My artwork draws on ideas from science, psychology and philosophy to explore what it means to be human and the nature of reality. Mortality, consciousness, time and individuality are recurring themes that I investigate through a range of abstract images and forms. The artworks are deliberately ambiguous allowing for a range of possible interpretations.
Bold, colourful images inspired by nature.
Collages, prints and papercuts by Cindy Wilde.
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!
Throughout the weekend the Tobacco Factory will be hosting artwork by various artists, photographers and image-makers.
Mark Lock http://lockysworldofart.carbonmade.com
Hannah Scott www.thesaltcollective.co.uk
Leanne Winter www.leannewinter.co.uk
Edi Rogers www.edirogers.co.uk
Maria Bowers http://www.mariabowers.com
Neil Parker www.neilparker.org
Cordelia Hutchison www.cordeliahutchison.com
Dave Bain creates illustrations in Bristol. He works in a number of ways, from a fun painting style to mixed media techniques. He has completed work for several major clients, including Nokia, NSPCC and CBeebies.
Part of the Boys Who Draw collective and regular exhibitor with Inkygoodness, Dave is always on the look out to collaborate and explore new ideas from an illustrative perspective. He is also partial to devouring a packet of Toffeepops.
Nadia is a freelance artist – painter, illustrator and graphic designer.
Her passion is painting and drawing. She works mainly in oil on canvas and mixed media. Colour is very important to her.
Nadia’s inspiration comes from many different sources - cultures, legends and myths, surroundings - mostly those found in her urban environment.
After her Master Degree in Fine Art and Design, she has worked on various creative projects in both freelance and corporate spheres for the advertising industry.
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Lucie Sheridan is a freelance illustrator/screenprinter and part of the cooperative SNAP in the center of town. This years exhibits include:
Limited editioned prints
Cards (including cheap seconds!)
Exhibiting amongst eight other artists it should certainly be on your map!
* Braunton Road, The Old Pickle Factory - The Bedworkshop
I am an aspirational and fledgling artist who makes a giant mess in my living room on a regular basis rather than having a studio in which to house my work...I am also a member of a new bristol-based artists' collective (the salt collective, bristol) which is still very much in its emergent stages...
Current work themes:
Are you a keeper or a thrower?
www.kerryday.co.uk My work focuses on the body. I find the human figure unpredictable, constantly changing and challenging. There is a connection between the artist and the model, you can capture their/your personality and emotions without it being a portrait/self portrait. I find the process intuitive; I work quickly and only allow myself to reflect on what I have done afterwards - and then change it. I capture an impression of what I see, focusing on elements to make them more dynamic - emphasising complementry colours and how they react to each other. Read more →