Thursday 14 November 2019

Dalston Arts seasonal fair - 30th November and 1st December

The Dalston Arts Fair is back for its third annual exhibition and sale of work by some 30 local artists and makers. The Fair will be in the beautiful Grade II Listed St. Mark's Church Hall, Colvestone Crescent E8 1LJ on Saturday 30th November from 11am and Sunday 1st December from 10am

Poster designed by Dalston artist Jane Smith

The exhibition is great opportunity to meet the artists and to buy work direct from them. (Think ahead - christmas presents! Ed.)
Diane Ambida's ceramics

The work on display will include paintings, drawings, collages and ceramics ( including six artists from Dalston's iconic Glebe Road ceramic studio)

Fiona Fouhy's monoprints

Hedy Parry-Davies' mixed media collage

Graham Stone painting 
London Trees - watercolours and prints on birch by Sheaufei Hoe
Also exhibited will be beautiful jewellery, embroidery, accessories, homeware and much more 

Ange's upcycled jewellery and accessories

Freda Silcott's batik

Shirley's truly delicious home made lunches, teas and cakes will also be available throughout the weekend - all at affordable prices.( Reason enough to visit the exhibition -Ed)

Michelle Butler's felt work

You could turn your visit into a Dalston Arts Safari. Call in at the Chocolate Factory, nearby in Farleigh Place N16 7SX, which has open studios from 11am to 6pm over the same weekend. Also, on Saturday from 11am-9pm you can visit Ridley Road Ceramics open studio upstairs at 51-63 Ridley Road E8 2NP (above the Shopping Village) 

Barnaby Hoskin's ceramics upstairs at Ridley Road Ceramics Studio 

Here are some more of the beautiful items that will be exhibited for sale at the St Mark's Church Hall  exhibition. 

Michelle Owoo's collage

Rooma Parmar's embroidery

Debbie Munday's homeware

We look forward to seeing you at the exhibition  ( Don't forget - bring some cash so you can support our local artists! Ed)

Jane Smith's print