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This year’s art trail is now finished and I feel a bit flat, empty and tired. It was again (but more so this year) a whirlwind of art, crafts, meeting new people, hanging out with old friends, lots of alcohol and skipped meals, a hive of activity for 2 1/2 weeks, a re-confirmation of why Walthamstow is the best place to live and work.

Check out the Art Trail blog to get the real low down on what has been taking place here and keep an eye open for the Walthamstow Garden Party on 18/19th July, another festival or arts, crafts, music (Femi Kuti, Ghospoet and Skatalites among others!), film, dance, circus, poetry and spoken word and yummy food. All a hop and a skip from my studio in LLoyd Park. Check out the website here.

I love living and working in e17!

e17 art trail

Anna Courcha’s cool stitched wall hanging

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Sean reading from his novel ” I never did like the sound of bagpipes”

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The Wool Kitchen’s sumptious hand dyed yarns

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St. Barnabas Church

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Pygmy Cloud’s open studio

 

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We love Lego, an art trail favourite

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Howard Road House, always worth a visit, an entire knitted garden, this year’s entry was Roald Dahl themed!

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Cris Thompson’s lovely 3D printed necklaces

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Catboy’s show

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Diane from Pygmy Cloud with her lovely cloud biscuits

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End of trail party at the wildcard Brewery; Sean and I and new pal and neighbour Louise

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Anna’s work in the studio

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Improper Art Show

E17 Art Trail quilt

E17 Art Trail quilt

 

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