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Exhibiting at: 68 William Street, BS3 4TX
Adam uses dots & dashes to create abstract acrylic works inspired by the colours and patterns found in Nature. . If you like the style, but would like a different colour or size please feel free to ask about no-obligation commissions. We will also be exhibiting work from a number of our favourite affordable artists
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Exhibiting at: 9 Oxford Street, BS3 4RQ
I am a Romanian-Canadian text-based zine maker and poet. My zines focus on my experiences around feminism, body hair, unemployment, mental health and self care.
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Exhibiting at: 72 Richmond Street, BS3 4TJ
I am a curtain, roman blind and cushion maker, working in Totterdown for 26 years. I make cushions, bags and photo cards to sell. Also washable re-usable muslin veggie bags for taking to the supermarket, instead of nasty one use plastic. Yummy Scottish tablet too. I will be sewing in my workroom and available for a cheery chat all weekend. Hope to see you soon!
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Exhibiting at: 105 Oxford Street, BS3 4RL
Exhibiting with Jean Hathaway and Andrew Hardwick. This year I'll be showing new cyanotypes and etchings from my residency at Lizard Point as well as my atmospheric mono-prints.
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Exhibiting at: Holy Nativity Church, BS4 2AG
Illustrator/designer/screen printer of greetings cards, children's t-shirts, and decorative items for the home. My illustrations are all originally hand-drawn then hand screen printed or digitally reproduced onto fabric, paper or wood. Inspiration comes from my love of mid-century modern illustration, poster and packaging design.
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Exhibiting at: 22 St Lukes Crescent, BS3 4SD
Printworks and cards using a variety of techniques including dry point and collagraph. Inspired by my Totterdown backyard and allotment.
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Exhibiting at: Holy Nativity Church, BS4 2AG
I belong to various local art groups and paint mainly in Pastels and Acrylics.
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Exhibiting at: 6 Henry Street, BS3 4UD
The Great Baldini is a magical legend, a relict of the music halls, a performer of the old school. A member of the Magic Circle, the Wessex Magic Association and the Bristol Society of Magic, he is a truly theatrical performer.
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Exhibiting at: Amba House, 1 William Street St, BS3 4TU
Creating hand-thrown ceramic tableware inspired by the coast. Each piece is made on the potters wheel from a blend of stoneware clays and then glazed in a range of glazes layered to give that coastal feel. Working from my studio on Ridgeway Road where I also run pottery lessons.
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist church, BS4 2AX
My name is Claire Banham. I’m a primary school teacher in Bristol who has rekindled her love of art during the last few years. I am really enjoying using natural materials such as stone, glass and wood to produce arts and crafts.
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Exhibiting at: 10 Clyde Terrace, BS4 3DQ
Stuarts art work has been heavily influenced by a life working and having adventures in the countryside. He works mainly with acrylics and produces abstract landscapes which convey not only the physical beauty of the natural world but also the powerful emotions that you feel being there.
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Exhibiting at: Holy Nativity Church , BS4 2AG
My main interest is in printmaking,including intaglio etching, lino and vinyl relief printing and wood engraving, to depict landscapes trees, plants and animals , completing relief printing and etching courses at Spike Island Print Studio , becoming a member in order to have time to explore more methods and effects. More recently I have been exploring more experimental methods using less toxic chemicals.
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Exhibiting at: Tribe Aisthetica Art Market, BS4 2BJ
Hand engraved glass. Inspired by the ephemeral beauty of nature.
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Exhibiting at: Hillcrest Primary School, BS4 3DE
Issy loves combining different colours and textiles in her "Sydenham Stitches" creations with fabric and haberdashery. These include aprons, bags, bunting, cushions, Christmas stockings and even brooches. This year Issy has added useful fabric baskets and some upcycling to her collection.
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Exhibiting at: 37, Hill Street, BS3 4TW
My work in relief based; I make the most of lino and woodcuts to create striking, textural black and white images with a pop of colour. I also make smaller more personal images using colour to create tone. I have exhibited at the Greenbank, as a member of Cato Press and as part of a three woman collective- 3@, during the Southbank art Trail (2018) and during Frontroom Art, this is our third at Hill St.
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Exhibiting at: 58, Cambridge Street, BS3 4TG
We are part of a fabric, a single structure, life’s weave if you will, where a mutual trust and a strong thread is needed, a shared strength where we support and in turn are supported, restoring and healing, holding the pieces, maintaining the whole. My original thoughts were about warp and weft, practicality and decoration, securing and unravelling, and of things that weave a tale. I now know the story is my own.
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church, BS4 2AX
Gina creates colourful, rich, textured and expressionistic mixed media paintings using palette knife. She paints seascapes and landsacpes and also uses the palette knife process to create collages from her paintings to form hearts, stars and balloons. Gina will also have greetings cards of her work available to buy.
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Exhibiting at: 64 Park Street,, BS4 3BJ
Urban landscapes and beach surfscapes, Bristol, Cornwall, and beyond, all shot on vintage cameras and expired Polaroid film.
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Exhibiting at: 27 stevens cresant, bs3 4uh
Wallpapers, fabrics - Indigobelldesigns.com . Ceramics by Georgia Shearman opens her studio,Including ceramics by Hannah Rowe, Jen Brabbins & Lauren Moke. Artworks By Beryl Cook will be shown by her family, www.ourberylcook.com. New Moon Herbals & Good Egg jewellery . Lady Nade bristol soul singer will be preforming on Sunday.
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Exhibiting at: The Shakespeare, BS3 4UD
I’m a Steampunk and Astrologer whose passion is creating Astrological charts as works of art. I make YOU the focus of my bespoke pieces of work! I use my own drawings and sketches, my photos and parts of public domain images to create each individual chart. I also make Astrological jewellery (including a design your own range) and greetings cards.
