Derek Adams Handcrafted leatherwork
I use traditional methods, notably hand-stitching to produce quality leathergoods, bags, belts and notebooks. I work with selected, quality leather, so designs are pleasing, individual and give good service over many years.
I aim to keep prices realistic for the quality of work produced.
Har har! Me hearties! Be swept up into the top-deck cabin and behold a wonderful treasure trove of illustration delights, goodies, gifts and trinkets. Hosted by Bristol's 50 strong illustration collective, they'll be plenty of framed original work, prints, toys, badges, cards and all manner of goodies - all fairly priced too! Shiver me timbers and blow me down!!
If you have yer wits about yer then be sure to snaffle some of the tasty grub that be offered by our pirate wenches and Tom the cabin boy. Pieces of eight!! And take heed mind, if ye don't want to be slipped the black spot, then best visit our home port www.drawninbristol.co.uk
For over three years Made in Bristol has been running arts and crafts events, exhibitions and pop-up shops in venues across Bristol to celebrate, showcase and promote the wealth of local creative talent. Working with a huge range of quality makers, including illustrators, painters, jewellers, craft-makers, sculptors, and photographers, every Made in Bristol event is a diverse, dynamic and unmissable celebration of Bristol’s creative heartbeat.
11 Birch Road will be hosting and evening and afternoon of acoustic music in our pretty back garden (or our pretty upstairs room if it rains!) Please come and join us! There will be tea, cake, bunting and a lovely atmosphere.
Saturday evening 19th May
Doors open 7.30pm, starts at 8pm
'Colour to lift the soul'.Contemporary and colourful acrylic creations on canvas. A professional artist for over 20 years Alce travels the country selling her work at Art Fairs and other venues. See brand new work,sale paintings,limited edition prints and cards.
Wood carvings and sculpture in a unique garden setting.
Abstract and figurative sculpture from local native and sustainable timber.
Smaller wood products from carved bowls to candle holders.
Entrance from the back of Upper Sydney St follow the signs.
Through organising street parties and other events, Amy and Alice discovered a shared passion for urban design and street reclaiming. With neighbours we set up a residents' association and began to make temporary and permanent changes to our street to slow traffic and make it more 'liveable'.
Award winning Textile Artist, Angie Parker, will be showing her handwoven rugs, wall hangings and up-cycled chairs.
Her bold use of colour gives a contemporary feel to the traditional Scandinavian techniques she uses, and rich textures are created by using a variety of yarns in each piece.
Weaving demonstrations are another reason to visit this venue, as Angie will be busy 'sampling' on her table loom for the duration of the Arts Trail.
We are a diverse collective of artists showing our work. There is street photography, portraiture, fine art photography, contemporary hand painted ceramics, urban art, sculptured milliner, papier maiche, cool fashion, lemonade and cakes, But no legwarmers, as it says on the map, sorry!
Textile art using buttons and felting, frame floral button pictures, felted vases and plant pots.
Bright and happy textile art.