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Exhibited in the Basement Sculpture garden are a range of our outdoor seating ideal for gardens, parks, school grounds woodlands and open spaces.
We also create outstanding children's play equipment for all age groups, work with young people, make waymarkers, signs, shelters, gates and archways.
Creative kids Ultra Violet Underwater den workshop.
12th/13th May 2007
6 Beauley Road
Creative Kids presents a sensory underwater den, which glows, makes sounds
and has props to let your imagination come alive. Come and make puppets,
costumes and UV painting, experience your senses and play.
gorgeous sea reminiscent vessels in porcelain and stoneware.
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In need of some delicious refreshments whilst on the trail, don't
miss the home made soups and sumptious cakes on offer over the
weekend. Francine Russell, a Food Consultant and cookery teacher,
will be showcasing her fabulous brownies, cakes and treats. Gluten
free goodies will be available too. Francine can be found at the Slow
Food market in Corn Street Bristol, the 1st Sunday of the Month. Her
produce is Slow Food recommended.
For catering/teaching enquiries please contact:
I am a photo-collagist. My work is entitled: The Lubin – The Lubin provides me with a platform to launch my characters & the way I see & comment on the world.
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!
Vivi Cuevas works in series or “families” of oil-painted clay sculptures that grow from an unplanned beginning and celebrate the joyful abandon of creativity. The experience of motherhood, yoga, spirituality, environmental awareness, mixed with her love of colour, the human form, a sense of fun and playfulness, create figures that bring pertinent and contemporary messages in an attractive and enjoyable way. The sculptures, which are infused with hip sweetness and cheeky playfulness, focus on the positive side of human nature and tickle our inner child.