My first blog post of 2013 and my first in a while (I know). Studio life and home life are busy with lots of new things going on. Exciting and tiring all at the same time. Here's some growing things that light up my everyday life and make me smile.
Friday, 14 December 2012
Super chilled and super creative craft market with free entry at Super+Super in Brighton on Friday 14th December from 5.30pm – 10.30pm.
Expect a mulled wine station (!), a free raffle with lots of Super+Super prizes, plus local arty and crafty wares including The Woody Shop Stall, selling Christmas cards and stocking fillers including foil blocked sketchbooks and beautiful vintage finds.
Depending on stock levels The Woody Shop Stall will definitely be open at the Soiree from 5.30 – 8.30pm – so be sure to pop round early, grab a yourself a bargain and a mulled wine! See you later at Super+Super, 7 Kings Road, BN1 1NE
Find out more info here
Wednesday, 23 May 2012
We will be creating characters - sketching them out and then translating them in to embriodered art works like Dolly above.
Below is the very inspiring place the workshop will take place - Brighton's new creative hub Super+Super...
In the window until Monday 28th May you will also find eleven of my new character sketches looking out to sea in Super+Super's window
Check out more info at Super+Super's website here
Sunday, 6 May 2012
Here's what my drawing board looks like today. One side chaos with ink tests. And the other side is my latest character sketch for my latest little project during the Brighton Festival. I'm creating eleven new characters sketches and displaying them in Super + Super's window over the course of the month. A new character being introduced every other day.
This is Bartholemew. He will be joining Angelique at Super + Super on Monday.
Check out my latest news section on my website for more info about my events at Super + Super here
Saturday, 5 May 2012
It's a two-fold workshop that combines drawing and embroidery, along with techniques of coming-up with characters and tips on sourcing inspiration.
Visit www.supersuperhq.com for more details or to book.