Over 30 artists got involved with the Toys Exhibition in a bid to raise money for the Wallace & Gromit Foundation.
The Toys Exhibition was based within the Christmas Steps Gallery in Bristol for 10 days in November 2014.
The website advertises a plethora of artwork including:
“printed and three dimensional toys, puzzles, knick knacks, games, whirligigs, mobiles, zim zams, plushies, doodads, fandangles and much more.”
It’s always so refreshing seeing fun and art merge together. The moment you step into the Christmas Steps gallery you are hit by weird and wonderful art pieces, it’s not just toys but sculptures, figurines – this is basically an art equivalent of Toys’r’us. It’s a mecca of fun and colour. The last day of the exhibition was today so I thought I’d show you what you missed out on…
Don’t forget to check out the Grand Appeal site here
<h3>A few photos from the exhibition</h3>
Amy Victoria Marsh’s ‘Toy Town’ was one of the two highlights of the show for me. The intricate detail of all of the pieces reeled you in, making you suddenly feel like a BFG looking into a miniature world. Toy Town according to Amy is a fun and playful world with humorous twists and turns that Ballamory could only dream of!
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