Playing Sunday 13th at 12 -1 o'clock
We are happy to present the wonderful Wraiths will enchant you with their music.
"Ethereal and splintered by turns, Bristol's favourite poetry-laced musos led us into a strange Victorian world of velvet menace. Odes by Dickinson, Wilde and Hardy, all set to slow-burn acoustic soundtracks that grew assuredly from placid to menacing." Ashton Court Festival Bristol 23rd July 2006
I am a Photographic Artist with an Honours Degree in Fine Art.
My main area of work concerns an exploration of the old world of the cinema and the creation of memories through visual imagery and found cinematic objects
Amongst my featured work I will be showing a collection of enlarged film negatives from various derelict cinema sites and photos of empty cinema interiors.
Shaun McCrindle is an alternative ‘country-rock’ artist. He recently recorded his debut album, ‘Family Man’, featuring ten passionate and humorous songs, ranging from the ragged electric rock of the title track to the delicate acoustic arrangement of ‘Beautiful World’. Shaun has fronted a number of bands in Bristol and has also played guitar with Ninja Tunes artist, John Matthias, and Bristol band, the Blue Aeroplanes.
Shaun will be playing on Sunday 13th time to be confirmed.
Saturday 12th at around 3 ish.
JEV is an award winning song writer (IMA 2005, Times 2001)
He will probably make you want to dance, whether he is with a band or just a guitar he is a talented poet of nothingness and the material sublime.
Band Website vistic.co.uk
MySpace URL: http://www.myspace.com/johnevisticexperience
Developing Cornish Landscape painting 'en plein air'. Also exhibiting at 'The Great Atlantic Map Works' Falmouth, 'The Roundhouse' in Sennen, and in July 'The North Cornwall Gallery and Museum', Camelford. Coming up for the Trail.
Ma in Sculpture from Winchester. Six years lecturing fine art.
Phillip will be appearing for close up magic during the weekend. Prepare to be amazed and delighted!
Performing on Sunday Poems on love, babies, slugs, with a surreal twist.
Sculpture in stone, wood and metal. Looking for the unseen within materials, while exploring stillness, symbolism and, possibly, creating space for reflection.
Influences: Brancusi; Frederick Franck; my yoga and movement practice; Cornwall; standing stones; spirit; materials and textures; dawn; water; Japan; the Unknown
"I work from the unknown, from the material, from the inside........"
With guitar or piano Sarah will be playing her beautiful tunes on Saturday 12th around 2pm.
Sarah Curtis has been described as having an amazing voice with a quality rarely heard. The influence of artists like Tori Amos, All About Eve, Ani Difranco and Bjork can be detected in the way her songs are crafted with an interweaving of melodies and her unique vocal style.