Posts tagged ‘Louise Bradley’

March 13, 2014

cocktail sobranie

New work by 36 Lime Street member Louise Bradley, ‘cocktail sobranie’, painted cigar press in two parts.  Available to see at the Spring Salon Sale coming up on 23rd March, 10 – 5.  Find Louise on Level 2.  Louise will be exhibiting at the Customs House and the Toffee Factory as part of the International Print Biennale 2014.

cocktail sobranie by Louise Bradley

cocktail sobranie by Louise Bradley


September 8, 2013

New silk screen prints by Louise Bradley for Brighton Art Fair

Brighton Art Fair, from September 20th to 22nd, is celebrating its 10th year and is bringing together over 100 of the best contemporary artists from the UK and abroad.  This includes 36 Lime Street’s Louise Bradley, who’ll be showing new silk screen prints and drawings.

Contact Louise if you’ll be in the area for tickets – via her website


May 14, 2013

Arte Povera @36 Lime Street Gallery

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Louise Bradley

Louise Bradley

Louise Bradley’s piece ‘The Absence of Cigars’ made from a found object and leftover paint.

Presented as part of The Late Shows 2013.

The Late Shows marks the international event ‘Museums at Night’, which takes place across Europe. For further information visit

The Late Shows is managed by Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums.

April 23, 2012

The Late Shows news

36 Lime Street will be taking part the citywide ‘Late Shows’ again this year.  Lime Street artists, designers and makers will be opening up their studios and offering workshops to late night visitors.
The exhibition in the gallery space ‘In Cahoots’ is themed on collaboration.  We will be sharing ideas and colluding to make exciting new work. Is this consensus or split personality art?
These events will take place in May on Friday 18th and Saturday 19th, 7-11pm
For further information contact Maggie Walker
Louise Bradley and Helena Seget
The famous children’s book ‘The Owl Service’ by Alan Garner provides the theme for this collaborative project between fine artist Louise Bradley and porcelain designer Helena Seget.  Louise’s graphics, full of mystery and allusion, match the sinuous forms of Helena’s hand-crafted plates to create a homage to the original owl ‘service’. In Garner’s book, published in 1967, and still a favourite, three young people discover some old plates with impressionistic patterns that come together to form designs of strange, symbolic owls, resurrecting a legendary ghost.
Both Louise Bradley and Helena Seget are based at 36 Lime Street Studios in Newcastle, which is also where the plates will be on display as part of the ‘In Cahoots’ exhibition during the Late Shows Event 2012.Louise will also be running a workshop creating 3-D paper owls.

Lee Turner runs Hole Editions, a collaborative printmaking workshop specializing in hand lithography from his studio on level 2 in 36 Lime Street. As part of ‘In Cahoots’ he is showing colour lithographs which have been produce closely with American artist David Leigh and our very own Lime Street based Paul Merrick.

Presented as part of The Late Shows 2012.