St Patrick’s Studios is a group of Artists working in the old school building at St Patrick’s RC Church Wapping.

Lena Dmitriyeva

Lena was born in Moscow in 1975. After graduating from university she moved to New York and lived there for a decade. As an artist, in those years, she mainly practiced Drawing and Fashion design. Moving to London brought a new focus into her artistic life; as a painter she joined St.Patrick’s Studios in 2017.

Alice Robertson

I grew up in the Scottish borders surrounded by natural beauty and art, with a particular love for the Scottish Colourists and Gothic Art. I always drew and painted and made things. After a Latin degree I went to study in Florence at Charles Cecil Studios – learning to draw and paint from the nude … Continue reading Alice Robertson

Alice Farmer

Tertiary Studies 2002-05   Sir John Cass Department of Art L.M.U 1998-00    St Martins School of Art  London Instutute 1975-80    West of England School of Art Adult Education, Bristol 1982-84     Redland College of Further Education, Bristol 1960-61     Hornsey College of Art  London 1958-59     Royal West of England School of Art. Bristol Qualifications 2005           B.AHons. Combined Studies Textiles & Fine … Continue reading Alice Farmer

Bernard Allen

Education: BA Phil Heythrop College 2004-2007 Bernard graduated with a philosophy degree from Heythrop College in 2007. Over the years he has produced many works of religious art in parishes across England and Ireland, including murals, candles for weddings and baptisms, illuminated pages, statue renovations and traditional gilded icons in egg tempera; he is also … Continue reading Bernard Allen

Elizabeth McCarten

Elizabeth studied painting at the University of Brighton before completing The Drawing Year postgraduate course at The Royal Drawing School in 2013. Since then Elizabeth has taught on the school’s Young Artists programme, leading weekly drawing sessions for 10 – 14 year olds that have a particular emphasis on drawing from observation. She has taught across London at various locations including; … Continue reading Elizabeth McCarten

Kirsty Kerr

Kirsty Kerr is a conceptual visual artist and curator based in East London. Her practice spans different media and centres on the idea of illuminating the value in the overlooked, discarded or unexpected. Her work is often site-specific, responding to the stories of the spaces it inhabits. Kirsty has exhibited across the UK and had … Continue reading Kirsty Kerr

Lucinda Metcalfe

Lucinda’s vivid paintings are inspired by places we recognise from holiday brochures and advertisements but her work has a melancholy edge, which disrupts our escapist longings.   Lucinda exhibits regularly in London and beyond, including a recent solo show at Lemba Gallery, Cyprus.  Group exhibitions include the London Art Fair; the Hampstead ‘Affordable Art Fair;  the … Continue reading Lucinda Metcalfe

Lucinda May

Lucinda is a conceptual artist who uses the tools of beauty and playfulness through a wide range of media to interrupt the everyday and suggest a different kind of reality bursting into the one that we usually see. Her work is fundamentally informed by her Christian faith, the themes of which she is constantly exploring, … Continue reading Lucinda May

Mike Quirke

Mike Quirke, is a London based artist, working from St Patrick’s Studios in Wapping. Mike studied at Chelsea School of Art and Goldsmith College and has many years experience working in art and art education. Recently he was invited to join the team of artists working on Westminster Cathedral’s Way of Mercy Stations contributing two … Continue reading Mike Quirke

Naomi Shaw

Naomi studied Architecture at Kingston and Cambridge University. She has worked in London for 15 years both as an Architect and as a Project Manager. Naomi makes architectural models and material mock-ups in the studio. Links Dahan Shaw website: Contact: Contact Naomi: Save

Nikki Gardham

Nikki’s interest in picture-making stems from the idea that even the seemingly banal can be elevated into something worth consideration and made permanent when drawn or painted. Nothing is banal if you look at it in the right way. Spending the time to look very hard and to translate it into marks on paper, or … Continue reading Nikki Gardham