Northwich Art Market May 12th

Come along to our first Northwich Art Market.

May 12th 2017 2pm – 9pm

We are excited to be running our first Northwich Art Market. This will be tied into a national cycling event ‘The Tour Series‘ as it winds its way around the country from Redditch to Aberdeen, calling at Northwich on May 12th! This promises to be a huge event for Northwich and will offer a fun atmosphere for all of the family, and it is being televised by Channel4 too!

We are so pleased to welcome a mix of Artists and Crafters to our Northwich Art Market, with demonstrations and products to sell we suggest that you take some time to stop and browse.

Northwich offers a fabulous place to stop and shop, with FREE car parking and a fabulous blend of national and independent retailers as well as award winning tourist attractions on the door step, it is certainly somewhere to explore.

If you are planning to stay in the area then come back on Saturday and experience our very own Artisan Market! Find out more about visiting Northwich, our town and local attractions – Click Here

Our confirmed list of artists is:

  • Visual Arts Cheshire (VAC) website
  • Brigitte Watkinson (Watercolour & crafts) website
  • Lindsey Berbridge (Crafts) website
  • Christine Wilcox-Baker (Sculpture)
  • Samie Cain (Acrylic Art) website
  • Jean Briers (Portraits) website
  • Lea Williams (Acrylic Ink Portraits) website
  • Rebecca Todd (Alcohol Ink)
  • David Cameron (Ethereal art) website
  • Carol Dooley (Paintings & Cards)
  • Claire Crawford (Prints, Cards, Keyrings and mugs) website
  • Jane Percival-Stewart (Oils) website
  • Bernice Tackley (Original Art, Prints, Cards) website
  • Chris Newsham (Artworks & Textiles)

Northwich Art Market is being run in partnership between Northwich Art Shop and Northwich BID (Business Improvement District)


Art Demonstrations – Rebecca Yoxall

We were entertained by the very talented Rebecca (Bec) Yoxall working with Acrylic paints to create a loose and flowing floral canvas recently.

Bec showed us how to create a blocked-out background using Winsor & Newton’s Powder Blue Galeria Acrylic and, then working from a couple of photographs for reference, she crafted a painting of blousy flowers. Bec was working with Winsor & Newton Acrylic paints (and a few others …  ahem!). The Galeria range of paints are suitable for students and semi-professional artists. Offering great value they are available in tubes and pots.

The demonstration was well attended and everyone enjoyed their evening with Northwich Art Shop.

Thanks to Bec and to Winsor & Newton for sponsoring this event!

  • To find out more about Rebecca’s work you can click here
  • To see more events from Northwich Art Shop click here
  • To see what is happening at Winnington Hall click here