Artist Emily Ketteringham

Minuteman Press Bristol is delighted to be hosting the work of Bristol artist Emily Ketteringham.

Emily has created many colourful screen prints and charming drawings of buildings and iconic locations in Bristol and the area. A selection of Emily’s work has been reproduced by Minuteman Press Bristol using our large format Hewlett Packard inkjet press.

Emily’s artwork is distinctive and great fun. Simple illustrative lines are brought to life by rich areas of bold colour or pattern. The technique lends itself perfectly to the subjects depicted, such as the brightly coloured houses of Ambrose Hill, the Tobacco Factory and areas of Southville – all of which are popular scenes in Bristol.

Emily’s pictures are on display in the windows of our print centre at 15-19 Nelson Parade, BS3 4HY.

Emily welcomes commissions and her work can be seen here.


A Call to Arts

Following exhibitions of work by local artists Emily Ketteringham and Jason Lunn, Minuteman Press Bristol has issued a call to other talented Bristol artists who would like their work displayed prominently in the windows of our Bedminster print centre.

The most recent display features the distinctive creations of Emily Ketteringham, which was a collection of six screen prints and collages depicting colourful buildings and locations in Bristol.

Peter Wise, director of Minuteman Press Bristol, said: “The sheer number of passers by that stop and smile as they view the artwork displays has been a really pleasant surprise. We hoped that fellow Bristolians would enjoy seeing Bristol in art and we’ve not been disappointed.”

Ryan Smith, Minuteman Press’s graphic designer, added: “The vision was to combine art with commerce, and to be able to give something back to the community. It is great that we have been able to achieve this.”