Free Acappella Performance
Venue - SoundWorks, Southville Methodist Church, Stackpool Road
Time - 6.30 - 8.30pm
Date - Saturday 8th May
As part of the Southbank Bristol Arts Trail 2010 Gathering Voices will be hosting a free performance of acappella harmony singing from around the world.
Performing during this evening will be the fabulous NewRoots Junior Choirs, Free Range Acappella and WorldRoots Voice!
A feast for the ears - come early to ensure a good seat.
'Colour to lift the soul' Contemporary and colourful canvases using Alce's unique three dimensional acrylic with great light reflecting qualities. From Bristol houses to florals , Alce has been a professional artist for over 20 years and an exhibitor at this event for 4years. Although now based in Somerset her work regularily takes her back to Bristol and she relishes the chance to meet so many art lovers at this event. She will have a range of canvases from 40x40" down to 6x6" (some with great 'sale' prices!), limited edition prints of Bristol and Bath and greetings cards.
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Capturing fleeting moments and transforming them into keepsakes to be treasured, enchants me; be they fleeting memories, light, or sentiments.
Alex Phillips presents a unique collection of abstract body sculptures.
A variety of other carvings will on display, in a relaxing garden setting.
Also hand carved bowls and unusual wooden garden shelters, chicken house and childrens playhouse with green roof.
All wood is locally felled from managed sources and only natural oils and finishes used
I paint colourful, energetic pictures of trees. I also make slightly wonky stuffed toys.
TOP FLOOR FLAT // 96 Stackpool Road
♥ 8th MAY ♥
♥ Noon - 6pm ♥
THE WILLOW TREE http://www.myspace.com/thewillowtreemusic
FEEL THE FOLK! invited this fledgling group of incredible up-and-coming folk musicians to their launch night last year. They not only went down a treat, but they packed out the venue and left everyone with warm bubbles inside.
CALICO PIE http://crispyjuice.com
Something for every age, but especially children...
"Paul Bradley has made a wonderful acoustic rendering of children's songs and poems" (The Independent on Sunday)
"So much love and care has gone into this it seeps through every note." (Venue Magazine)
ONE STAR AWAKE http://www.myspace.com/onestarawakemusic
Performing a glorious mix of her own songs and traditional folk from England, Ireland and Scotland, sometimes acapella, sometimes with simple accompaniment. Nurtured on an adolescence spent spellbound in folk clubs, this is an act besotted with traditional folk, through which she incorporates other genres. Be prepared for the slow, haunting & atmospheric.
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Hello, and welcome to the cozy cul-de-sac West End! Everything was very successful last year with our sunny garden party, so fingers crossed for some more brightness. There'll be a return for the cakes in jars. I'll see what exciting flavours I can whip up this year, and I think there's gonna be a muffin stall too. There'll be a horde of cards and prints, and somewhere to sit for a lazy cuppa. Just off Coronation Road by the foot bridge, hidden from civilzation!
My current work represents a selection of digitally enhanced images developed from my huge library of photographs, taken both here in the UK and while travelling overseas. I use Adobe Photoshop software to create interesting and bold images, concentrating on colour and structure. Each original image has received only a minimal transformation to enhance these qualities.
I studied Fine Art at the University of the West of England (UWE) and work in a variety of media. This series of paintings inspired on a single day in Leigh Woods marries an impressionistic take on the light glimpsed through photorealistic silhouettes of the forest.
Drawn into Leigh Woods on a summer day, not just by the cooler air, but also by the intensity of the light as it filters through the canopy and between the trunks. Sounds too are deadened by the forest that closes in all around.
Painting from imagination, Caroline’s work is largely concerned with human relations and states of being. Her recent paintings use the world of the puppet as a microcosm of our own, the colourful characters expressing the best and worst of our natures. Caroline says of her work: