Want to find a unique Christmas gift ... then check out the work of Carolyn Letten and Lindsey Tyson who are opening their studios at Scarborough's Woodend
Artists Carolyn Letten and Lindsey Tyson will be opening their studios at Woodend in Scarborough to the public on Saturday December 4 and Sunday December 5.
Carolyn, in the Folly by the gardens, is a textile artist and creative hand and machine embroidery tutor, who creates free motion machine embroidered textile art inspired by the Yorkshire coast and moors
Carolyn will be offering her beautiful cards, embroidered fish, landscapes and Christmas decorations for sale, as well as textile workshop dates for next year and her pet portraits, for which she takes commissions.
A selection of Carolyn’s work can be found at https://www.facebook.com/thebobbinbird/Lindsey, best known for her sophisticated felt wares, is moving her focus to that of painting, and as well as selling her last few remaining felt gifts/ products, cards and felt pictures, will be exhibiting and selling her latest paintings.
Lindsey’s abstract paintings and felt-work can be found at www.lindseytyson.com and Art www.lindsytyson.artIt is a great opportunity to purchase a unique gift for a loved one this Christmas.
FIND another Christmas art exhibition hereLindsey will be handing out her homemade mince pies too.
Eat Me, has opened a café in Woodend and will be open on the Saturday, offering great coffee, cake and savouries.
The studios are open on Saturday December 4 from 10amto 4pm and on Sunday December 5 from 11am to 3pm.