Virtual Artists Trail

Welcome to the Sydenham Arts Virtual Artists Trail.

Artists with video or 3D 

The 3D virtual galleries are best viewed on a PC or laptop as they don’t always work on other platforms e.g. some mobile phones and some tablets. Please see the Viewing Instructions and Troubleshooting Guide at the foot of the page 

Artists Choice Gallery (NEW – 3D) A selection of their favourite images chosen by artists in the Artists Trail
Boutzie R (NEW – Video) Fine Art, Video
Constanza Miranda (NEW– 3D) Photography
Diana Galimzyanova (NEW – Video)
eTCH studio23 (NEW – 3D) Prints
Evgenia Smoliakova (NEW – 3D) Textiles
MA Camberwell Printmakers 2020 (NEW – 3D) Fiona Cadwallader (Mixed Media), Gill Scott (Mixed Media), Lilophilia (Mixed Media), Paul Sharrock (Mixed Media), Silvia Christobal Alonso (Photography, Prints), Zoltan Marfy (Photography)
Sally Ward (NEW – 3D) Sculpture, Mixed Media & Paintings
Abraham Falcon (Video)
Anne and Bruce Harrison Archive 2010-2017 and Aboretum (3D) Watercolour, Etching, Glass, Drawings & Screenprints
Art of the month for May (3D) Some of our favourite images submitted during the first two weeks of May
Claude Perera (3D) Screenprinting
David Bickley (Video)
Diana McKinnon (3D) Textile Art
Forest Hill School Art Hub (3D) A Level and GCSE Art
James Hodgson (3D) Fine Art, Installations, Mixed Media & Sculpture
Jez Mallinson (3D ) Jewellery
Kayleigh Shepherd (3D ) Paintings
Keith Knox (3D ) Watercolour Paintings
Kevin Dolan (3D) Digital Art
Laurence Taylor (3D) Photography
Leila Khasal (3D) Jewellery, clothing & textiles
Lilian Chow (3D) Fine Art & Mixed Media
Pippa Stacey (3D) Glass
Pippa Stacey Student Gallery (3D) GCSE, Home Educated, Schooled and Adult Students
Sydenham Artists Trail  2019 (3D) Selection of art exhibited in 2019
Ania Marzec-Manser – ‘How I See You – Faces From Rotherhithe’ Exhibition (3D) Watercolour Paintings

Galleries

These galleries contain details of artists, their social media and of course images of their art. They are in alphabetical order within the relevant art category. [click on their names to link to their gallery]

Childrens Art

Drawing Classes with Pippa Stacey (with 3D virtual art gallery)
Forest Hill School Art Hub (with 3D virtual art gallery)
GCSE Art out of school with Pippa Stacey – ‘Concealment’
GCSE Art out of school with Pippa Stacey – ‘Reflection’ (with 3D virtual art gallery)

 

Ceramics, Glass, Jewellery, Sculpture, Textiles & Wood.

Andrew Knee Diana McKinnon Evgenia Smoliakova (NEW)
Glenn Lewis Italo Manrique Jayne Williams Designs
Jez Mallinson Leila Khasal Linda Litchfield
Liz Pearson – Angelheart Mercedes Oakley Minette’s Den Ceramics
Pat Rae Pip McCormack  Pippa Stacey
Poppy Jones-Little (NEW) Pots in the City Rawlston Warner
Ruty Benjamini Sally Spinks Sally Ward (NEW)
Shani Zahav Sophie Home Veena
Wendy Arnold-Dean (NEW) White Peak Jewellery

Fine Art & Photography

Abraham Falcon Adam Marshall Alain Speed
Alison Day Andrea Blair Angela Wright
Anna Lovely Gallery Aurelie Crisetig Bodies & Botanicals
Boutzie R (NEW) Caroline Lee Chloe Laurence
Claude Perera Constanza Miranda (NEW) David Bickley
Diana Galimzyanova (NEW) EDB Animal Portraiture Emily Brand Art
Emma Drury O’Rourke eTCH studio23 (NEW) Elizabeth Whitehouse (NEW)
Eve Turner Fay Watson Fiona Cadwallader
Freya Tewelde Galina Stefanova Gareth Morgan
Gen Williams Gill Scott Gillian Richards
Glenn Lewis Hannah Andrews Jacqueline Benn
Jacqueline Boardman Jacqueline Pennell James Hodgson
James O’Hara Jamesalex Jane Peng (NEW)
Kaoru Shibuta (NEW) Kayleigh Shepard Keith Knox
Kevin Dolan  Kim Minuti Kim Peluffo
Kitty Jenkins Laurence Taylor Lilian Chow
Lilophilia Lisa Muten Lizzy Schiraldi
Louise Hardy Marcia Reveron Mary Gordon-Smith
Me On The Map Misa Gott Monika Cilmi
Pat Rae Patrick Lovely Paul Sharrock
Paul Stack Pupak Navabpour Rachel Mooney
Richard James Benbow (NEW) Rupa Sharma Ruth Lewis
Sally Kelly Sally Ward (NEW) Silvia Cristóbal Alonso
Simon Farnhell Sonia Ben Achoura (NEW) Steve Owen
Suzanne O’Connor Veena Wenderific
Yoke Matze Zoltan Marfy

3D Gallery Viewing Instructions
Click on any of the links above to view a gallery. Let it load – it might take a minute – then press the ‘Start the guided tour’ arrow  – like the play button on your TV remote control.
Have your device’s sound on as some have background music – or turn the sound off if you want to browse the art in silence. There is also a ‘sound control’ icon at the top right of the gallery screen.
If the guided tour is too slow for you you can press the ‘next guide point’ arrow to see the next image, or the ‘previous guide point’ arrow if you want to go back to look at an image for longer. You may also press the ‘stop the guided tour’ button
The exhibitions look best in full-screen mode – there is a ‘full-screen’  icon at the top right of the gallery screen
3D GalleryTroubleshooting Guide
We have experienced problems viewing some 3D galleries on some devices. Please bear these issues in mind when you decide whether to invest time and money in a 3D gallery.
These are some of the problems we have experienced:
You get stuck in a gallery. If so you can move around by clicking on the gallery floor plan – click the icon at the bottom left to see the floor plan.
The gallery door doesn’t open. If so click on the door and it will open.
You get really stuck in a gallery. If so just close the exhibition.
The music doesn’t stop when you have exited a gallery or it plays over the new music when you view a new gallery. It’s very annoying and you will have to restart your device to stop the music!
The exhibition doesn’t work on your device (phones or tablets). You might receive an ‘unsupported device’ message and be requested to download the appropriate app (ArtSteps) using Google Play or AppStore. When you have downloaded, installed and opened ArtSteps it might work. Even then you might only have a partial exhibition: sometimes there are no walls; sometimes no guided tour; sometimes no music; sometimes nothing at all. We are very sorry about these issues.
You should still be able to view the exhibitions on a laptop or PC – and arguably the art is best viewed on a larger screen.