Roll up, roll up! Create your own circus at Wilderness Festival

Roll up, roll up! Create your own circus at Wilderness Festival

This is part of our series highlighting the talented Bridgeman Studio artists that are taking part in the festival activity in Oxfordshire’s exquisite Cornbury Estate.

Welcome to the Circus workshop at Wilderness Festival
Book here Friday 6pm – 7pm / 7 August 2015                                    
Bring a circus to life in front of your very eyes with Ele Grafton‘s diorama workshop. Ele will aid your journey into a world of astonishing acrobatics and shocking stunts by illustrating how to build up a 3D framed image using vintage pictures

Ele Grafton
Ele Grafton

Ele Grafton is an artist and illustrator based in a studio in West London. She has worked with a variety of organisations in the art world, including The Art Fund and an art consultancy. As a Fine Art graduate, Grafton specialises in intricate light boxes and delicate watercolour drawings of animals.

Left: Castle light box, 2013 by Ele Grafton / Bridgeman Images Right: Cottage light box, 2012 by Ele Grafton / Bridgeman Images
Left: Castle light box, 2013 by Ele Grafton / Bridgeman Images
Right: Cottage light box, 2012 by Ele Grafton / Bridgeman Images
Although most of Grafton’s work reflects nature, she is also a self-confessed lover of patterns, buildings, all things geometric, and… chocolate.
Bridgeman proudly represent Ele Grafton as one of our Bridgeman Studio artists for copyright administration and licensing.
Read more about the artist on her website.

THE WILDERNESS STUDIO  With Bridgeman Studio
Fine Art, in a field, at a festival…

Left: © Pollyanna Illustration / Bridgeman Images Right: © Wilderness Festival
Left: © Pollyanna Illustration / Bridgeman Images
Right: © Wilderness Festival

Set inside a canvas marquee, the studio boasts a classroom space, exhibition shop and reception. From life drawing to graphic illustration, paper sculpture to collage, screen printing to lomography, Wilderness are working with contemporary partners to deliver art classes with a difference.

The aim is to not only expose the lay creative to new skills but to brush off the slightly middle-age dust associated with art classes, bringing a contemporary flavour. Read more

Wilderness Festival will take place this summer from 6 – 9 August in Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire.

 

Related Articles:

Gearing Up for Eliza Southwood 

Get Festival Ready with Isobel Barber

Calling all creatives and designers. Win a commission to create the Wilderness Festival map:
Enter the Bridgeman Studio Award 2015 Competition

Save

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*