Feathers & Fur print series: How to buy a print

Fancy a new bit of artwork for your wall? Or something a bit different to give at Christmas this year? All the prints from our collaborative Feathers & Fur show are for sale.

Ten of my haiku – short, three-line poems – have been brought to life for this colourful exhibition (currently at the Tobacco Factory in Bristol). From squirrels to robins, foxes to pet cats, butterflies to toads – the show looks at the animals you might find on Bristol’s parks and streets.

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Feathers & Fur: Online shop now live!

For anyone who can’t make it to Grain Barge or the Tobacco Factory in Bristol to see our Feathers & Fur exhibition of illustrated poems, the online shop is now live.

If you’d like to buy prints of any of the limited edition prints on show in the exhibition, they are available in A4, A3 and A2 for between £35 and £80.

Check out the online shop here.

Meet the artists of the Feathers & Fur exhibition: Rosanna Tasker

The next artist I’d like to mention in this mini-showcase of all the artists I’ve worked with on my Feathers & Fur show is Rosanna Tasker.

I first saw Rosanna’s work on the cover of the The Bristol Short Story Prize anthology in 2014, and was really glad to get her on board for this project. She interpreted my poem about a Peacock butterfly beautifully. Just looking at this artwork makes me feel relaxed (and want to go skinny dipping).

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Meet the artists of the Feathers & Fur exhibition: Bett Norris

The next artist I’d like to mention in this mini-showcase of all the artists I’ve worked with on my Feathers & Fur show is Bett Norris.

Her work has featured everywhere from the New York Times to Good Housekeeping – and she has done a lovely illustration to accompany my gulls haiku, featuring one of the Brandon Hill benches. (If you don’t live in Bristol and don’t know Brandon Hill, at it to the list of places to visit if you ever come here – great views over the city.)

Illustration by Bett Norris, words by Emily Koch

Illustration by Bett Norris, words by Emily Koch

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