Have a look at this year’s exhibitors! Click on an artist/maker below to see some of their work and learn a little more about them.
Leeds based illustrator of birds, flowers & comical creatures.
Amy Jade Prints
Amy uses traditional printing methods to create fine art prints and products inspired by folklore, mythology and natural history.
Imaginary, often a little unsettling, personal paintings about different veins of human interaction.
Graphic design, illustration and drawing
Handmade mixed-metal jewellery (sterling silver, copper and brass) inspired by nature.
Working in acrylics and watercolours, Brent uses his passion for music, sport , film and landscapes to inspire his painting.
Graphic print based ink illustrations with a social/political content
A student run zine and podcast on current issues and culture.
A digital illustrator and graphic designer working in Accessible Information Design. Digital illustration with an element of social/political commentary.
Small oil paintings.
Bold paintings and drawings of everyday objects with human faces.
Acrylic and Emulsion on Canvas.
Paintings and prints of Leeds, and the suburbs of Hyde Park, Meanwood, Headingley and Kirkstall.
Mixed media artworks inspired by nature
This is an internal dialogue between Karls and the subject matter. The result is brushed out.
Inspired by colour and driven by travel. Mixed media art using photography as the foundation to her work.
Figurative ceramic sculpture inspired by movement in sport and dance.
Bright rainbow colours exploring familiar images with a focus on animals and flowers.
An artist photographer who captures energy and light using analogue photographic techniques.
Multidisciplinary artist exploring memory, place and experience with a strong focus on process and abstraction.
Limited edition screen prints of local landscapes, paying particular attention to the relationship between man-made and natural elements.
Medium format film photography focusing on the forgotten corners of Leeds
Abstract documentation of space and ideas through photography and prose.