Craftisan is a new shop/gallery/cafe on the Wells Road in Totterdown, Bristol, UK. Since they opened, I have been selling my prints and cards there. Back in August, Emily asked me if I wanted to set up a small exhibition of my prints so I chose a selection of my textile collages and collagraph prints, mostly of local scenes of Bristol and Somerset.
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Here we go again, countdown to Christmas, starting with Totterdown’s Front Room Art Fair. I will be in the Jarman Hall at the Totterdown Baptist Church on the Wells Road in Totterdown, Bristol. It will be open from 12-6pm on Saturday and 12 – 5pm on Sunday. As well as some fantastic art and craft on sale, there is a lovely cafe selling drinks and lovely home-made cakes, all run by volunteers from the church. It’s going to be a rainy weekend so what’s better than to go shopping and enjoy yourself!
I have some new original pictures, many prints of various sizes which are available framed, unframed or as a canvas, as well as lots of cards including Christmas cards and postcards.
Front Room http://frontroom.org.uk/
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Hi , I’m busy working on some new pictures for this year’s art trail. I’ll be at my usual place in the Beauley room at the Southville Centre.
Here are some images of my new work which I hope will entice you to come over and enjoy the trail.
I’ll be there on Saturday and Sunday from 11.am to 6pm with lots of pictures, prints and cards for your perusal.
See you there.
If you live in Gloucestershire or Herefordshire you will be familiar with this distinctive, atmospheric hill with a clump of trees that you can see everywhere (when you know when to look for it) – next time you are on the M5 heading for Gloucester take a look to your left!
The lovely people at St Mary’s Church in Dymock have just celebrated a Medieval Festival and`wanted me to do some more pictures of May Hill which I just couldn’t refuse. May Hill in Spring and May Hill (View from Aston Crews) are now hanging in the church with the two commissions I previously produced for them in 2006. These two, however are for sale so if you fancy a jaunt into the beautiful surrounding countryside, pop into the church to have a look. The church also has high quality giclee prints of the two commissioned pictures for sale and postcards too. A Su Williams mini exhibition for you!