Feathers & Fur exhibition at Grain Barge

September 1 – October 11, 2016 (Free entry)

Walk along Bristol’s streets, through its parks – or even just out into your own garden. What animal life is there? I have teamed up with ten local illustrators to capture the lives of the city’s living creatures.

Ten of my haiku – short, three-line poems – have been brought to life for this colourful exhibition at Bristol bar Grain Barge, which artist Dave Bain helped to curate. From squirrels to robins, foxes to pet cats, butterflies to toads – there’s something for everyone.

Artists involved in the exhibition are: Amy Timms, Lindsay McDonagh, Laurie Stansfield, Rosanna Tasker, Dave Bain, Harriet Lee Merrion, Dawn Cooper, Sarah Dennis, Bett Norris and Anna Higgie.

The exhibition will move to The Snug at The Tobacco Factory from November 3 to December 29.

Prints of the exhibited artwork will be available to buy – but if you’re not in Bristol you can also buy them online in my Etsy shop.

Read more about the exhibition.

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