Work in progress…
I have to admit that I am much better with starting new projects then finishing the old ones but now I will have to focus because I have a deadline for completing my work;-)
The news is that I’ve booked the Gallery At St. Martin’s for an exhibition (37B Hungate, LN1 1ET, Lincoln)
The opening night will be on 20th of November/Tuesday and the exhibition will be open until 25th of November/Sunday 4p.m.
My plan is to show drawings and collages – everything will be for sale.
PLEASE SAVE A DATE!…and wish me luck with finishing my collages;-)
When I was opening the new studio I was planning to use it as my space to work as a freelance illustrator and run art classes & workshops. That was the starting point but very quickly I realised that this place has also a potential to be used in a different way and become a hub for creative events in Lincoln. I have a lot of ideas, so please watch this space;-)
The first step to have more open approach was to invite others to share their knowledge and passion for art and craft and run amazing workshops from my studio.
In March it was Paul from Nyudo Japanese book Binding who run the first workshop for beginners. Everyone crated two notebooks and we had a pleasure to use lovely Chiyogami papers based on kimono designs.
There was a lot of interest in this workshop and we decided to organise another one in May. If you would like to join us, please check details here:
We were busy in the Bailgate Studio with painting on cotton bags. I would like to show you one example of bag made during this workshop. It is a present for three year old who needs a storage bag for his Lego;-)
Hand painted cotton bags make a great present and this is a very practical solution if you need to store your stuff in style and stay eco;-)
We had a very busy evening in the Bailgate Studio! Again, I was totally amazed by the quality of cards which were made during this workshop. We have started with painting our own backgrounds and later these hand painted backgrounds were used for creating bespoke cards. After few hours we had almost 50 cards done!
Please contact me if you would like to attend this type of workshop;-)
I was really impressed after this workshop. As far as I know everyone was a beginner and the results were amazing! Did I mention before that we had a special treat?;-) freshly made sushi by LincSushi – thank you Agnes! Please let me know if you would like to join us for this type of workshop – we plan the next one in February;-)