Proudly Supporting The Six Streets Arts Trail……..

Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 June will see the third Six Streets Arts Trail in the area just off Kedleston Road, Derby DE22. Six Streets residents open their homes and welcome in friends, neighbours and visitors in a celebration of creativity.

This year there are more than 40 exhibitors in around 30 venues, including painters, photographers, jewelers, an instrument maker, sculptors, ceramicists, textile artists and printmakers.

You can also explore the unique Six Streets History trail and enjoy home-made refreshments in one of the pop-up cafes around the trail.

Open 10.00am – 5.00pm, Trail Guides costs £4 per person, free to under 16’s.

Artists exhibiting this year include:

  • Scottish-born painter Paul Johnstone, featured in Artsbeat October 2014, ‘Hip to be square’,and Six Streets resident is just back from exhibiting at the Parallax Art Fair, Chelsea Town Hall, London.
  • Kerri Pratt is the current winner of the prized Jonathan Vickers Fine Art Award. The award is open to emerging painters across the UK and awarded biennially to bring a rising artist to Derbyshire to produce work inspired by the county’s landscape, heritage and people.
  • ‘Little Tins of Loveliness’ are passionate about their love of making, creating beautiful kits for you to make your own crafts, all in their own little tins. Launched last year at Kirstie Allsopp’s Handmade Fair at Hampton Court, the response to ‘Little Tins‘ was brilliant and they’ll be back this September, then at Kristie’s Christmas Handmade Fair in Manchester in November. Little Tins run craft courses at Banks Mill Studios in Derby www.littletinsofloveliness.co.uk
  • Beatrice Tailby Hardstaff is a young artist, has already exhibited in  the Leicester Open, twice, and her work has appeared in magazines in Sweden and London. Currently deciding between university offers at Goldsmiths, Chelsea, Camberwell, Bristol and Kingston, Bea is an artist to watch. www.beatricetailbyhardstaff.weebly.com
  • Stevie Davies is currently exhibiting her glass in the Design Factory and ‘Emerge, Home Grown British Talent Show’ at the Ferrers Gallery, Staunton Harrold.

www.sixstreetsartstrail.co.uk

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Proudly Supporting The Six Streets Arts Trail……..

Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 June will see the third Six Streets Arts Trail in the area just off Kedleston Road, Derby DE22. Six Streets residents open their homes and welcome in friends, neighbours and visitors in a celebration of creativity.

This year there are more than 40 exhibitors in around 30 venues, including painters, photographers, jewelers, an instrument maker, sculptors, ceramicists, textile artists and printmakers.

You can also explore the unique Six Streets History trail and enjoy home-made refreshments in one of the pop-up cafes around the trail.

Open 10.00am – 5.00pm, Trail Guides costs £4 per person, free to under 16’s.

Artists exhibiting this year include:

  • Scottish-born painter Paul Johnstone, featured in Artsbeat October 2014, ‘Hip to be square’,and Six Streets resident is just back from exhibiting at the Parallax Art Fair, Chelsea Town Hall, London.
  • Kerri Pratt is the current winner of the prized Jonathan Vickers Fine Art Award. The award is open to emerging painters across the UK and awarded biennially to bring a rising artist to Derbyshire to produce work inspired by the county’s landscape, heritage and people.
  • ‘Little Tins of Loveliness’ are passionate about their love of making, creating beautiful kits for you to make your own crafts, all in their own little tins. Launched last year at Kirstie Allsopp’s Handmade Fair at Hampton Court, the response to ‘Little Tins‘ was brilliant and they’ll be back this September, then at Kristie’s Christmas Handmade Fair in Manchester in November. Little Tins run craft courses at Banks Mill Studios in Derby www.littletinsofloveliness.co.uk
  • Beatrice Tailby Hardstaff is a young artist, has already exhibited in  the Leicester Open, twice, and her work has appeared in magazines in Sweden and London. Currently deciding between university offers at Goldsmiths, Chelsea, Camberwell, Bristol and Kingston, Bea is an artist to watch. www.beatricetailbyhardstaff.weebly.com
  • Stevie Davies is currently exhibiting her glass in the Design Factory and ‘Emerge, Home Grown British Talent Show’ at the Ferrers Gallery, Staunton Harrold.

www.sixstreetsartstrail.co.uk

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