The Guerrilla Artmarket will be on the weekend before Christmas
December 18th-19th at the Brighton Media Centre.
Stalls are £25 a day, £40 for the weekend
Table hire is £5 for the weekend
To apply please send 3 jpegs and a bio to firstname.lastname@example.org
My artwork is designed specifically for print, I use the giclee method, which achieves great results for how I currently present my work: on paper and on lightweight aluminium. I am influenced by my true love of the 1950’s and 60’s: the hairdos, the colour schemes, the clothes, the grace & style of the fabulous screen goddesses along with the sauciness of the pin- up gals from this era. My work is affordable, appealing and easy to digest. I take simple ideas, mingle in plenty of intricate graphic details, decide on a juicy colour scheme, assign a cheeky title, then sprinkle it all with a generous pinch of razzle dazzle.
Laura May is a graphic novelist, artist and illustrator who paints with oils on wood. She has a successful card range and creates signs and crafty bits with a cute/creepy edge.
Katie Barton is a textile artist living and working in London. She creates individual wall hung and installation art works.
Her inspirations and themes are landscapes, skies and plants. Katie is passionate about colour relationships and qualities on fabrics, mixing processes and techniques such as dyeing, painting, appliqué and embroidery.
Currently focusing on scale and detail, Katie is experimenting with this to create very abstracted or patterned images.
Bella Clark is an Illustrator/Artist based in Brighton. Having spent some years living abroad and in London Belle has found a true home in Brighton where she has re-discovered her love of drawing and image making. Screen printing, stencilling, pen and collage are all mediums Bella uses.