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I will be taking part in the next Sheffield Print Fair which will take place at Museums Sheffield’s Millennium Gallery The fair is on 9 July entry £1.
During the event I will be giving a demonstration of how I use computer cut vinyl to created the design on my screens.
You can see examples of my prints on this web site prices range from £30 – £50 for an unframed print and £70 -£100 for framed prints.
I am at The Holt Craft Market in Sheffield This is a great little place with a good approach to things and I am looking forward to spending the day there. Saturday 28 May 2016 10am – 4pm
I will have t-shirts and Prints with me for sale.
Made in Clerkenwell is an open studio event in the heart of London where you can buy artist and designer made art works and craft items. The event takes place in Craft Central who run the artists studios where it takes place. It is your chance to see where artists, designers and makers work and buy direct from 100+ designer-makers
On Wenesday 18 May I will be at Made in Clerkenwell until Saturday 21 May. The event is open to the public; visitors must pre register to get free entry entry, unregistered visitors will be charged £5.
You can Pre register here, just follow the link and enter a name and email.
On two sites:
£5 door/pre-register for free entry
Tube:Farringdon, Old Street, Angel
I will be at Craft.Design.Contemporary at Nottingham Contemporary. You can see my print/drawings for sale at reasonable prices (framed and unframed). I will also be selling my T-shirts. My shirts have imagery taken from my paintings, they are hand produced by me in limited numbers.
I am sharing a stall with Miriam Griffiths Knitwear and will have examples of her current AW Collection.
You can find out more about the weekend on their website dhttp://www.nottinghamcontemporary.org/craft2015
Find Craft.Design.Contemporary on Facebook.
The four large Castlegate Quarter drawings produced with the aid of a YA Micro grant. Each drawing depicts a different aspect of the Castlegate Quarter of Sheffield. This marks a change in direction for the work. Moving away from studies of single buildings towards the much broader subject of a specific part or quarter of a city that is under change.
A part of the grant was used to produce a new drawing using images gathered from an open submission of photographs by the public Information about A Picture of Sheffield can be found here.
Yorkshire ArtSpace Open Studio event will take place on:
You can visit Peter Griffiths’ Studio on Friday and Saturday at the Persistence Works site, in Studio 9, on the ground floor.
On Sunday the demonstration will include a display of the four large format drawings the have been produced of the Castlegate Quarter and a extra large format drawing of Sheffield. The large format drawing is being produced using photographic images submitted by the public of Sheffield Architecture. 50 A4 digital prints of the drawing will be given away on Sunday during the event. This event has been funded by a MicroGrant from Yorkshire Art Space find out more about this project here.
Sheffield City landscape is changing rapidly, something that hasn’t gone unnoticed by local artist Peter Griffiths, a studio holder at Yorkshire Artspace. Quietly obsessed with Sheffield’s architecture, Griffiths has been producing drawings from photographs for the past four years, examining the readymade shapes, textures, patterns and forms of Sheffield’s topography.
Griffiths was awarded a Microgrant earlier this year by Yorkshire Artspace to develop four large scale pencil-drawn collages of the architecture of Sheffield’s Castlegate area plus an additional collaborative work entitled A Picture of Sheffield.
To develop the work, Griffiths issued a public call out for digital submissions of photos which capture the architecture of Sheffield.
“I use photographs of the subject to provide readymade shapes, textures, patterns and forms which can be appropriated, rescaled and cropped into simple motifs and then collaged into a final image that in some way redefines the original subject.
Thanks to everyone who has already sent in a photograph. Anybody planning to send one in needs to get a move on.
It is getting close to the Yorkshire Artspace Open Studio Studio event so I will be closing photo submissions for the ‘Picture of Sheffield’ that I am creating.
The cut off date is Sunday 8 November. So if you want to take part you need to submit a picture before then.
To submit a photo go to a ‘Picture of Sheffield’
I will be giving away 50 prints and doing a demonstration of the how I have produced the the final drawing at Open Studio on the Sunday 22 at Exchange Place Studio