Thursday, 29 November 2012

Catch up

It's been too long.....
I thought I'd do a brief catch up with the work [and non work] I've been doing over the last few months.

Paper Scissors Stone - volume 3
Quakers Friars, Bristol

A great pop-up shop for local artists, designers and makers, set up by Made In Bristol.  I had prints and jewellery for sale.  I found this a brilliant place for me to meet and exchange experiences and ideas with other makers.

Art on the Hill
Windmill Hill, Bristol - art trail

Along with Jen Orme I was invited by my lovely friend Sarah Duncan to exhibit in her beautiful home.  A busy and sucessful weekend, with a caravan full of some of the most stunning cakes parked right out side - what more could one ask for?!

My sweet Nephew, Dan's, super hero birthday present - everyone should have a cape to run down the street in!

Mexican Day of the Dead exhibition
Parlour room gallery, Bristol

An exhibition curated by House of Paper, which ran for two weeks, over the period of the Mexican festival.  Sadly, I was unable to see the show, but it proved to be a very sucessful event and my prints and jewellery seemed to go down well.

These little creatures will shortly be flying to Australia to be the new pets of my nieces, Poppy and Alice.

and finally...

Along side the above work I have continued to supply all the lovely galleries that have supported me over the the last six months, and some new galleries too:


-Makers, Bristol

-Glass Designers, Bristol

-Rostra Gallery, Bath

-Just Make, Wells

-Lion Gallery, Leominster, Herefordshire

-Arkadia, Dunster, North Devon

-Arnolfini, Bristol

-Paper Scissors Stone - volume 5, Bristol

1 comment:

  1. busy busy busy!! I love seeing your work pop up all over Bristol Ruth, my only problem is it's all so gorgeous I can never choose just one piece to buy!! x