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Hand-Printed Compact Mirrors now on sale! £4.50 including UK postage (please get in touch for other rates), each mirror measures 6cm diameter and comes in it's own organza bag to keep it safe in your bag or pocket when out and about.

Printing Park Street and Making Mirrors!

Well, I have been playing from home over the past few days and it's been great! So far, new, hand-held compact mirrors have been created and the beginnings of a new print, featuring my illustration of Park Street, have been taking shape in my home studio! New compact mirrors will soon be available on my online shop for £4.50 including postage, each nestled inside a white organza bag. Every mirror captures a hand-printed or painted design and is unique. A special something for the Christmas stocking perhaps? I will be developing the Park Street print by adding colour via a technique called watercolour monoprint. . .I'll share the result with you shortly! It's been a busy time here at Amy HQ.

Ashton Court Mansion Residency - coming up in January!

Watch this space!!! I have been offered a residency with Ashton Court Mansion in January. This will involve an exhibition of my work throughout the month. Limited edition framed and unframed prints and enamels will be on sale and I will also be running workshops to engage with visitors. This residency will result in new, site-specific work. It's super exciting and brings sunshine in my heart to the coldness that is January! More to follow!!!

Green Light for Bristol Eye Hospital's new Mural

After a long design process, public consultation and discussion, the mural designed for Bristol Eye Hospital will go ahead! Funded by the Friends of Bristol Eye Hospital, this mural is replacing an old, damaged relief artwork. The mural will be in the entrance to the Eye Hospital wards and Pre-Operative Assessment Unit, found on level 3. The area is used as an entrance/ waiting room and consultation space by patients - young and old - and staff alike.. It was imperative that we strike the right balance between all the uses of the space and appeal to all those who pass through and utilise the area. The artwork has been developed with the Assistant General Manager, Consultant Ophthalmologist,

Royal Crescent Bright as day

I wanted to quickly share with you my newest silkscreen print. Created using block colours, I have produced a new drawing of the Royal Crescent in Bath. One version reminds me of the fifties colour palette - of softly hand-painted photographs and days gone by. The other is vibrant and neon! It's a fresh take on a familar scene. I love both and have various other versions that I've produced whilst playing with colour and design.


After a great weekend trading, the Bristol Girl Bosses, Bristol Etsy and Tribe Aesthetica Winter Pop up shop is up, running, busy and gorgeous! It's filled with treats and delights to tantalize you on the run up to Christmas. I have lampshades, enamels, prints and - shortly - compact mirrors in store. There are stocking fillers through to main gifts for loved ones! Here are a few images of the shop, which is beautifully kitted out with furniture from Bristol maker KONK!

Winter POP UP in TWO SLEEPS!!!

Check. It. OUT!!! First floor in the Galleries, next to Waterstones, Bristol. In merely TWO SLEEPS the wonderful collaboration between Etsy bristol, Bristol Girl Bosses and local, talented makers will be revealed! Opens this Friday 16 November every day until 23rd December! Go find a unique gift for yourself or loved ones this Christmas! I have delivered to site some lovely lampshades - hand-printed and made from organic denims and cottons - along with a mix of beautiful, hand pulled prints and a smattering of Sgraffito enamels. Let's fight the homogeneity of Black Friday together! Buy local and unique 💪♥💛💚

Artist of the Month with Bristol 24/7

I am very excited to announce that I have been selected as artist of the month for November, with Bristol 24/7! I have produced a limited-edition colourway of Bristol Harbour. Hand drawn, expressive line - created through the use of pen and ink – describes a section of the harbour. The print encompasses the Create Centre, Underfall Yard, Clifton Suspension Bridge, the ‘Turquoise’ Bridge, Brandon Hill and Cabot Tower. “Once I was happy with the drawing, I drew it onto mark-resist film, which enabled me to create a screen, using the photographic process. This involves coating a screen with a light sensitive film and then exposing the image and screen to UV light. I then carefully cut paper ste

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