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Exhibiting at: 10 Oxford Street, BS3 4RQ
I am a primarily a Printmaker,but for some years exploring textiles .
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Exhibiting at: Look for fairy lights on Angers Road, BS43AF
Having made jewellery for over a decade out of broken pieces, beads, and charms, this year I decided to have a wander through the land of acrylics and see where my brain took me.. This ended up being a foray into acrylic pouring (abstract, unpredictable fluid patterns, and creating matching jewellery) with simple embellishments.
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Exhibiting at: 10 Clyde terrace, Bs4 3dq
Fresh art and photography by a new and very small artist
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church, BS4 2AX
Inspired by my spiritual connection with nature, I see beyond the physical and capture the energy of trees and woodland.. My work represents emotions and events from the path I follow and sometimes things yet to happen.
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Exhibiting at: 37 Hill Street, BS3 4TW
Inspired by Bristol's street art and music scenes mixed-media artist Lou has a new range of limited edition giclee prints on offer, as well as some old favourites (prints and Bristolian greetings cards). Lou painted a Gromit sculpture (Paw Patrol's Marshall) for last year's Gromit Unleashed 2 trail. She also designed and painted a Shaun the Sheep for the 2015 trail.
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church, BS4 2AX
Handmade jewellery and accessory from re-used materials such as drink cans, inner-tubes, papers, lids, fabrics, silver cutleries...
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Exhibiting at: Hillcrest School, BS4 3DE
Brislington WI will be showcasing the things we get up to, selling things we make, & selling cakes!
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church, BS4 2AX
Inspired by organic surroundings. These canvas' are a balance between big-bold-statement-piece and a sort of delicate fragility. They are usually pretty big, mostly 3D and always have loads of character.
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Exhibiting at: 22 Hawthorne Street, BS4 3DD
Terry likes to play with composition, line, pattern and texture using an instinctive approach and takes pleasure in decorative motifs. Her favourite materials are acrylic paint and pastel on textured paper.
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Exhibiting at: 1 Henry Street,, BS3 4UD
Andrew is a popular Bristol artist known for his iconic murals across Bristol including Upfest.
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Exhibiting at: 79 Richmond Street, BS3 4TL
Cai Burton is an artist and illustrator who believes that art brings people together. By creating intricate and detailed line artwork, he captures the excitement and adventure in everyday life through illustrations of Bristol, animals and exploration. Join him at the Totterdown Arts Trail where he will be exhibiting a selection of his work and some reduced prints.
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Exhibiting at: Hillcrest Primary School, BS4 3DE
Eco gifts celebrating the beauty of nature! Bold, striking designs by Bev Cavender, available as cards, art prints & gifts. Produced using eco/ethical manufacture in the UK (mostly Bristol!)
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church, BS4 2AX
Shuya divides her time exploring patterns, shapes, and structures found in the world around us through freehand machine embroidery and creating abstract paintings, primarily in acrylic but utilising a wide range of techniques and multi-media. Intricate embroidery elegantly suspended in shadowboxes, abstract giclee prints and greeting cards are available for sale at the Art Trail.
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Exhibiting at: 24 Henry Street, BS3 4UD
#SWAMM is back! For the second year running, delve into the work of this Bristol-based collective of mastermind makers. We've turned our blueprints into paintings and prints, engineered models and objects for your home, and developed workshops for you to produce your own creations.
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Exhibiting at: 162 Wells Road, BS4 2AG
Knowle Constitutional Club Members showcase their artistic skills including upcycled tables, Maggie May soaps and mixed media taking inspiration from Latvia. We are also hosting several others for the arts trail!
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Exhibiting at: Higham Green Tribe Aisthetica Art Market, BS4 2BJ
Welcome to Tribe Aisthetica Art Market! Featuring a host of incredible local artists and their work. Also, The Malago Cafe, stuffed full of edible goodies, mulled wine and foodie gifts.
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Exhibiting at: totterdown Baptist church, BS4 2AX
Quirky children's clothes, quilts, play mats. Unusual prints. Personalised CAPES! Fabric play cakes. I am also a painter and some of my prints will be available (see www.glowything.co.uk)
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Exhibiting at: Eat Your Greens, BS4 2AG
BIRDCANFOX Ceramics is run by Liz Davies, a Totterdown based ceramicist and designer. who hand sculpts porcelain into whimsical, colourful animal themed figurines and homewares full of charater in the hopes of bringing a smile to your face!. BIRDCANFOX designs have been sold at John Lewis and worldwide at Anthropologie.
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Exhibiting at: Higham Green Tribe Art Market, BS4 2BJ
Hi, my name’s Jem and I love to draw. I create illustrations and paintings using ink, watercolour and pen on paper. My work is inspired by the natural world and features animals, galaxies, landscapes, oceans and constellations. My designs are available as prints, mugs and more; I also take on commissions. When I’m not painting, you’ll find me climbing, hiking or drinking tea.
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Exhibiting at: Hillcrest Primary School, BS4 3DD
Although I have painted in different styles in the past, I've now managed to combine my interest in Art, Music and Film to produce my artwork. Each painting is a 'one off' original and would compliment any stylish interior, whether it's a cafe, restaurant or bar, or your own living room wall.
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Exhibiting at: BLOOP, 123 Oxford St, BS3 4RH
Bec creates Colourful, statement Jewellery, embellished clothing and accessories. Handmade in Bristol, pairing bold vinyl prints with lovingly sourced vintage, new and recycled fabrics.
