Harvest Exhibition Launch Party

Presenting the opening night of our late Summer exhibition at The Malago restaurant, HARVEST. Curated by Tribe Aisthetica and myself. I will be exhibiting a few pieces of my artwork amongst a selection of featured Bristol artists for this two month showcase of local art. Join us for live music, bubbly, and canapés from head chef and owner Helly, plus a pop up market with each of the artists selling cards and other giftware in the restaurant especially for the launch party! This exhibition will be the last of our year cycle of six shows so come and see it off with a bang!

Grain Barge Exhibition Opening

Sky Siouki will be putting on a solo exhibition for 7 weeks in the Summer at Bristol’s Grain Barge boat bar and restaurant. On until August 14th.

Solstice Exhibition Launch Party

Presenting the opening night of our Summer exhibition at The Malago restaurant, SOLSTICE. Curated by Tribe Aisthetica and myself. I will be exhibiting a few pieces of my artwork amongst a selection of featured Bristol artists for this two month showcase of local art. Join us for live music, bubbly, and canapés from head chef and owner Helly, plus a pop up market with each of the artists selling cards and other giftware in the restaurant especially for the launch party! This exhibition will coincide with North Street’s infamous Upfest so there will be a street art led inspiration for this show.

Ostara Exhibition Launch Party

Presenting the opening night of our Spring-Summer exhibition at The Malago restaurant, OSTARA. Curated by Tribe Aisthetica and myself. I will be exhibiting a few pieces of my artwork amongst a selection of featured Bristol artists for this two month showcase of local art. Join us for live music, bubbly, and canapés from head chef and owner Helly, plus a pop up market with each of the artists selling cards and other giftware in the restaurant especially for the launch party! The exhibitors in this show will also be taking part in the Southbank Bristol Arts Trail at The Malago on May 12th & 13th.

Lenten Exhibition Launch Party

Presenting the opening night of our early Spring exhibition at The Malago restaurant, LENTEN. Curated by Tribe Aisthetica and myself. I will be exhibiting a few pieces of my artwork amongst a selection of featured Bristol artists for this two month showcase of local art. Join us for live music, bubbly, and canapés from head chef and owner Helly, plus a pop up market with each of the artists selling cards and other giftware in the restaurant especially for the launch party!

EQUINOX Exhibition at The Malago Restaurant

I’m going to be taking part in a new exhibition titled EQUINOX at The Malago restaurant in Bristol this October and November!

Since I work in the restaurant a couple of days a week it has proved a brilliant partnership for me to also sell my work through it. The new exhibition is curated by Tribe Aisthetica, a new artist support organisation which I am also assisting, and will be the first of six exhibitions held by us throughout the next year with the featured artists changing on a bi-monthly basis.

 

Each exhibition will have a subtle seasonal influence and promote local artists, reflecting The Malago‘s focus on seasonal dishes and locally sourced produce. The restaurant provides us with a really beautiful space to exhibit in and having already been selling Sky Siouki prints in there since May, I’m looking forward to introducing some new original pieces to the mix.

The exhibition will include a varied mixture of painting, illustration, paper-cuts and sculpture with featured artists Victoria Ashdown, Hattie Buckwell, Sophie Galliers, Jessie Jerymn, Emily Krainc and Lisa Travers.

Come along to the private view this coming Monday to meet me and Abi from Tribe Aisthetica and all of the talented artists!  There will be free canapes, prosecco and live music all to be enjoyed! Plus there’ll be 10% off dinner after the viewing if you’d like to stay… the menu is really something special.

The exhibition runs October 2nd – December 2nd 2017.

 

 

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Made In Bristol Gift Fairs 2015

This December I held a stall at the Made In Bristol Christmas Gift Fair at Colston Hall on both December 5th and 12th. I’d been feeling a little deflated after a poor show at the Christmas Maker’s Market which I did on November 29th but the Made In Bristol fairs turned out to be a vast improvement which to be honest was a big relief. My new designs and products have proved extremely popular, particularly the stone coasters but also my giclée prints. So now I’m really keen to do some new designs next year and produce more prints in different sizes and perhaps another coaster set too.

Me and My Stall

I did the Made In Bristol Gift Fairs last year too and each time the day has been very well run without any glitches. There’s always a fantastic selection of work on offer and in fact this year the standard seemed to have gotten even better. Split across four levels there was jewellery, prints, ceramics, clothing, textiles and everything else in-between available all beautifully handmade. My only criticism was the un-festive music left on repeat all day!

My Stall

Colston Hall

Now I’m finished with Christmas markets for the year though and I have to admit I can’t wait for a little break. It’s been a tiring season but I’m looking forward to seeing where Sky Siouki will go next year. Think I may well be at the Made In Bristol Gift Fair again next year as it’s such a well put together event and all of the customers were so lovely too! Hello to any new fans reading this, it was a pleasure to meet you! I’m still taking online orders too, but order by Friday 18th Dec latest if you want something in time for Christmas.