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Heidi Sturgess – Exhibition and Sample Sale

April 14, 2024 - April 14, 2024   







OCTOBER 6th & 7th (Saturday & Sunday)  & OCTOBER 13th & 14th (Saturday & Sunday)



Illustrator & Designer Heidi Sturgess will be holding her first exhibition of paintings and illustration in conjunction with Wandsworth Artists Open House Weekend.  Alongside the exhibition, Heidi will be holding her annual Christmas Sample Sale.






London – September 19th – Heidi Sturgess is proud to announce the upcoming selling exhibition of her paintings, prints and illustrations in traditional and digital media.



This exhibition presents a rare opportunity to view and purchase works of art from this talented designer and artist which are entirely new and unseen.  Heidi has been based in her Battersea studio since 2000 and has built up an international reputation as a jewellery and accessory designer but her work as an illustrator and artist is virtually unknown.  Heidi’s latest creations will be a surprise and delight to those who are familiar with her work and an exciting find to those who are not.



An array of works that span painting, drawing and decorative art will be on display, taking the viewer through a journey from drawing board to finished product.   Works include portraiture, botanical studies, print designs and children’s illustrations rendered in high detail with a hint of the surreal.



The Sample Sale is also a perfect opportunity to purchase Heidi’s much loved accessories and jewellery at greatly reduced prices. This year’s sale is particularly good for bargain hunters as there are lots of discontinued lines and one-off press pieces as well as new products on offer including jewellery, handbags, tshirts, wallets, scarves, corsages, cards and prints.



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For images or more information please contact Heidi on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
or 020 7228 8007 . Other artists and designers will also be opening their studios at the Business Centre at the same time.



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