Saturday 4 – 11 July 2015
The Lytham Arts Festival brings art into the heart of Lytham and in 2015 over 70 artists will exhibit, perform and entertain from over thirty venues in the town (text from the Lytham Arts Festival website).
- this years theme is ‘seaside’
I’m looking forward to being part of this years festival and have been partnered with Stringers Homelife, next door to Booths.
During the festival 4-11 July, I will have a small window display of selected seaside theme jewellery pieces and on the festival weekends I will be there with a bigger display of my work, demonstrating and doing tasters.
DEMOS & TASTERS
wirework demos: 11-1pm
Saturdays 4 and 11 July
watch me making pearl and shell brooches using twisting and wrapping techniques to create gorgeous unique brooch designs
beaded tasters: 2-4pm (on the half hour)
Saturday 4, Sunday 5 and Saturday 11 July
come along and have a go creating a pair of your own bespoke shell beaded earrings using tigertail thread and plated ear hooks. Its a really easy, fun activity and your earrings will only take you 15-20 minutes to create. Its a free to take part and suitable for adults and children (from 6 years old with adult supervision).
As part of the Festival I’m also doing a jewellery making workshop at Crafty4Art in Lytham
jewellery making workshop: 2-4pm
(limited spaces / booking required via Liz at Crafty4Art)
Thursday 9 July
make your own bespoke beaded cord bracelet with shell beads and button fastener.
Lytham makes a great day out, there is a great variety of independent shops, lovely coastal walks and cafes.
Lytham Life and Style
Other things to do:
On Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 July, the Gallery at Brockholes are having their launch weekend. Ideal if you are travelling over to Lytham and want to combine it with a visit there.
Gallery at Brockholes is run by the Art & Craft Guild of Lancashire, made up of a wide range of the finest local artists, designers and makers. A great selection of ceramics, textiles, jewellery, glass, art, photography, furniture and turned wood. There are 4 themed exhibitions each year featuring different guest artists from the area.