After the success of last Sunday’s pop-up shops, Elke, Lucy, Stephen and Jane plan to sell from their gardens on Sunday 29th November from noon till 3pm.
In Rintoul Place (high doors), Elke will be outdoors with her beautiful hand-made seasonal decorations whilst her more delicate paper art creations will be displayed at her windows! Elke accepts contactless payments and her own site is www.hobbyworks.co.uk.
Lucy and her artefacts will be under a gazebo at the river end of Rintoul Place to sell her linocut prints inspired by nature and very local scenes. Lucy prefers payment via PayPal (but small change would be acceptable if necessary). All Lucy’s work is on http://www.lucylinocut.weebly.com/
Jane Smith will be in her garden at 9 Dunrobin Place selling whisky barrels converted to tables, beds for pets and garden planters plus elegant vintage tiered cake stands and wool wreaths. Jane accepts cash or BACS payment.
Stephen Howard Harrison will be selling prints of his paintings of the Colonies and local scenes as well as landscapes of further afield and cards of many popular Scottish landscapes. His shop will be in his garden at 9 Collins Place. For more of Stephen’s work, please see www.stephenhowardharrison.com.
Please respect all Covid guidelines and, most importantly of all, give each other space.
Creative Colonies 2020 ~ online ~ continues until the end of Monday 30th November and work by all 11 participants, as well as links to their sites and special offers can be seen here.