Pictures from around the world, and pottery from around the corner.
I'm a Creative Technologist who likes to dabble in amateur photography, origami and digital imagery whenever I get the chance. I've selected some photo prints, various bits of origami and photo loops on computer screens for this years trail.
I have lived in Southville for 20 years, and have worked here as a graphic designer for the past 17. This is my fifth year of exhibiting at the Trail.
Born and raised in Bristol, where my love of photography began, I enjoy capturing images ranging from various fields including urban life, still life, landscape, architectural and portraiture.
I’ve had a passion for photography since childhood and find that it is a great medium for me to express my view on the world and the people within it.
I will be showing alternative portraits and offering visitors the opportunity to have their portraits taken in a similar style.
In addition, I will be exhibiting work from abandoned buildings throughout Europe.
For any enquiries, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a self taught artist who combines art with a full time job and I produce art in a range of different media. My paintings are mostly of animals and my favourites medium is a combination of watercolour and coloured pencil. I have recently been experimenting with textiles and produced a number of art quilts. I am also a keen photographer and on display in addition to my paintings and art quilts there will be some of my photographs.
Hannah Hickman is a Southville based photographer. Whilst her professional background is in public policy and her current day job involves running round after two small boys, secretly she simply just wants to take photographs. She particularly enjoys macro photography: taking pictures of food and abstract images of everyday objects.
See more of her work at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/hannahlhickman/
'What you see is what you see', a solo exhibition of 'quiet photography'.
Photographs taken over the past twelve months, plus a couple of paintings (his first for 42 years!).
Retired architect/worker in education.
Part of the number40 group of artists: www.number40.net
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!