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Exhibiting at: 9 Oxford Street, BS3 4RQ
I like to draw and paint people and chaos. Most of my images depict riots, protests and battles. My Queen Square riot featured on one of the latest editions of the Bristol Pound. Recently I have been focusing on large battle pictures, ranging from the Battle of Hastings through to the Cornish Rebellion of 1497 and the Border battles of Elizabethan England on the Scottish borders.
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Exhibiting at: Knowle Constitutional Club, BS4 2AG
Exhibiting at: Hillcrest School, BS4 3DE
I am a local stained glass artist who creates a wide range of hand made products.
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church, BS4 2AX
For me its all about animals, I just love drawing and painting them. All types and in many different medias. I mainly go for furry ones, but have also been known to dive into the deep sometimes too. I am currently producing a selection of cards, prints and framed originals and am also available for photo realistic pet portrait commissions. Art is the perfect present, for yourself or someone else.
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Exhibiting at: Amba House, 1 Williams St, BS3 4TU
Corinne creates sterling silver, copper and brass jewellery inspired by her love of nature and wildlife. Each item is lovingly handcrafted in her South Bristol workshop using traditional silversmithing techniques. Recycled eco silver is used where available and is sourced from trusted UK suppliers.
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Exhibiting at: Holy Nativity Church, BS4 2AG
My name is Rachel, I’m an illustrator and designer from Bristol, I founded the company Hare Raising Designs which proudly produces high quality, ethically sourced clothing, paper goods and accessories.
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Exhibiting at: Amba House, 1 William Street , BS3 4TU
Yay Rae Flay is a quirky laser-cut jewellery brand, run by a one-woman-show: Rae Flay. Rae’s designs are illustrated by hand, before being adapted into computer vector files, which are then laser cut at her home workshop in Bristol. Inspired by contemporary pop culture, boobs, butts and feminism, Yay Rae Flay pieces are intended to bring joy and empowerment to the wearer!
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Exhibiting at: 22 Hawthorne Street, BS4 3DD
Beautiful hand-thrown stoneware tableware in richly coloured glazes. My pots are fired to 1255 degrees centigrade so they are dishwasher, oven and microwave safe and tough enough for everyday use. Favourite mugs a speciality!
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Exhibiting at: 12 Hill Street, BS3 4TP
Live Coffee Roasting! Boona Boona is Bristol's newest small batch coffee roasters and we've set up a pop up roastery at our home on Hill Street. Come and see coffee being roasted on our Huky sample roaster and find out how coffee gets from the farm to your cup. You can also get some roasted beans and try the freshest cup of coffee you'll ever have!
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Exhibiting at: Tribe Aisthetica Art Market, BS4 2BJ
Raku & Pit Fired Ceramics. Painting. Raku is a process of taking glazed fired work from the kiln while red hot then placed into a closed container filled with combustible materials. Pit fired pots are placed in a hole in the ground with combustible materials, such as salt, seaweed, copper wire etc. a log fire is then built over. Mixed media abstract paintings.
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church, BS4 2AX
My work is inspired by the quality of light and energy in the natural environment. My style is broadly abstract and is predominantly in acrylic, depicting landscapes and seascapes with lots of sky. Work also explores the use of print and mark making in combination with acrylic. As well as original paintings, prints and cards of my work will be available.
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Exhibiting at: Bloop, 123 Oxford Street, BS3 4RH
Emily makes ceramic head planters and vessels with an emphasis on illustration. Her pieces are hand thrown, sculpted and decorated with a mixture of continuous line portrait and colourful glazes.. *Learn to make a pot may also be available
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Exhibiting at: 72 Saint Lukes Road, BS3 4Ry
Alex is a Bristol-based artist who works with mainly acrylic paint and pigment powders, occasionally adding plaster, sand, tissue and some other unconventional things to create her paintings or decorate glassware. Her glass vases are sealed with the coat of varnish making them water-resistant. Her tea lights are very popular and bestsellers.
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Exhibiting at: 13 Hawthorne Street, BS4 3DD
I make functional pieces, paying particular attention not just to line, shape and colour but also the details of how they might be handled and used. All my work is thrown, turned and glazed by hand and I tend to make one off items or small batches, so everything is quite unique. I’m inspired especially by studio pottery of the 60s and 70s, and Scandinavian makers of that time.
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church, BS4 2AX
Kiln Fired Dichroic and Fused Glass Jewellery. I make a wide range of matching pendants, stud and drop earrings, bracelets, and rings. I love Jewellery and I am a magpie. I am drawn to all things sparkly, iridescent and colour changing. Dichroic glass has multiple layers of colour that result in it changing colour. It can also be sparkly hence my passion Dichroic Glass Jewellery
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Exhibiting at: Bloop, BS3 4RH
Totterdown Apothecary & The Wool Quarter are the twin creative outlets of Kim, a maker and craftsperson. Totterdown Apothecary is a small range of handmade, natural skincare crafted from ethically sourced ingredients. The Wool Quarter encompasses knitted accessories and homewares, knitting kits and naturally dyed textiles.
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Exhibiting at: Fox and West, BS4 2AL
I believe that handmade objects have a soul, they tell a story, and these functional, yet aesthetically pleasing pieces, can enlighten everyday actions. We live in such an instant society that we sometimes lose sight of how much love, care and time goes into hand-crafted items. I established The Village Pottery in 2005 after studying Ceramics at UWIC.
