Inspired by nature's inconsistencies and imperfections, organic lines and forms. The use of movement, colour and texture are an important factor to this work.
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Making It aims to be the leading showcase for emerging artists, makers and designers in the South West, celebrating innovation, diversity and collaboration in craft and making. The exhibition features 21 emerging talents who have been selected by a panel drawn from creative organisations across the South West.
"We have spent 18 years creating some of the most beautiful craft festivals in Europe. Along the way, we have gathered a loyal and knowledgeable audience of followers that love and appreciate skillfully, handmade objects. We want to connect our audience with a curated collection of the finest makers, regardless of where they are based."
11th - 19th September
North East of Scotland open studios.
This year I will be showcasing and selling my work alongside my mum who specialises in painting seascapes www.alisonjohnston.co.uk at our studio in Duffus, Moray.
Cheltenham Craft Fair 13th - 15th August
Craft Festival has become a collection of highly selective craft events in Bovey Tracey, Cheltenham and Bath
14 November - ongoing
Winter Exhibition online and in the shop in Farnham.
The seaweed attaches to the rock, swaying from side to side in the water and as the sea retreats, is left as clusters clinging to the rocks, limp and motionless, an imperfection. In the sea seaweed is constantly in motion, splayed across the surface.