I’ll be opening up my studio door from 10-5 on Saturday 30 June and Sunday 1 July for this big Ouseburn Summer Open Studios event. Find me on Level 2. Lots to see, including our “Process 36” exhibition in our gallery space which launches our summer programme and provides an insight into the methods and processes involved in the creation of high quality work designed and constructed in our building.
original drawings fired on porcelain bowls
big blooms, ink and watercolour painting £330 framed
delphinium, acrylic painting on paper
strong red chrysanthemum, ink and watercolour on paper £265 framed
greetings cards galore!
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Preview evening is Friday 25th November, from 5-8pm
Then Saturday and Sunday 26 and 27 November from 10-5
36 Lime Street, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 2PQ
hope to see you then, more info here
I’ll have new paintings and prints, jewellery, hand drawn ceramics, hand made cards and more.
Check my Instagram and Twitter feeds for updates!
March 19 and 20 2016
36 Lime Street, Ouseburn, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 2PQ
36 Lime Street studios are opening up this weekend, for our Ouseburn Open Studios Spring Salon event, on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 March, from 10-5. It’s free entry and most of the studios are open, including mine on Level 2. There’s a fundraising raffle with a £100 voucher prize, and beautiful letterpress prints as tickets.
Hope you can make it down, I will be there from 1pm on Saturday (my studio will be open from 10) and all day on Sunday with new prints and drawings to see, some hand stitched books, one-off cards and a little sale of some mounted screenprints.
Find out about courses coming up and my participatory work in creative learning in the community and galleries – Lanterns, satellites, cardboard cities, batik, pop-up books and more.
Two exhibitions coming up soon! Weeds aplenty, or beautiful and useful wild flowers, depending which way your cookie crumbles. I’m of the latter persuasion. Hope you can make it along. More details here:http://www.internationalprintbiennale.org.uk/whats-on/2014/06/27/horror-vacui-louise-bradley.html
three colour screenprint, 2012
from pen drawing
Louise Bradley works from her studio at 36 Lime Street, in the Ouseburn Valley, Newcastle upon Tyne