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Flower Power!

19/10/2015

This is also the time of year for planting the Springtime joy – burying bulbs into the ground and waiting for the beautiful colours to burst forth flower power in a couple of months is the closest I get to a treasure hunt these days and it’s an absolute pleasure.

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Sarah Manton

Every Drawing Tells a Story…

30/09/2015

Having spent much of the summer in fancy dress, enthusing children to ‘Step Into a Story’, recreating book covers with Broomhill Children’s Centre and Hucknall Library and a goodly few weeks getting excited about making fantastic little sketchbooks with Big Draw activity organisers from all over Nottinghamshire, the bookish crescendo is finally…

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Curious?

20/05/2015

I’ve opened a little pop-up shop!… Curious? is the name of this fine establishment and it’s based in Nottingham’s Creative Quarter, opposite the iconic Ice Nine at 8 Goose Gate. As well as my papercut artworks and upcycled curiosities (see what I did there?), Curious? also features the work of a carefully…

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Disturbing Manton

Ayup, ahm on Notts TV!

14/10/2014

My purple Dr Marten’s boots are featuring heavily in this interview I did for Notts TV (which pleases me), but once you get beyond their *volume* you can hear about lots of the great stuff that’s going on in Nottingham’s Creative Quarter at the moment.

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Sarah Manton Paper & Textiles

Ssssshhhhhh…. It’s a Secret (Garden Craft Fair)

17/06/2014

Half past year already!… How did THAT happen quite so quickly?… June means only one thing – Sherwood Art Week! This year, as well as my work being displayed as part of the ‘Art in Shops’ initiative (I’ll be filling the window at Oxfam and also have a piece of work in…

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Greenfields Display

Paper Cutting with 5 year olds, you say?!

08/04/2014

Greenfields School in Nottingham held an Artist Week and I was lucky enough to be invited along to introduce paper cutting skills to the 5 and 6 year old pupils

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