Christmas is on its way, and at Blott Studio, we’ve got some fantastic creativity on display and for sale for two weeks from Monday the 4th until Saturday the 16th December. Much of it has been created here in the North, by well known/established local artists and creative artisans. An amazing array of art & crafts, vintage Blackpool china and ceramic mugs, and jewellery, there will be an opportunity to buy some unique products and meet many of the artists. National artists are also represented, such as London-based Stewy & award winning Sarah Maple.
|Vintage Blackpool mugs|
|John Cooper Clarke by STEWY|
Make your Xmas go with a pop! Lauren Green’s pop art canvases would be a colourful treat for any wall.
Local artist Adrian Pritchard's paintings use the forces of gravity to channel the paint over canvases to create numerous puddle paintings, which vary from the tactile and sumptuous to the smooth and fluid. He “Investigates the nature of Matter” via “Viscous Substances, entropy and symmetry”, meaning that he pours, spins and throws paint at stuff and it LOOKS COOL.
|Nivius Pourus gloss Paint 122xmx122cm|
|Nivius Pourus gloss Paint|
And Tina Warren presents an eclectic mix of paintings, drawings and prints. Calling all Kit Harington fans…
Sheryl Hudders’ drawings and paintings are inspired by visits to the Dee Valley in Scotland. Her canvases featuring the ancient Caledonian Pine and Silver Birch forests really do encompass a winter wonderland. Also, beautiful hand-printed, pure silk scarves designed by Charlotte Hudders will be available to purchase.
|One of the silk scarf patterns available|
Glass artist Colette Halstead uses traditional techniques of kiln-fused glass to produce exquisite handmade works which include lamps, mirrors, wall panels and jewellery.
Corrine Streetly is exhibiting a selection of her latest ‘Pigeon’ series works, featuring small scale sculptures and paintings. Make sure you get your pigeon fancier’s gifts here!!
|A Kit of Pigeons|
Jayne Langhorne’s work includes beautiful (and useful) ceramic platters and large forms, lidded bowls and trinket trays. “Inspiration for decoration is found and foraged for whilst walking along country lanes, before being taken back to the studio where coloured clays, oxides and glazes are used to create functional decorative ceramics.” Check out the pyramid clock…Love it!
Find the perfect, unique Christmas gift by visiting the studio at 53 King Street, Blackpool. Prices to suit all pockets, starting from £10.
Also, don’t miss our late night event from 5.30pm - 8.30pm on Thursday 14th December, including complimentary wine and cakes.