Jane Francis – “I’ve recently taken the exciting step of having some of my artwork professionally copied and made into prints and greeting cards, hopefully making my work more accessible to a larger audience.”
Has anybody else had experience with turning their artwork into prints and/or cards? Did you manage to reach out to a wider audience; what were your experiences with quality of prints, and how did having this done effect your practice as an artist?
You’ll find Jane’s prints and cards at Maker, 2a High Street Inverkeithing, and My Cherry Pie at 301 High Street Kirkcaldy.
“The intricate details and patterns in my drawings come directly from the doodles I spent years covering all my books in school with. I use the thinest black pen I can find, and doodle for hours every day in the quietest place I can find. My technique has developed to include pens, Ink, pencils, watercolours and lately acrylic painted dots and spirals.”
Ann’s Doodles is an artist who has built a well-deserved reputation on her fantastically detailed and imaginative original drawings, prints, colouring books and book illustrations, all beloved by her fans! Inverkeithing Arts Initiative are delighted that she has agreed to join us for our latest INVERKEITHING FESTIVE MAKERS MARKET on Saturday 12th December 11AM – 4.30PM
Jenny Stewart is a local amateur artist whose charming and fresh creations make ideal gifts as well as treats for yourself. Her work is peopled with various delightful ‘furry friends’ including a highland coo, a Scottish ram, deer, puffins, mice and even pandas! She also makes lovely tableaus of children playing, as well as taking commissions for portraits, pet portraits and baby gifts. Her work will be for sale at our Spring Into Summer Art and Craft Fair on Saturday May 2nd,11am-5pm.
Inverkeithing Civic Centre, Queen Street, KY11 1PA
Jenny will also be showing off prints from her new collection ‘A Cat for all Seasons’!