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Bold and Beautiful Collection

Posted by blf-20AD 16/11/2020 0 Comment(s) Arts & Crafts,Exhibitions,

Biggar Little Festival is still on! So be sure to get along virtually and enjoy this annual celebration of community creativity!

The Bold and Beautiful Collection
(part of the Virtual Exhibition, Thursday 22 October - Sunday 22 November)

The Virtual Exhibition showcases the work of 25 local artists with more than 600 artworks on display. All items are offered for sale with many having the added convenience of online purchase. To help you navigate such a large exhibition, we’re breaking it down into smaller pieces with a series of weekly mini exhibitions.

The first mini exhibition was Bold and Beautiful, with 6 local artists - Neil Ghani, Rebecca Hindson, Liz Steele, Gavin Mitchell, Carol Taylor and Kenneth Russell. An eclectic range of items includes dramatic watercolour and acrylic paintings as well as decorative stoneware pottery suitable for every day use.

You can view the Bold and Beautiful mini exhibition now, just click below on the link:
Bold and Beautiful

Once again, weve partnered up with local artisan gin-makers and the Bold and Beautiful mini exhibition is paired with Tarbrax-based Pentland Hills Gin. To purchase the local artisan gin collection to go with the Virtual Exhibition just click below on the link:
www.biggargin.com

                 

        
Virtual Craft Fair
Sat 24 October – Sun 22 November
 
The Virtual Craft Fair is now online and runs for 4 whole weeks right up until Sunday 22 November.
 
The featured crafters are Toddles Crafts, Langloch Farm, Blind Witch Crafts, Clyde Valley Picture Framing, Shirley Kay Mosaics, Stitch and Dine, Woodcrafts by Caroline, My Cottage Crafts, Earthware Pottery, Custom Clay Creations and SheilMoir Designs.
 
All items are offered for sale with many having the added convenience of online purchase. A great opportunity to do some early Christmas shopping and to support local makers.
 
You can visit the Virtual Craft Fair now, just click the link below:
Virtual Craft Fair

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