Over the next couple of weeks I’m going to tell you a bit about each of the ten Bristol artists who have worked so hard on illustrations for my Feathers & Fur show at Grain Barge. They all deserve a bit of extra attention! Like their Facebook pages, buy their work, or just remember the names. Bristol is crawling with superb talent, so let’s support it.

First up, it’s Anna Higgie. Anna first caught my eye with this stunning portrait (below) of a late friend of mine which on display at The Gallimaufry restaurant and bar in Bristol.

 

She’s done a gorgeous illustration to go with my squirrel haiku, on display at Grain Barge now and until October 11, and also for sale.┬áThe exhibition will move to The Snug at The Tobacco Factory from November 3 to December 29. (If you’re not in Bristol you can buy prints online in my Etsy shop.)

Check out more of her work here: www.annahiggie.co.uk

More information on the Feathers & Fur exhibition is available here.

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Meet the artists of the Feathers & Fur exhibition: Anna Higgie

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