Friday, May 20, 2022


Martin Grover, Norwood’s erstwhile artist-in-residence, says this of the forthcoming exhibition: “I know this sounds like a top firm of lawyers but we are in fact, an esteemed trio of artists. We may not be able to offer you any judicial insights but we can provide you with some very fine paintings and prints. I’m really pleased and excited to be exhibiting alongside these friends and fellow artists, @marielenclos_painting and @stevewildeprints.”

Martin Grover, ‘Fight In The Vestry Before Sunday Morning Service’

Painter and screen printer, Martin Grover creates images of elegiac tree stumps, old 45s and is still in the process of designing a logo for the South London Procrastination Club (SLPC).

Marie Lenclos’ oil paintings are contemplative. Intensifying colours and removing traces of people and activity, they allow the observer to contemplate the interplay of colour, light and form in the physical environments we inhabit.

Steve Wilde‘s work flits between textured abstract paintings and colourful graphic prints…and a few places in between.

Numbers are limited, just click on the link to register your place. If you can’t get a ticket this way, there will be a one-in, one-out system in place on the night.

Curious Kudu is a private dining room and events space. The space is open as a gallery in the daytime. Please feel free to pop along to the exhibition, entry is free and all art is for sale.

CURIOUS KUDU, 117 Queen’s Road, Peckham SE15 2EZ. from 3rd – 28th November. Times: Wed – Sun Open 2pm – 6.30pm.

PRIVATE VIEW Thursday 4 November 6.30-8.30pm ALL WELCOME


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