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Exhibiting at: 105 Oxford Street, BS3 4RL
Exhibiting with Ruth Ander and Andrew Hardwick. you will have written on sea shells, seen silent poems, watercolours, installations in garden pond and stairwell, paintings for Will Brown, the green man and the Opium poppies, " Mrs.Hathaway's Fig Leaf Reliquary ", the red ziggurat, and of course, the leaves on the floorboards. What this year? An installation and impromptu poetry readings
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Exhibiting at: Hillcrest Primary, BS4 3DE
Local resident self taught artist. Art taken up to help with mental health. s
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Exhibiting at: Eat Your Greens, BS4 2AG
Lara is a freelance illustrator and children’s book author. Her picture books include: Alba the Hundred Year Old Fish, The Night Flower, Silent Night and Herberto. Her books have been collectively published in Korea, Brazil, Portugal, the US, the UK, France, Australia, Greece, Slovenia, Croatia, Italy an
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Exhibiting at: 13 Hawthorne Street, BS4 3DD
I create bright, bold, funky original jewellery in polymer clay. I handcraft my own beads and each piece of my jewellery is unique. I have been lucky to train with some of the best polymer clay artists from all over the world, and now run workshops in the Bristol area to help people get started on their own polymer clay adventure!
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Exhibiting at: 79 Richmond Street, BS3 4TL
Bespoke and "Off the self" Greeting cards for bottles! Photography and pen and ink drawings.
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Exhibiting at: Sausagenius , BS4 2AG
A member of Redcatch Art Club I love to shock them with my outrageous approach of slapping the paint on super quick and watching what emerges. At the moment I am loving painting dogs and cats but also creating images of people on stones - such fun! I will be painting stones and selling them too. Commissions for pet portraits very welcome
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Exhibiting at: Tribe Aisthetica Art Market,, BS4 2BJ
The Malago Cafe Vegan food, cakes, sausage rolls, scotch eggs, mulled wine, bar and food gifts. Join us around the fire and take a look at the art market whilst you eat....
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Exhibiting at: Amba House, 1 William Street, BS3 4TU
Colourful homewares, gifts and cards printed with illustrations. My collages are handmade using photo’s taken myself. There are flamingo’s in lycra, badgers in knitwear and lemurs partying! I believe that everyone should have a unique, fun home that brings them joy on a daily basis. Surround yourself with beautiful, things that make you smile, and say no to boring!
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Exhibiting at: 55 Haverstock Road, BS4 2DA
Haverstock Hideaway Cafe. Family friendly sit down cafe. Inside and outside cosy seating areas. Delicious hot fresh waffles, other sweet and savoury goodies with a variety of drinks. Art and entertainment for children with making and play areas. Story telling round a campfire by The Story Cellar (www.thestorycellar.co.uk). Music and visuals by Portable Pictures (www.portablepictures.co.uk).
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Exhibiting at: Knowle Constitutional Club, BS4 2AG
Relocated to Bristol from Lancashire, my fascination with landscape and the natural world has led me to work in a range of media, from my original specialism in printmaking to acrylic and mixed media. I have always worked from sketches and photography and my travels have provided contrasting landscapes in addition to more local inspiration. Recent work includes exploration of papermaking and printmaking techniques.
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Exhibiting at: 57 Stevens Crescent, BS34UJ
Darren produces vibrant, colourful pastel/pencil drawings of City and Countryscapes . He crafts hand-woven peg-loom rugs from the wool of the rare-breed sheep he and his family rear on their small farm in the Forest of Dean.
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Exhibiting at: Hillcrest Primary School, BS4 3DE
Unsui means drifting cloud and floating water, which originates from Zen poetry. Unsui hopes to make small things that act as a reminder we can be as free as clouds and water. Unsui creates bags using vintage Japanese kimono fabric and other practical things using a variety of fabric and paper including upcycled fabric. Unique personal gifts created with mindfulness.
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Exhibiting at: Amba House, 1 William Street, BS3 4TU
Hello! My name is Amy – I have curly hair and love biscuits. I am a multi-disciplinary artist who loves to play with drawing, colour and mark-making. I am inspired by the everyday and overlooked and create artwork in response to Bristol and places I visit. I love playing with colour, line and print techniques. I hand draw and print everything, using traditional techniques.
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Exhibiting at: 55 Windsor Terrace , BS3 4UG
Studying stained glass at Orchard Studios in Bristol I was taught how to make my own glassware using the Tiffany copper foiling method. Everything is designed and made by me including hand cutting the glass, copper foiling and then soldering, each piece I make is completely unique. With a love for all things geometric you will find a range of decorative homewares that will incorporate these shapes.
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Exhibiting at: Charlton House, 28 School Road, BS4 3BN
'Pretty Sweary tea-towels' - framed art. Gran's incredible vintage fabric tea-towel collection coupled with typographic or illustrative screen prints. "Edith loved a bit of chintz and a good old swear".
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Exhibiting at: 31 Balmain Street, BS4 3DB
1pm-5.30pm Totterdown Press, Tangent Books and The Pop Up Dance Emporium (3pm Sat Nov 16) welcome visitors to The Apple Chapel, home of The Totterdown Press and a shrine to all things apple - especially cider. Using apples pressed on the slopes of Totterdown, the Press has been producing cider for 7 years. Mulled cider, apple chutney and a selection of books (including The Naked Guide to Cider) from Tangent.
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Exhibiting at: Tribe Aisthetica Art Market, Higham Green, BS4 2BJ
My name is Emily also known as Fold Em'. I create 3D origami artworks from fortune tellers. Inspired by my love for geometric, structural forms I aim to portray the fortune teller in a new light. I enjoy using a variety of mediums and love to work with colour. Some of my pieces also feature recycled materials.
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Exhibiting at: 22 Hawthorne Street, BS4 3DD
I am a potter living and working in South Bristol. I make mugs bowls and plates from stoneware clay with a mousey theme.
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Exhibiting at: 13 Hawthorne Street, BS4 3dd
Screenprints of pebbles and new work exploring the colour of place will be on show alongside my panoramas of Bristol & 3D laser cut cards. You can create your own spinney, copse, or forest with my ever popular laser cut trees, or talk to me about becoming part of my sand project.
