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The Amazing Artists You'll Meet at Living North LIVE in York

The Amazing Artists You'll Meet at Living North LIVE in York
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March 2024
Reading time 3 Minutes

Living North LIVE returns to York Racecourse from 22nd-24th March 2024

Here are just some of the talented artists you'll find at the North's leading lifestyle and shopping event.


This quirky art company sells magical stationery and gifts – think stickers, notepads and keyrings. Sunderland-based Nicole (or Nyx) works from her home studio and loves creating all things whimsical.
Living North loves: Blue Moth bookmark, £2.69

Sue Fenlon

Artist Sue is inspired by the changing seasons and creates a response to this through colour and texture. From coasters and mugs to pretty notebooks, her art is also transformed into plenty of perfect gifts. Her studio is just outside Alnmouth, and her work is inspired by her surroundings and her walks along the coast.
Living North loves: Seashore Spring, £132 canvas

Forme Prints

Forme create illustrations, edit them on a computer and then screen print them onto clothing and accessories. Discovering new techniques and effects all the time, they’re constantly adapting their artwork and focus on being as environmentally-friendly as possible.
Living North loves: Typewriter tote bag, £6


Kilday&Co design, print and hand-make luxury interior decorations and gifts with fun and vibrant prints, many of which are inspired by the natural world. Alice’s designs originate from photography, drawings and paintings of flora and fauna, and are a perfect way to add a pop of colour to your home. Find out more here.
Living North loves: Graffiti large chopping board, £24.50


Illustrating urban landscapes in the form of 3D globes, Ben Staves designs prints depicting our favourite cities, drinking scenes and sporting stadiums across the country (as well as Hogwarts, because why not?).
Living North loves: The Sheffield Globe hand-drawn illustration, £30

Stitch with Hetty

Yorkshire-based Stitch with Hetty sells gifts and home decor made using traditional techniques of hand-sewing and hand-knitting from high quality cottons and yarns. The gifts are perfect for keen sewers and knitters.
Living North loves: Tea Cup pin cushion with decorative pins, £17


From the moody landscapes of the North Yorkshire Moors and Robin Hood’s Bay, to the cobbled streets and stations of Yorkshire’s cities, this new website celebrates prints and original paintings by Yorkshire artist Philip Wiseman as they’re revealed to the public eight years after his death.
Living North loves: Sunset over the East Coast original painting, £400

Emily Ward Art

Emily’s original bright and vibrant artwork is featured on a variety of gifts and homeware from cushions to jigsaws. Working from watercolours and pastels as well as acrylic and charcoal, on both canvas and paper, Emily depicts iconic landmarks across the region and at the Fair she’ll also be taking commissions.
Living North loves: St Mary's Lighthouse jigsaw, £25

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