These Two Hands
When I opened my shop on Sandy Park Road in October 2021, I met so many incredible artists and makers living just a few roads away, many of whom I now stock. I wanted to start our very own BS4 arts trail to help raise awareness of all the brilliant creatives in this part of Bristol as we are one of the few postcodes not to have one. I am so excited to be going ahead this year and I hope it will be the first of many BS4 arts trails!
Website: https://thesetwohands.co.uk Instagram @thesetwohandsuk
Glass artist, Corbeau Press
Jessica Bartlett (The Corbeau Press) is an artist who hand engraves glass from her garden studio making beautiful nature inspired gifts and homeware. Jess connected with Naomi when she opened These Two Hands on the local high street. Having taken part in other trails across the city she has often wondered why BS4 doesn’t have one yet as there are so many wonderful creatives tucked into the hills and so is delighted to be a part of this first one. Jess will be opening her garden glass studio for the first time as part of the trail and looks forward to meeting you all.
Illustrator and linocut printmaker
Becca is an illustrator and linocut printmaker living and working in Brislington, where she has a home studio. Her work focusses primarily on themes of wildlife conservation and folklore, aiming to invite viewers to look more deeply at our native flora and fauna. Illustration clients include The Bumblebee Conservation Trust, National Trust Books, BBC History Magazine, The Folio Society and the Washington Post. Becca will be based at St Anne’s House for the Trail weekend.