Welcome to the SE9 Container Gallery an award-winning Art gallery made from converted shipping containers. Situated in the school grounds of St Thomas More Catholic Comprehensive School in Eltham, we are open on Saturdays during term time from 11am-3pm. There is free entry and lots of free parking.





Luisa Crosbie’s First Solo Exhibition: 27th April – 18th May 2019

Our forthcoming exhibition at the SE9 Container Gallery will see our current Artist in Residence exhibit her recent works in her very first solo exhibition.

Luisa Crosbie studied Illustration and Animation at Kingston University, pursuing both of these alongside Prop Making after she graduated in 2014. This multi-disciplined career path has resulted in a body of work which varies vastly in media, whilst remaining consistent in style.

Her work is influenced exclusively by humans and animals. She often produces reportage drawings of people, documenting live and on-site, in order to capture moments and atmospheres which could not otherwise be captured from photographic references. She also produces longer, more detailed and accurate studies of both living and dead animals, often drawing them multiple times in an attempt to improve their accuracy and gain a better understanding of them.

Her first solo exhibition will be compiled of recent works from all her disciplines: from drawing and painting to animating and sculpting.


Open Saturdays 11am-3pm from 27th April – 18th May 2019

Private View 5-7.30pm on Thursday 2nd May 2019



Rays (2019) Paper-cutting into mount board 


Snap! (2017) Nib pen and ink on cartridge paper

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