I was finally able to admire the work of Mark Hearld, Emily Sutton, and Angie Lewin in *real* life after admiring them in books and online for years.
Working with the theme of editions and multiples, the artists show a selection of limited edition prints and objects, ranging from screen prints, woodcuts and lithographs to ceramics, jewellery and scarves."
The exhibition is on until the 30th October, you should all go and see the beautiful work up close as even though the work looks good in pictures it really is a billion times more inspiring and wonderful in person.
|Angie Lewins cabinet full of inspiration|
|Mark Hearld ceramic|
|Colour co-ordinating with the display <3|
I also really loved Emily's use of naive imagery of children's toys and cats yet how she also made it look quite sophisticated and work as an art piece through adding detail and lovely colour.
Hope you liked this post, and let me know what you think of the exhibition if you do visit!
One last photo spam...
It wouldn't be a gallery if there wasn't an equally lovely shop, would it? I spent far too long in the YSP shop admiring/buying (but mostly admiring) all of the pretties..
|Katch Skinner ceramic brooches|
|Victoria Moorhead jewellery|
|Donna Wilson cards|
|Danica Studio wash bags|
|746 telephones (LOVE the colours/design)|
|Rob Ryan tote bag|
|My haul of inspiring things that I collected from my visits to Saltaire, Wakefield and YSP <3 (I will be writing a post about the Bright Bazaar colour book soon!)|