And the final artist announcement is another dedicated committee member, this time is Jen from Knots & Shots who has been working tirelessly behind the scenes to help coordinate this years trail!
You can find her exhibiting in the Easton Community Centre this weekend with her range of handcrafted macrame homewares and accessories along side her fine art photography.
Originally from Ireland but has been based in Bristol for 5 years, Jen loves traditional crafts and all things outdoors! Both sides of her creations focus on nature and bringing it into our lives and homes, whether its houseplants in stunning macrame hangers or her fine art photography of the natural world.
To see more of her work you can check out her website or etsy shop (links below!)
Website : www.knotsandshots.com
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Etsy : https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/KnotsAndShots
Instagram : knots_and_shots
Make sure you stop into the Easton Community Centre where you will find many artists including the very talented Rosie Mclay Art exhibiting her prints, cards, framed and unframed art, temporary tattoos and more!
We were incredibly lucky to have Rosie design the artwork for this years trail, we absolutely love it and would like to take this opportunity to thank Rosie again…THANK YOU ROSIE!!!
Rosie is a printmaker, picture framer, painter and sometimes a sculptor! Her art tends to discuss ideas of mortality and preconceptions, but sometimes just the love stuff!!
There is only a few more artists to announce before the trail this weekend , firstly our very hard working head of committee! Without this lady the trail would not be happening so on behalf of the committee and all you lovely Easton folk I’d like to say a massive THANK YOU!!!
You can visit her in person this weekend, she will be hosting an open house with her Malobi Cat Caves and her illustrations!
I am a digital illustrator with a love for cats and bright colours so here is my shop with colourful cat caves!
You will also find here some of my colourful designs available on digital download and I also got started in beadweaving!
You can check out some of her work on her etsy shop www.etsy.com/shop/malobi and her website www.malobi.co.uk