Scandinavian art and design sale in Angel

 Location:England, London

Need a few new pieces for your living room wall? If so, don't miss a Scandinavian 'Cash and Carry' art and design sale on 3 December in Angel in London.

Following a successful art sale in their studio in Whitechapel, Norwegian illustrator Maria Sletbakk Berge and Swedish printmaker Bess Frimodig, are collaborating with jeweller Michelle Krausz on a Christmas cash and carry sale at Candid Art in Angel.

Maria Sletbakk Berge is a Norwegian illustrator and designer with a degree from Glasgow School of Art and Designskolen Kolding, Denmark. She moved to London almost five years ago to pursue a career in the creative industries, from fashion illustration to web design.

Bess Frimodig is a Scandinavian by heart, but left Sweden at an early age to study in Japan and then USA. She is currently a tutor as well as a successful printmaker with exhibitions throughout the world.

Michelle Krausz is a successful, London-based, contemporary jeweller. She produces high quality and originally designed pieces for men and women, including diamond, wedding, engagement, silver, gold and platinum rings as well as bangles, bracelets and ear rings.

The idea of Cash&Carry is exactly what it sounds like. Instead of orders and little red dots, the buyer pays for the art or design pieces and the work comes off the wall then to carry home. The event is a social gathering a bit like a private view.

The artists/designers are focused on trying to make the items affordable. There will be prints, cards and drawings as well as some clothes and accessories. All images are sold with frames, and ready to go. There will be served Gløgg and "Pepperkaker".

'Cash&Carry, Art&Design'
Wednesday 3 December 6-9pm
One studio complex (buzzer 3)
Candid Art Studios
5, Torrens Street
London, EC1V 1NQ
Nearest tube: Angel


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Maria S. Berge, "Fashion illustration".

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