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Exhibiting at: Hillcrest Primary School, BS4 3DE
Inspired by world travels, colours and textures, I integrate these into my eco-friendly creations: dreamcatchers, faeries, angels, mermaids, unicorns, witches, leather pouches, hair clips, jewellery and crochet accessories and clothing. All my creations are made out of natural and re/upcycled materials, using traditional handcrafted techniques. Bespoke orders welcomed. Celebrating nature without causing harm.
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Exhibiting at: Fox & West , BS4 2AL
I am a painter based at BV studios, Bedminster. I will be showing paintings, limited edition prints and cards based on Icelandic and Finnish landscapes.
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Exhibiting at: Hillcrest Primary School, BS4 3DE
I am a local Maker who loves to work with reclaimed textiles, fusing together colors and textures. I love to make practical things that keep people warm and make life cozy.
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Exhibiting at: 60 New Walls, BS4 3TB
How would you decorate your dream 'front room'? Come draw, design and dress your very own 'front room' model box with award-winning community arts and theatre company Brave Bold Drama (craft activity suited to children aged 4+). BBD devise and tour theatre for family audiences, create community arts projects and also run community arts centre Creative Workspace in South Bristol (www.creativeworkspacebristol.co.uk).
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Exhibiting at: 37 Arnos Street, BS4 3BS
I photograph forgotten spaces and abandoned places.
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Exhibiting at: 16 Lilymead Avenue, BS4 2BX
I am a prolific creator with a particular passion for portraiture and figurative work. As a child I was fascinated by bold marks in paintings and how at a distance paintings can look so realistic, but then close up you see all of the marks, brush movements and layers in a painting, which show it's journey.- All work for sale
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Exhibiting at: 36 Cambridge street., BS3 4TG
A collection of prints and illustrations. Seasonal greeting cards from Totterdown and Bristol. Soft furnishings and hand selected ex-wardrobe clothing.
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Exhibiting at: Hillcrest Primary School, Bd4 3de.
Hi am a retired special needs teacher whose daughter lives in Totterdown,I have followed the art trail for several years and last year displayed my craft in my daughters front room .The whole experience was amazing and this year I would like to branch out further so I have booked a table at Hillcrest school.
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Exhibiting at: The Oxford, BS3 4RL
Making simple, clean pieces of wall art from your old 45rpm vinyl singles and 7” records comes naturally when you're a vinyl enthusiast and DJ! These 45s, framed in squares, make unique anniversary, wedding or birthday presents, for that special song or person in your life! All items are available to buy, so come and have a "dig" through the records at the Oxford Pub or speak to me about a commission!
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Exhibiting at: 13 Haverstock Road, BS4 2DA
Exploring and designing creative structural folds - will be selling lampshades and more folded goods.
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Exhibiting at: 19 William street, Bs34tu
I am a Bristol based artist.. I have been painting full time for 4 years and I paint bright and colourful contemporary animal portraits. My style is drippy and I used mainly acrylic paints and spray paint. I am an Upfest artist and I have painted many murals in and out of Bristol. Including the house I am exhibiting in.
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Exhibiting at: 43B, BS34UB
Magical space maker with a background in television set design and creative interventions
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Exhibiting at: 35 Windsor Terrace, BS3 4UG
A pop up vegan cafe offerring a huge range of scrumptious food and drink, to help keep all art trailers fully energised! Hot drinks, soup, chilli, mulled wine and cakes galore. Eat in front of a cosy fire or take away. All funds raised go to animal rescue
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Exhibiting at: Charlton House, BS4 3DJ
I work with screen print, painting and drawing, making colourful, limited edition prints and mixed media paintings. My practice always starts with drawing , I love colour and enjoying adding collages elements to my work.
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Exhibiting at: Fox and West , BS4 2AL
Upcycled jewellery made using found items and semi precious stones, hand painted and decorated wooden jewellery and upcycled bags.
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Exhibiting at: Higham Green , BS4 2BJ
Predominantly an Illustrator & Painter but dabbles in all things creative.
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Exhibiting at: 22 Hawthorne Street, BS4 3DD
Bright colourful watercolours of Bristol and beyond. Realistic and some new abstract city night life paintings Pen and Ink work and a little bit of bling! Over 100 greeting card designs. Tea towels and bags too ! Commissions welcome. www.sandra-moore.co.uk
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church, BS4 2AX
My jewellery range is inspired by a need to repurpose all the remnant leather from my purse making practice. All my products are handmade by myself at home in Bristol. Every colourful piece is created is cut and assembled by hand ensuring its uniqueness. I enjoy experimenting with colour and shapes, to create individual, unique and colouful jewellery.
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Exhibiting at: Bocabar, Paintworks central trading estate, BS4 3EH
A portrait painter working and living in bristol for the last 15 years. After studying at uwe now do private commissions, group and solo exhibitions mainly in bristol and london.
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Exhibiting at: 37 Hill Street, BS3 4TW
A photographer by trade, I use different techniques to create wall art and cards. I draw inspiration from graffiti, old film, geometry, nature and architecture. This year, I've mainly been busy with Megan, now 7 months old, so I've got lot a lot of work in progress! Come visit me, Lou Boyce and Lizzy Beech and see what's new!
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Canteen, BS4 2BU
Australian born Illustrator and mural artist under the name of \"Pencil Girl\" . Mixing reality with a world of nonsense enables everyone to laugh at life’s realities.
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Exhibiting at: 13 Hawthorne Street, BS4 3DD
Exquisite handwoven rugs and textiles for lovers of colour. Plus sample sale and ex-display rug bargains
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Exhibiting at: Amba House, 1 William Street, BS3 4TU
Affordable family friendly screen prints printed at home in Bristol. Expect cats, chairs, circus animals and sweeties.
