We are delighted to be hosting some amazing local artists here at Precision Imaging for Open Studios 2023. The event takes place across a range of venues in Birmingham on Sat/Sun 23rd/24th September and Sat 30th Sep / Sun 1st Oct. The event runs from 11am to 5pm at Precision Imaging on the first weekend only. Come and join us to see some awesome art and jewellery, and to sample some locally brewed beer.
Having been a sponsor and supporter of this great local event for the past few years we are thrilled to be able to be a host some of the great artists on show this year. With special thanks to the team at Attic Brew for their supporting in sponsoring the event here at Stirchley Studios.
We’re looking forward to welcoming you here for this unique event, here’s the line up…
“I am interested in the physicality of the process of painting and use my energy to create paintings that reflect this.”
“I am a pointillist artist, which means I spend tens of hours meticulously creating each of my images from hundreds of thousands of hand-applied ink dots. Though this medium is incredibly slow, it does allow me to create fantastic detail, depth and textures. My work tends to be focused on cultural history which for me includes archaeology, religion, mythology and spirituality. Among this esoteric themes I also fit in depictions of animals and birds, though these also often have a spiritual or mythical significance.”
Cola Cube Clay
COLACUBECLAY is bold and beautiful handmade polymer clay jewellery made in Stirchley, Birmingham. The aim of COLACUBECLAY jewellery is to bring confidence and joy to whoever wears it.
“Birmingham born and bred, and drawing since I was a lad. All I wanted to do was this.
This is not art with secret meanings, beyond anyone’s comprehension. This is stuff that means something to you. A large abstract shaping your future dreams, representations of buildings and scenery to brighten up a board room….It’s useful, thoughtful, and most importantly, always unique.”
“A fine artist working in charcoal, Indian ink and pastel.
I specialise in portraiture and my passion for music inspires my portraits of music icons.
Locally based with a worldwide reach.”
“Birmingham based artist, I specialise in line art using pens and Japanese paintings depicting the geisha and samurai culture.”