SVAF and The Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery 

A contemporary Exhibition Space showcasing new and experimental work from established and emerging artists. SVAF also actively promotes and engages with artists’ collaboration projects and formulate interactive community, school and University projects in the Gallery.

Rosalind Barker MA and Susan Evans MFA with the members of the  Sevenoaks Visual Arts Forum, run The KCC Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery as an artist led space.The forum is based at the Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery.

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The SVAF OPEN 2021 

1st December – 8 January 2022

Adam Green / Alison Berry / Amanda Hopkins / Andrea Coltman / Angie Stocker / Angela Dewar / Ann Bridges / Bea Das / Beverley Johnson, / Bill Hall / Caroline Bugby / Caroline Gould / Cherie Lubbock / Christa Corner / Christina France / Colin Anderson / David Minton / Deborah Ravetz / Derek Medhurst / Di Drummond / Diana Poliak / Dione McKenna / Donald Smith / Elaine Almond / Emily Glass / Franny Swann / Frederique Jones / Ginny Legg / Jackie Gwyther / Jennifer Blackwell / Jill Goldsworthy / Jocelyn Bailey /  Julian Rowe / Juliet Simpson / Kate Hasted / Klaudia Kobelentz / Linda Abrahams / Lindsay Connors / Louisa Crispin / Lydia Carda / Margaret Devitt / Maria Turner / Marilyn Garwood / Marilyn Kyle / Martin Garwood Martin Jacobs / Niki Campbell / Peps Barkhan /Polly Hosp / Richard Heys / Rob Leighton / Roger Lee / Rosalind Barker / Rose Brigland Colbridge / Rowena McWilliams / Ryan Poliak / Sally Eldars / Sarah Cliff / Sarah Spence / Sarah Walker / Sonia Griffin / Sue Evans / Sue Taylor-Lowen / Sue Vass / Venetia Nevill  Victoria Granville / Victoria Lucas Roberts / Wendy Jones


Reflecting the variety of members’ practice ‘The SVAF OPEN 2021’ sees a showcase of drawing, textile, painting, print, installation, and sculpture. We are delighted that sixty-eight of our artists elected to exhibit this year. This OPEN is a true open and is nonselective; all members were invited to show their work. SVAF has flourished in the wobbly Art world of the last eighteen months. While we were unable to congregate in our Gallery home, we grew our presence on social media and hosted two virtual exhibitions attracting an increase in membership.

SVAF would like to thank Rosalind Davis curator, artist, designer, writer, consultant, teacher and mentor for selecting the three artists to win an award.

She works within painting and installation and has exhibited nationally and internationally in a wide range of galleries and has had a number of solo shows in London

Davis is co-author of ‘What they didn’t teach you at art school’ commissioned by Octopus Books which is internationally available.

Rosalind will be at the Private View on December 1st 6 – 8 to announce her selection.


During the exhibition there is also a Public vote for a prize to be awarded on 5th January 2022. Who will you select?

SVAF OPEN 2021 Catalogue

On the mezzanine floor outside the Gallery you can still see the #flightpathcommunityproject vessels shown in the main Gallery last week. Louisa Crispin, also has work in the SVAF OPEN 2021.


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