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Exhibiting at: Hillcrest School , BS4 3DE
I run Book Island, a small, independent publishing house for picture books in translation. We also sell greetings cards and giclée prints of artwork from the books we publish.
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Exhibiting at: 10 Crowndale Rd, BS4 2DZ
I make most of my art using the blue print photographic process (cyanotypes) and add colour using special inks. For this show I've built on last years ideas and developed them further. I'm making the record style artworks: give me your track/s and commission me to spin you a blueprint (think Desert Island Discs). I'm also doing lots more including large pieces - Hopefully you're going to love it X PEARCE OUT
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church, BS4 2AX
I am a cartoonist, who is a member of the Cartoonist Club of Great Britain, creating illustrations for greeting cards, t-shirts, websites, murals, books, magazines, and newspapers. I will be selling a selection of my cards at Totterdown Baptist Church, so don't be afraid to come up to my table to say hello!
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Exhibiting at: 13 Haverstock Road, BS4 2DA
Fascinated with the beauty and detail of nature, my prints are mainly on this subject and in particular peacocks. I work primarily with lino and etching have also experimented with drypoint and collagraph. I am always interested in learning new print techniques and constantly looking for new inspiration.
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church, BS4 2AX
Inspired by our city and surrounding landscape, nature, the Middle East and music, I like to explore abstraction, colour, shape, texture, and different perspectives - sometimes with a cubist feel.
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Exhibiting at: 154 Wells Road, BS4 2AG
Floriography by Vera & the Totterdown Centre Heart Spaces (Bristol Womens Workshop and Totterdown Healing Spaces) will be curating 'The Wave of Life' experience... Telling and making stories of the heart with flowers, wood, natural things,of all kinds,,art, meets science, and beautiful people.
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Exhibiting at: Amba House, 1 William Street, BS3 4TU
Sky Siouki is an independent artist and designer brand based in South Bristol. Each design stems from lovingly hand-drawn illustrations inspired by wildlife and the natural world. Every product is made in the UK from start to finish never compromising on quality or design. Sky sells a range of products including giclée prints, stone coasters and placemats, tea towels and cards.
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Exhibiting at: 55 Windsor Terrace, BS3 4UG
I am an hand embroidery artist. My hoops are motivational/pop culture/ song/ film quotes, feminist statements, portraits, and much more! I also have tote bags and a card range.
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Exhibiting at: 52 park street, BS4 3BJ
I am a painter from Cornwall. My artwork reflects a lifetime spent in and around the sea. I paint seascapes over old vintage maps and shipping charts, often referencing the locations on the maps. Recently i've taken to silkscreen printing these maps straight onto canvas then painting over the top. I work in a mixture of oils and acrylics on a multitude of surfaces. Paintings, prints and cards will be for sale.
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church, BS4 2AX
I am a printmaker based in East Bristol using mainly lino print and collagraph techniques. A lot of my work is interpretation of the natural world drawing from my background in environmental biology and love for nature. I also teach printmaking to all levels from beginner to advanced from my Studio \'Bristol Print Room\' covering etching, drypoint, collagraph and lino.
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church, BS4 2AX
Vintage inspired travel prints, Cycling prints and 3D art that celebrate Bristol and the Balloon Fiesta. Postcards and Greetings Cards.
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Exhibiting at: Holy Nativity Church , BS4 2AG
Ann Roach is an art teacher and local artist who creates Animal portraits. Ann has been drawing and painting for over 35 years and has worked in education as an art teacher since the early 1980's. Her work displays the use of pencils and pastels which are brought together to display her creativity.
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Exhibiting at: Hillcrest Primary School, BS4 3DE
I am a painter making abstract landscapes and portraits that predominantly explore colour. I am heavily influenced by fashion and how different colours and textures sit together.
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church, BS4 2AX
I love drawing cute and whimsical little characters that make me smile (especially dogs). I work digitally, creating illustrations using Procreate. I also enjoy a bit of craft too - mostly cross stitch and hand embroidery. One day I would like to write and illustrate a children’s book about a dog in space.
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church, BS4 2AX
I am a printmaker making screenprints at Spike Print Studio. I love halftones (dots) and shiny metallic finishes. I also make abstract mono-prints (one-off pieces). I am currently experimenting with combining photographic emulsion and screen printing. In addition I have a range of digital prints, greetings cards and postcards and photographs.
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Exhibiting at: 5 Firfield Street, BS4 3AL
The Road Project and Wyldwood Arts present a series of short plays by Mike Akers, exploring the impact of the car on Totterdown's community over the last 100 years. The performances will take place inside 5 Firfield St, 26 Firfield St and 49 Stanley Hill,. Booking advised from Floriography, 154 Wells Road or on day from Box Office on Zone A, on Wells Road.
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Exhibiting at: Bloop, 123 Oxford Street,, BS3 4RH
With a technology, animation and music background, Karl works in a broad range of cutting edge artistic formats, collaborating with the likes of Channel 4, the XX and 2manyDjs. Born in Loughborough, he recently moved into Totterdown’s former bakery to explore and produce audio and immersive experiences. His current work is based around the themes of sleep and consciousness.
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Exhibiting at: 26 St Lukes Crescent, BS3 4SD
Painter, working on oil and acrylic paintings (portrait and landscape), as well as pencil drawings and biro drawings. This exhibition will include a collection of paintings and drawings exploring the concept of femininity and beauty. Plus some additional Bristol landscapes.
