I have been drawing again, this week. Loving doing these! From £50. -£100 for an original drawing ( unframed) all I need is a clear photograph or better still, a meeting with you and your pet. I can send these through the post … ???
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Studio looking great! Come and visit us today, the Art Weekender is in full swing! There’s some of my new portraits to see. Chat to Glyn or Dave or take a card. I can’t be there today but really happy to make a bespoke
What a wonderful way to travel to and from work! Every time I catch the “Water Taxi” (Mount Batten Ferry) into Plymouth to go to the studio, it’s like going on a mini holiday… Happy days!
So, here we are altogether in the studio excited about the Plymouth Art Weekender. The studio looks fab and there’s been so much hard work and friendship going on… Thanks to Dave and Glyn Come… You have to come and visit us at 34 New Street ( venue 13) … Have a good one !
Last Saturday Deacon and I were joined by my good friend and fellow artist Tom Bird for a painting session at the New Street studio. I’ll be back working in there this afternoon.
I was inspired to make a short film showing my handbuilding techniques. This piece is being auctioned for the Salcombe RNLI.
In the summer of 2016 Keith Simmons, Glyn White and Caroline Mercer started using our studio in New Street.
In January 2016 Russell Aisthorpe joined Dave Crocker and Karina Vettorel at the New Street Studio on Plymouth’s Barbican. From 13th January to 23rd February 2016 the three New Street Barbican Artists held an exhibition at the Devonport Guildhall in Kerr Street, Plymouth. Here are some photos of that exhibition.
From Friday 24th October 2016 to Monday 27th October 2016 Karina Vettorel held her first exhibition in Plymouth at the studio in 34 New Street on the Barbican. Here are some photos of that exhibition.
On the 2nd October 2015 Dave Crocker and Karina Vettorel took possession of the keys for the 2nd floor studio at 34, New Street on Plymouth’s Barbican. The early days were used to give the walls a new coat of paint, remove the carpet and prepare the studio for Katrina’s exhibition planned for the end of October .