N O P Q R S

David Stevens

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This image forms part of a project by Manuel Vason who was commissioned by the Arnolfini in Bristol. It was an interesting piece of work by this italian photographer who considers Bristol street artist’s to be some of the best in the world. A number of street artists were photographed and then the images were projected on builds around Bristol over the Christmas period.

www.sonicartsbypaperboy3.org

Denise Norman

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A collection of photographic images documenting a years travel combined with local urban landscapes, enhanced textures & surface pattern.

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Hazel Sutton

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I work mostly in Silver with a combination of other elements like Copper, Semi precious stones and P.M.C.

Much of my inspiration comes from Religious imagery; Mexican Milagros, ex votos, talisman, anything associated with Catholicism, especially Hearts. I also love the humor we get from our pets and animals and incorporate this in my work.

www.hazelsutton.co.uk

Keith Robertson

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My work consists of Abstract paintings and Surrealist sculpture, all with a post-apocalyptic tone and rich range of marks. Mark making and method are central to the work, along with the use of non-traditional materials.

artistkeithrobertson.blogspot.com

Laura Pugh

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Getting inspiration from the natural world, either animals, people or nature and amalgamating these in a meaningful and dynamic way, I hope to reflect the beauty of the world around us and how we relate to it. I have also recently moved into creating pet portraits, which I enjoy immensely.

www.bristolartist.co.uk

Nell Nile

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Chalk pastel drawings and hand-painted porcelain – vivid colour and pattern based loosely on an array of eccentric chintz.

www.nellnile.co.uk

Norma Rowe

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Mostly self taught I began painting for my own enjoyment but soon people started asking to buy my work. I decided to start exhibiting my work and really enjoy meeting the interesting mix of people that visit and talk art, whether it be theirs, mine or someone else.

I love using vibrant colour to lift the mood, capturing on canvas all things in nature and love nothing more than when someone tells me how much my pictures cheer them when they see them in their homes each day.

www.normarowe.co.uk

Olga van Rijswijck

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I am inspired by nature and enjoy landscape painting but also enjoy still life, while boats and “all-things-sea” is a bit of a passion. I work mainly with watercolours and also other mediums like collage, gouache and pen & ink. Another favourite pursuit is creating unique colourful bookmarks using crystal, glass and metal beads.

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Rachel Smith

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I have always been drawn to colours, textures and interesting subjects such as nature, which make quite graphical images.
After years of experimenting with a wide range of media and techniques I have now found my greatest passions in photography and enamelling.
Over the past year I have added wedding photography and children’s portraiture to my portfolio. My style is un-invasive, artistic and natural.

www.iamrachel.co.uk

Rose Popay

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Rose Popay aka The art Tart will be offering to immortalise you in a portrait with her fine line drawings! She will be fresh back from performing In Melbourne comedy festival and keen to get back in to keeping things local! She draws peoples homes and even live at weddings!- often getting guests involved too!

www.rosepopay.co.uk

St Pauls Learning and Family Centre

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An exhibition by students.

www.bristol.gov.uk

Strange Creatures

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Local singer-songwriter Rossanne Hamilton has asked twelve artists to pick one of her songs each and represent it. The artwork will be on display at the Leftbank bar, along with a walkman so you can listen to the songs. A live performance will start at 3pm each day.

www.rossannehamilton.com

studio at 149

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We are collective of artists and designers. We work at 149 in a range of medium, including illustration, textiles, puppetry, set design, costume, and installation.
Expect tea, cake, puppets, vintage dresses, and some lovely art on the walls.

studioat149.wordpress.com

Tessa Norris

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I work mainly in pencil and watercolour, and also pen, ink and wash, with my specialities being architecture, figure, floral and animals. My main body of published work is Architectural Illustration and Greetings card designs. In addition to this I publish my own greetings cards, and carry out many private commissions which include architecture,landscape, pet portraits and still life.

www.tessanorrisillustration.co.uk

The Pre-Modernist Sisterhood

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We will be hosting the glasswork of Ilsa Fatt, and the photography of Taidghe Llewellyn Angus Shea. There will also be live performance art interventions and avant-garde music by Imogen Pettitt and Chris Bradshaw – featuring their imaginary friends.
There will additionally be a selection of fabulous teas and conceptualist cakes served throughout the day. (Free cakes for imaginary friends!)

Tom & Jenny Payne

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A collection of travel, landscape and portrait photography documenting the unexpected, the beautiful and the striking in an attempt to transport you there and hold your imagination.

Metalwork and jewellery combining sculptural aesthetics with traditional techniques. Designs are inspired by everyday patterns and architecture creating pieces where form and function are central to the final piece.

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