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Exhibiting at: Higham Green Tribe Art Market, , BS4 2BJ
Welsh/Swedish painter based in Bristol, working predominantly in gouache and ink. I am intrigued by the mesmerising ethereal beauty of the galaxies and oceans, and the raw wild power of the animal kingdom. My work also has an element of dreamlike fantasy to it that sometimes verges on the surreal, doubtless inspired by the fairy tales I was surrounded with growing up.
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Exhibiting at: Fox & West, BS4 2AL
Wahana Designs makes hand knotted macramé plant hangers made in Bristol. An array of colourful cotton hangers to beautify any interior with your favourite plant (can be included).
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Exhibiting at: Tribe Aisthetica Art Market, BS4 2BJ
I’m a makeup artist and illustrator (new to Bristol). I used to be scared of cats, until one holiday when I was followed by some curious felines and they changed my view. Now I draw cats in wigs. Often famous style wigs. They are hand drawn, painted and printed; sometimes on to everyday objects. I have also been commissioned to draw cats in the style of their owner’s favourite style icons.
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Exhibiting at: 67 Richmond Street, BS3 4TL
I work on silk, pen and ink and embroidery and am inspired by the colours and culture of Totterdown. I also make delicate embroided birds capturing the essence and colours of an autumnal garden. Various delicious preserves made using seasonal fruit.
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Exhibiting at: Charlton House, Bs4 3bn
’Rubbish Portraits\\\\\\\' a Live Art installation by Lucie Sheridan, illustrator and print maker.Her portable and unique \\\\\\\'Rubbish Portrait Booth\\\\\\\' can travel and be erected, is interactive and a lot of fun. Her ‘Rubbish Portrait Booth’ offers very quick, while-you-sit, brilliant brush and ink portraits - they’re not rubbish but actually very good!
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Exhibiting at: 13 Hawthorne Street, BS4 3DD
I make a range of hand made ceramic cufflinks, badges, coasters and mugs all decorated with my own illustrated transfer decals. Inspiration is found in the great outdoors spying on birds and insects to the imaginary ideal home.
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Exhibiting at: 22 St Lukes Crescent, BS3 4SD
Hand made soap. Made with lovely oils and butters including cocoa butter and castor oil and scented with natural essential oils for a top notch wash.
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Exhibiting at: 9 Oxford Street, BS3 4RQ
Naomi Joy is an animal artist specialising in detailed, realistic paintings with a modern twist featuring British wildlife or inspired by animal rights issues. She endeavours to show the beauty of all animals through her art.
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Exhibiting at: Musu Barber Shop, BS4 2DF
Katharine is a surrealist artist and illustrator who has been influenced by artists such as Dali, Picasso, Francis Bacon and many, many more. Her philosophical studies & personal life experiences have also had a profound effect on her work, particularly on the subject matter.
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Exhibiting at: 2 Clyde Terrace, BS4 3DQ
Painting has always been a natural way for me to process and express emotions and ideas that can otherwise seem intangible. It is a way of bridging the inner and outer world, of giving form to that which seems inexpressive and unspeakable. My work primarily explores themes of self and identity, creating reflections of an inner world. Behind each piece lies a hidden story, emotion or memory transfixed in time.
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church , BS4 2AX
I upcycle leather offcuts to create my colourful statement jewellery pieces.
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Exhibiting at: 43 Richmond Street, BS3 4TL
Hand made glass. I love colour and pattern and my glass reflects these loves. I use both opaque and transparent glass to manipulate the light and make vibrant colours sing. You will find both gallery/exhibition hand blown pieces and reasonably priced handmade gift ideas for Christmas.
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church, BS4 2AX
I work with recycled electrical cables and pipes to create copper craft. I make \"useful little things\" such as book marks, hair clips or cardigan clasps, as well as pure decorations, Nature - and in particular woodlands - is my main inspiration, and I especially love the small stuff: Bees, leaves, mice, butterflies.... There is no end of beautiful designs already made!
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Exhibiting at: Fox and West, BS4 2AL
Handsome Vintage is directed by Victoria Taylor, an illustration graduate infatuated with colour, surface design, eye popping colour and mid century furniture. Handsome Vintage is a fusion of all these passions.
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Exhibiting at: The Shakespeare, BS3 4UD
Artist, print maker and street artist based in Bristol. Georgie’s technical screen prints are a real feat of engineering in their creation.
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Exhibiting at: The Shakespeare, BS3 4UD
Recently Mary has been experimenting painting in a semi-abstract style. Her paintings here show iconic engineering structures in Bristol.
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Exhibiting at: The Shakespeare , BS3 4UD
Johns artwork is based on the surroundings and Bristol and his work is created with spray paint, acrylics & ink. His unique style features the urban landscapes of Bristol from graffiti covered vans & houses in Stokes Croft to well known landmarks such as the Suspension Bridge and docks. Johns style is instantly recognizable and his work has been exhibited throughout the city.
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Exhibiting at: The Shakespeare, BS34UD
Creating thought provoking and humorous artwork he uses stencil cut outs to produce multi-layer artwork. His street art is found across Bristol.
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Exhibiting at: 19 Henry Street, BS34UD
Judy’s work is humorous, vibrant and her brushwork wonderfully free. A busy mother, grandmother and businesswoman in her own right, Judy’s painting reflects her good humour and love for life – while incorporating her travels and unique vision of the landscapes around her.
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Exhibiting at: Amba House, 1 William St, Bs3 4tu
My work is all hand built porcelain. I make a range of lighting which plays on the translucent qualities of the clay. Alongside this I make coloured porcelain vases, vessels and jewelley. Also marbled porcelain bowls and coasters.
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Exhibiting at: Hillcrest Primary School (shared space with Angela Lai Yen), BS4 3DE
I am a painter and printmaker. One source of inspiration is the natural world. Recent work has been concerned with the climate emergency and the message of Extinction Rebellion.
