Small 3D models made from cut-out photos to create slightly surreal illustrations. Also greeting cards featuring a tiny family of orangutans!
A variety of handmade fun crafts including sock monkeys, hand-bound notebooks, and bunting.
Ever since I was young I have had a very visual eye for life. I have always been drawn to colours, textures and interesting subjects such as nature and architecture, which make quite ‘graphical’ images.
After years of experimenting with a wide range of media and techniques I have now found my greatest passions in photography and enamelling.
“I love the experimental quality to enamelling, you never quite know how each work is going to turn out and every piece is a unique original.”
I will be showing the whole collection of my work in print, together with some originals. This years new work will include a piece based on windmill Hill and a view of the triangle including wills building.
For more info look at my website: www.rebecca-howard.co.uk
I make atmospheric mono-prints (one off prints on paper). This year I will be showing new seascapes as well as work inspired by the East Coast around Aldeburgh and some particularly stormy dry point etchings of the North Somerset Coast.
More information and images at www.ruthander.co.uk
Sandra Moore Artist/Illustrator
Exhibiting bright zingy watercolours, pen and ink drawings of Bristol.
Life drawings and other images also available.
Over 100 different card designs.
I will be exhibiting my recent acrylic paintings, inspired by the coast, the sea, birds, landscapes and my garden.
It is the seemingly insignificant, disregarded things that constitute the raw material and subject matter of my work - withdrawn library books, old photographs of unknown people, squashed paperclips, fleeting gestures, ephemeral inscriptions on greetings cards. These found objects and captured moments fascinate because they have no obvious lasting value but are charged with hidden histories, memories and significance. Read more →
I am a pottery living and working in South Bristol. I make mugs, bowls and plates with a mousey theme.
If you want to see how to make a pot have a look at the photos and video on my facebook page:
My name is Louise and I am a fabric addicted mum of two who has been sewing since I was a small child. I make quirky gifts for children using fabulous contemporary fabrics, buttons and ribbons. I also co-ordinate a charity in the UK which encourages people who can sew to make handmade dresses which are distributed to girls in developing countries like Malawi and Uganda. When I am not sewing, I blog about sewing! http://sewscrumptious.blogspot.co.uk