Wednesday, 23 November 2011

An artist preview....or two!

Here's a sneak at some of our Artist's work:

Before you read on, here's a link to Adam Peter Smith's music page so that you can sample some of the beautiful live music that will be warming your ears at the event as you browse the wonderful workings of some of Nottingham's finest creative talent... 

Adam will be playing at 2pm in the main room.

Truly Hooked

Yes, a Cat modeling a Santa hat....
This is one of the fabulous crochet designs from 'Truly Hooked' who will be making their first ever Craft Fair appearance at the Nottingham Workshop Art and Design Event. With a wonderful selection of hats, scarves, mittens, buttoned collars and more, this stall will leave you feeling TRULY hooked on crochet.

The Butler's Wife

Beautifully hand crafted Christmas Decorations, with gorgeous intricate details and a range of beautiful designs and styles. The Butler's wife will be showcasing her work including decorations, wedding favours, cards and invitations, stationary, vintage buttons and photography.

Here's a sneaky peek at some of her work:


Gill Rippingale

A traditional artist specialising in visionary, spiritual and pagan work. Her style involves immense detail and a highly invocative imagination. Truly a fabulous talent, with an amazing eye for nature and beauty.

Look out for more artist previews, we have a fantastic range of artists with work ranging from jewellery and fabulous knitwear through to handmade tweed bags and wonderful handmade clothing.

See these artists and LOTS MORE @
The Nottingham Workshop Art and Design Event 
Saturday 10th December

**first 40 customers receive goodie bag with treats from MollyQueen, The Workshop and the artists themselves**

**mulled wine and mince pies**

**the UnderGround Bakery**

**Pop up Shop Launch Party**

**Creative spaces available to rent for future projects**

11 - 5pm Daytime Craft Fair
7 - 10pm - Night Market and Christmas Party

The Nottingham Workshop
247 Noel Street, New Basford, Nottingham
Opposite the Climbing Centre (or the old swimming bath!)

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