Created in Portsmouth Art Trail

forest-day-v-lesliewolfI’m thrilled to be taking part this year in Created in Portsmouth, an arts and crafts trail from the 14th – 16th October, 10am to 5pm. My screen-prints, copper sulphate etchings and dry-point etchings are inspired by the forest, folklore and fairy tale and will be exhibited alongside the work of coppersmith, Jenny Ames and jewellery designer, Jane Gooding at venue no. 10. The open studios programme across a variety of locations in Portsmouth, showcases the diversity of the creative arts in the city from glass artists and textile designers to papercut illustrators, photographers and blacksmiths. A great opportunity to visit the studio spaces of local artists and to acquire limited edition artwork and unique, bespoke items. To find out more about Created in Portsmouth, please visit the site, or click here for the trail map and look out for the white balls and bunting outside our venues.

 

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