It's not long now until the prestigious Saltaire Arts Trail and I shall be at The Makers' Fair in Victoria Hall from 25 - 27 May with my glass…Continue
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I'm on an adventure to pay homage to the handmade and celebrate a carnival of colour. My exciting new journey, is a creative quest, one filled to the brim with art and craft. I want to create a life lived in high saturation colour. I am saying hello to visual adventures, artistic endeavours and crazy creative craftiness. Goodbye drab and dreary, come on in fab and cheery. I'd love to share my adventure with you.
My mission is to create a rewarding life where I prioritise…Continue
Naturally we love door knobs and really like this article featured on the Huffington Post. David a hardware store owner based in Bethesda, Maryland recently needed a creative use for his discontinued door knobs and home accessories. He chose van Gogh`s iconic painting, "Starry Night", using 1250 doorknobs, levers, plates and other odd materials. His finished piece of artwork can be seen on display outside his store. …Continue
Added by liam carey on October 23, 2012 at 11:56 — No Comments
… and Ages. My latest design guru is eight… well he is ALMOST NINE!
I met up with my friend Nadine & her son Little B for a coffee in town yesterday. Little B & I are crystal mates. He is mad about crystals and rocks and that’s how we first became friends. We were at a pamper evening in Yaxley, Peterborough just over a year ago with our rough rocks and tumblestones. Little B got chatting with Dave and we were amazed at his knowledge of stones. He could recognise all the rocks…Continue
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Only five days to go before Art in the Pen and I am in a panic. Will I have enough glass? Will my table display look OK? What will I forget to bring? (I always forget something).…Continue
Sab Rang (All Colours) is an exciting exhibition by three Yorkshire women artists who explore their South Asian culture through art. Akari Maharani, Zareena Bano and Humaira Minhas explore the themes…Continue
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Spring is springing and it's THAT time of year for artists and makers to fling open…Continue
Added by Glassprimitif on March 17, 2012 at 17:38 — No Comments
You can find me with my Two For Joy hat on at several craft fairs and Pop up shops this year.
This link provides all the details, so go take a look!
I look forward to seeing you there!
Added by Stacey Williamson on March 16, 2012 at 12:38 — No Comments
This collection is still very much a work in progress. I felt these pieces had an 'Art Deco' feel to them, hence the…Continue
Added by Ana Benedicta on March 8, 2012 at 16:29 — No Comments
Yo, word up people. Here is the news, and the news is bright.
What about that then! Whooooey she's a fine beauty. 6 feet of twin tube light and opaque perspex. Damn straight I tell you she be the finest box in all the land !…Continue
Added by Peter Gillies on February 7, 2012 at 12:30 — No Comments
Hi my name is Gina, and I paint under the name of Zuleikha's art.
I sell my work via ebay and on my own personal site Zuleikha's art.co.uk, as well as via folksy.
I paint landscapes from my local beautiful Somerset surroundings and have recently ventured into animals and wildlife.
I am now starting to take commissions on pet portraits, so if anyone has any interest in getting a painting commissioned of their family Pooch, Moggy or feathered…Continue
Added by Gina Rahman on January 29, 2012 at 13:01 — No Comments
By the Sea' was created using Windsor and Newton watecolours, 300gsm Cold Pressed Watercolour paper, Faber Castell Pitt Artists Pens, Prismacolour verethin pencils, and micro and gel pens. I thought I'd share with your a visual progression from start to finish of this piece
Added by bridget wilkinson on November 2, 2011 at 11:00 — No Comments
We are pleased to announce that you can buy all Little Curly products directly from the online little shop! Cool! No more searching around websites for Ideas on pressies! All…Continue
Added by Ella Parry on October 7, 2011 at 16:40 — No Comments
I've been using our humble office scanner to create artwork with the kids this week. Completely mess free, it's a great way to introduce children to digital art.
I have spent the last couple of weekends in various parts of lovely Yorkshire taking part in events and running a workshop.
Rural Arts, Thirsk - Workshop and exhibtion
A week ago I ran a jewellery workshop at Rural Arts, in the lovely market town of Thirsk. everyone had a go at stitching with wire and then came up with their own designs using lots of haberdashery like hooks and eyes, bra rings and sliders safety pins…Continue
It's been a while since I last had a good old rant on my blog, but this post probably qualifies. So for anyone who's ever wondered what the point of art education is in a tough economic climate, this post aims to point out some of the benefits - some of them obvious, some not so obvious....
Added by Artful Kid on May 27, 2011 at 21:27 — No Comments
We've been having fun creating splat monsters this week. It's a really simple activity which encourages kids imagination and creativity, and has resulted in some fabulous artwork.
Find out more…Continue
The latest project on Artful Adventures is a simple collaborative project that potentially the whole family can contribute to. Check it out…Continue
Added by Artful Kid on May 12, 2011 at 21:54 — No Comments
This article is written from the perspective of being a sea glass obsessive, but it would readily apply to a number of other crafts and collectors. I do hope you find it useful.…Continue
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