graphic prints and cards of south London are extremely popular with local residents. As well as Brixton, he features Clapham, Crystal Palace, Brockwell Park, Herne Hill, Dulwich and Forest Hill.
The Urban Art Fair is on Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 July, 10am-6pm.