Welcome back to the studio on Saturday the 13th, open as usual.Please pop in to browse lots of quirky, unique Swedish arts & crafts in the “Swedish Cottage”. Combined with a day of lots of spinning wheels of the Tour The Britain Cyclists on Madeira Drive (right on top of my studio) it will be great day.
Oh So Swedish Arts & Crafts Seafront studio will be closed on Sunday the 29th of June Instead we will having a “Oh So Swedish Stall with Scandinavian Handmade crafts in the beautiful Queens Park on their annual PicNic in the Park event. All very warmth welcome!
The Swedish Granite Stone Masonry in Bohuslän, along the west coast of Sweden. A rock hard craftmanshift, that builded roads, paths, steps, sculptures, jewellery & gravestones around Sweden. The simple yet beautiful texture and colours, a long lasting heritage of the … Continue reading
Illustrator & Printmaker Sarah Edmond’s Scandinavian Prints and Patterns including “Sketchbook from Sweden” will be up until the 7th Still time to see it in the Oh So Swedish studio on the Brighton Seafront. Welcome – Välkomna
Sarah Edmonds – Sketchbook & Scandinavian patterns, maps and motifs on display in Oh So Swedish Arts & Craft Studio. Sarah Edmonds is an illustrator and designer who has recently moved to Brighton from Wales. Her work is populated by unusual human and animal characters set against wild and urban backgrounds and takes inspiration from wordplay, … Continue reading
Oh So Swedish Arts & Crafts wish you all a very Happy Easter or as we say in Swedish – GLAD PÅSK. Oh So Swedish Studio on the Brighton Seafront will be closed today, Easter Saturday but open as normal on Easter Sunday and Easter Monday. … Continue reading
Oh So Swedish on Brighton Beach will celebrate ABBA 40th anniversary with ABBA-quiz, ABBA-cake and of course lots of ABBA-tunes. Welcome to a special day ABBA-themed day in Oh So Swedish Arts & Craft Studio on Sunday afternoon between 1- 5 pm. * It’s April the first today..but … Continue reading
Why not treat MUM with something Swedish for Mothers Day or any day of the year? The Swedish “Mors Dag” is celebrated the last Sunday of May. A Swedish tradition for children is to go out and pick a bunch of Lilies of the Valley, give a handmade gift or to serve breakfast in bed, as a special treat. … Continue reading