An article about my work in the online version of The Bristol Magazine:
A Platform for Local Art
There is never a dull moment at Bristol Temple Meads. A vibrant hub of activity for commuters heading to and from the city to begin their working day, excited adventurers heaving their backpacks on their shoulders and bidding farewell to Bristol, and don’t even get me started on the colourful array of artwork lining the platforms.
Local artist Emily Ketteringham is a screen printing artist and printmaker with a passion for Bristol’s quirks and colourful contours.
See full article A Platform for Local Art
My latest Bristol cityscape is almost ready – I just need to paint the unicorn on top of the
Council House a nice bright gold.
A selection of my screen prints, and giclee prints are now on show at the Grain Barge in Bristol. They will be there until the 29th of November. My newest big landscape is included in the show – I couldn’t leave it out as the Grain Barge itself features bottom right.
My latest Giclée is now finished and ready to be seen.
It shows the sweeping vista from Ashton Court includes landmarks such as the Wills Building, Cabot Tower, and two of the three Bonded Warehouses.
There is an interview with me about my work on the UK Handmade website if you fancy a read…