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Meet The Artists Exhibiting at Living North LIVE in Newcastle

Meet The Artists Exhibiting at Living North LIVE in Newcastle
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April 2024
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Living North LIVE returns to Newcastle Racecourse from 19th-21st April!

Here are just some of the talented artists you can meet at the North's leading lifestyle and shopping event.
Dunstanburgh Castle mixed media original painting

Ray Stephenson Art
Newcastle-born Ray Stephenson has always had a passion for drawing and painting and worked as a graphic artist in a number of studios in and around the city. Working in a variety of mediums, but predominantly watercolour, he sells his paintings via his website The Arty Northumbrian, and on Etsy.
Living North loves: Dunstanburgh Castle mixed media original painting, £40

St Mary’s Lighthouse jigsaw

Emily Ward Art
Emily’s 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 from the Angel of the North to Penshaw Monument in changing seasons, and at the Fair she’ll also be taking commissions.
Living North loves: St Mary’s Lighthouse jigsaw, £25

Seashore Spring canvas

Sue Fenlon
Newcastle-born 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 she paints from her walks along the coast. At the Fair Sue will be selling original paintings from the coast and landscape of Northumberland.
Living North loves: Seashore Spring canvas, £132

 Blue Cow Parsley velvet cushion

From Loft to Loved
This home and gift shop based in Sedgefield promotes a passion for creativity and recycling. Kim and Sarah source items to create unique pieces for your home as well as offering workshops for both beginners and professionals. They sell cushions, wall decor, homeware and furniture.
Living North loves: Blue Cow Parsley velvet cushion, £60 

Rider on the Tyne limited edition, signed print

Sam Wood Art
Sam is a contemporary figurative artist based in the North East. Created mainly in oil paint, Sam’s artwork is inspired by everyday surroundings – most notably the people and architecture of Newcastle.
Living North loves: Rider on the Tyne limited edition, signed print, £39–£60

 Clear inland vase

Jane Charles Studio Glass
Jane Charles is one of the last independent glass makers in the North East. With more than 40 years’ experience using the traditional blown hot glass method, she makes a wide range of paperweights, perfume bottles, vases, bowls and sculptures. Find out more about her business at
Living North loves: Clear inland vase, £132

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