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Exhibiting at:Totterdown Baptist Church
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:Totterdown Baptist Church
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
Brislington WI will be showcasing the things we get up to, selling things we make, & selling cakes!
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Exhibiting at:15 Vale Street
I create striking black & white illustrations that incorperate patterns, animals, objects and Bristol. I've been drawing professionally for several years now and have managed to work on both a small and large scale, ranging from tiny intricate drawings, to huge wall murals. During the trail, you'll be able to see the range of work I create, including work inspired by animals, stars, Bristol, patterns and objects.
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Exhibiting at:totterdown Baptist church
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:Knowle Constitutional Club
An eclectic range of handmade gifts and items for home and garden. Mixing Ceramics with Stained Glass and other mixed materials Handmade Reusable Ceramic Drinking Straws Also paper mâché, old wooden pallets, vintage music sheets, old maps, fabrics and other 'found' materials. Cards, hand made wrapping paper and more.....
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Exhibiting at:Holy Nativity Church
Exhibiting at:Totterdown Baptist Church
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. As well as original paintings, prints and cards of my work will be available.
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Exhibiting at:Hillcrest Primary School
I will exhibit prints design by myself. I love geometric style and nature so all my artworks are inspired by them. Most of them are animals.
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Exhibiting at:Hillcrest Primary School
I am inspired by world travels, and by colours and textures, and integrate these into my creations, which include dreamcatchers, flower faeries, flower lanterns, leather pouches, hair clips and jewellery. Most of my creations are made using natural materials, some upcycled, and traditional craft techniques, and often include gemstones, hemp thread and/or silver. Bespoke orders welcomed. Please text me on 07904266402.
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Exhibiting at:Hillcrest Primary School
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:Tribe Aesthetica HQ
As an artist I am enraptured by spontaneous processes within both production and firing. I create one off pieces in small batches, figurative vessles, pit fired pots and raku treasures.
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Exhibiting at:Totterdown Baptist Church
Vintage inspired travel prints, Cycling prints and 3D art that celebrate Bristol. Postcards and Greetings Cards. Animal prints. Printed Bristol Baby Onesies.
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Exhibiting at:109b Downend Road
During my art studies, I realised that print was the medium I loved most. Now I\\\'m combining this passion with my love for the English language, still looking for the worst pun in existence that’s socially acceptable. MaracaPrinting came to life in 2017, after yet another excessive printing Sunday (my favourites). I decided I want to see people\\\'s reactions to my puns directly!
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Exhibiting at:42 Tortworth rd
Bristol based printmaker and illustrator. Making lino prints of seaside memories, candy floss and ice creams, angry seagulls, walks along the pier and sun burnt cycle rides.
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