The Affordable Art Fair comes to Bristol

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

This weekend sees the annual Affordable Art Fair return to Bristol.  On the 19th - 21st September in it's usual home at the Brunel's Old Station, Temple Meads, the fair is a fantastic chance to browse, buy and enjoy contemporary art.  55 galleries from both the local area and nationwide will showcase a range of paintings, original prints, sculpture and photography.  With pieces priced between £40 to £4,000, there is something for everyone.

Many Bristol based artists will have their work exhibited there.  Artists including Charles Emerson, Tim Lane, Emma Dibben (who has had her beautiful illustrations in our Made in Britain shop - including the beetroots above) and Dorcas Casey.   

South West-based galleries at the fair include Lime Tree Gallery, See No Evil, Bristol Contemporary Art, Leonora Martin, Paragon Gallery, Churchgate Gallery, and Wychwood Art. 

We at MIB HQ love to visit the fair, it's a fantastic chance to see a broad range of contemporary artwork all under one roof.  For more information please visit their website.

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