It’s Snowdrop Festival time! During the second weekend we’ll showcase work by local artists and designers. My upcycled furniture and artwork by Mary M Brown and Ann Napier will be on display at the Heritage Centre on Sat/Sun, February 23/24, 11am – 3pm.
Heritage Centre, 8 George St, Coupar Angus PH13 9DH
More upcycled furniture: I have transformed a dark brown hall table into a contemporary focal piece that looks good in any room, not just the hall. This time I didn’t use Frenchic chalk paint, I used Annie Sloan paint instead, the hue is called Louis Blue. And I have lightly distressed the table. Stylised flower heads decorate the table top, I have used hand cut stencils to create them. The table is on display in my studio.
Hall table Flowers
Acrylic primer, chalk paint, artists acrylics, acrylic varnish on wood. 2018.
76 x 38 x 73cm
Leslie St Art Trail, Blairgowrie, 1-9 September: part of Perthshire Open Studios 2018. Local artists decorate business windows, plus treasure trails and exhibition on local 19th century artists, the Blairgowrie Boys. Here is my window at Edinburgh Woollen Mill.
Sixteen local businesses and agencies in the Leslie Street area of Blairgowrie are hosting the work of over 30 artists participating in Perthshire Open Studios. Upcycled furniture from my studio will be on display in the downstairs window of Edinburgh Woolen Mill.
Enjoy this event featuring treasure trails, an exhibition on local 19th century artists, the Blairgowrie Boys, and a working weaver’s studio!
Edinburgh Woolen Mill, 20 Wellmeadow, Blairgowrie PH10 6AS Perthshire Open Studios, 1 – 9 September 2018
The Perthshire Creates Summer Design Market brings together local talented artists and designer-makers showcasing handmade artisan items, my upcycled handpainted furniture among them. A great opportunity to meet artists/designers in person and find out everything about their creative practice. Click here for more info.