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Exhibiting at: Amba House, 1 William Street, BS3 4TU
Symmetry. Kaleidoscopes. Pattern. Found items. Mixed media. One mans trash is another mans treasure. I am a UK based multimedia artist combining found items and trash with a love of pattern and symmetry.
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Exhibiting at: 186 Wells Road, BS4 2AL
Bristol Upholstery Collective is celebrating a year in Totterdown! This unique local creative craft company will be displaying statement, high-end collaborative Art chairs, all the traditional tools and tricks of the upholstery trade, and offering inspiring demo's and fun workshops all weekend. Gift Vouchers, Tool Kits & Christmas Gifts. Share in our collective passion for creative upholstery and interiors.
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Exhibiting at: 10 Oxford St, BS3 4RQ
re:paper combines art and photographic images into new works often with themes of glamour and nature. These collages are cut from their source materials using scissors and scalpels and painstakingly crafted together often in multiple layers with a nod towards the Dada and Surrealism movements of the 1920s and 30s.
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Exhibiting at: 78 St Lukes Crescent , BS3 4SA
Having fallen in love with clay on my foundation diploma, I made the decision last year to enrol in a ceramics degree to further my studies. Now getting ready to take on my second year, I have found myself drawn to the making of functional wares. At present, I am firing mainly in reduction using celadon glazes and iron heavy stoneware clays, which give a lovely speckle.
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Exhibiting at: Amba House, 1 William Street, BS3 4TU
My name is Joanna. Before becoming a designer I trained as a painter and this has forcefully influenced my work. I am drawn (no pun intended) to tactile and painterly creations but I also love linear and graphic form, details and patterns. I feel that these passions have created a perfect unity in my own range of designs that are printed onto cloth and paper products.
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Exhibiting at: 9 Oxford Street, BS3 4RQ
Bristol based Welsh illustrator working with watercolour, inks & gouache. Growing up in the mountains of Snowdonia gave me a deep appreciation of nature. My work encompasses meeting places between animals & humans, mountains & sea, sky & earth, chaos & order. Inspiration comes from liminal places, the in-betweens that feel uncomfortable, but are often full of mystery & beauty.
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Exhibiting at: 52 Brecknock Road, BS4 2DD
Known for my pen and wash portraits of South and Central Bristol, and colourful quirky animal paintings as well as unusual eco fabric gifts. I teach a range of art and craft courses from my studio. I sell a wide range of fabric art, cards and prints, perfect for gifts. Sit down cafe with home made food, soups, sausage rolls and cakes.
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Exhibiting at: 64 Richmond Street, BS3 4TJ
I work in a variety of mediums using recycled and upcycled materials. The artworks embrace the look and feel of Totterdown. I also make interior design items using repurposed items and fairy gardens using plants and recycled materials.
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Exhibiting at: 13 Crowndale Road, BS4 2DZ
Helen Ward will be displaying paper cut artworks made from her collection of antique bookbinding papers.
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Exhibiting at: 9 Oxford street, BS3 4RQ
Stoneware ceramic models and miniature ceramic frames and mirrors. My work is all hand build and carved, models are carved in clay then I make a slip mould so work can be cast, each cast is worked into to make each piece different. I also make miniature ceramic frames, these are made with traditional designs such as reed and flute moulding.
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Exhibiting at: Hillcrest Primary School, BS4 3DE
Combining my love for prints and bad puns, I'm, still very much looking for the worst pun in existence that’s socially acceptable. My (pun-based) lino prints and (nature- and city-inspired) etchings range from sad whales to rude succulents, from posh pomegranates and Bristol landscape to silly dinosaurs.
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church, BS4 2AX
Reportage Illustration, live sketching, prints. I specialise in community gatherings and celebrations, sketching people who've come together for something good. I never work from photos, but sketch at the event and then combine and work the sketches into finished pieces for digital printing. Commissions considered if you invite me to the party!
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Exhibiting at: 22 Hawthorne Street, BS4 3DD
Melanie Wickham lino prints. Lino printed goodies featuring plants, people, animals, birds and beetles.
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Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church , BS4 2AX
Victoria Willmott is an illustrator and printmaker with a MA in Multidisciplinary Printmaking from UWE Bristol. Her illustrations are inspired by fairy tales and folk stories from around the world, which are then imagined into present day landscapes. Narratives are constructed through playful compositions using lino cut stamps where stories unfold one stamp at a time.
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Exhibiting at: Hillcrest School, BS4 3DE
Colourful acrylics of canvass of Bristol and balloons! Colourful mugs with Bristol and balloons!
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Exhibiting at: 43 Richmond Street, BS3 4TL
I will be the curator of an affordable exhibition of framed artwork by Modern abstract and Surrealist artists, To include etchings by Salvador Dali and other well documented artists, early to mid 20th century.
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Exhibiting at: 78 St Luke's Crescent, BS3 4SA
No Frills Knitting is my project to make knitting accessible, whether beginner or advanced. I make simple patterns for all ages to suit a more minimalist taste. I like using natural fibres and wooden knitting needles, being sustainable is very important. I run knitting classes over the winter months, right from complete newbie to specialist classes on Fair Isle or Steeking techniques.
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Exhibiting at: Hillcrest Primary School, BS3 4DE
I am a local photographer and artist. I produce pen and ink drawings based on famous, iconic photographs of the past. I also specialize in Street Photography.
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Exhibiting at: The Oxford, BS3 4RL
Unassuming, unusual and enigmatic, T.E. Yates is a multi-disciplinary artist of rare and disarming qualities that must be seen and heard to be believed. Self-taught fine artist, illustrator, animator, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.
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