May 27, 2022
Artists and writers who showcase and sell their work at the SJT store in Scarborough.

Ramshell-based artist Lane Arnison Stephen Joseph is the shop chairperson in the foyer of the theater.

“SJT’s store has for many years been a successful gathering of local artists and makers,” said Lane. “Cowade knocked us out for six but we have emerged like a phoenix and now we have a full complement of local artists and composers who offer unique artwork, gifts and books.

“It’s great to be part of the team here and everyone comes up with new ideas to help each other improve shop profiles as well as cover shop shifts because we are all volunteers.”

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Lane is going to a curious theater. Some of his works have been inspired by film and theater, including portraits of Sir Alan Eckburn, Stephen Joseph, Oscar Wilde, Barry Rotter, Whitney and Stephen Joseph Theater Building.

In pictures: Artists and writers are exhibiting their work here.

Lane has also been an artist at Burton Agence Hall for many years and has had some of his work available for purchase at the store ever since.

She also uses archival images from her hometown of Morley to create charcoal drawings.

He said: “One of the advantages of the last two years is that it has made our minds more focused on being creative as well as appreciating the creativity of others and this is reflected in the art and gifts available at the theater shop. . “

Speth, who lives in Scalby, was a nurse. She has always been interested in art and graduated in 2000 from the University of Hill Scarborough campus. Spath took her to Scotland and specialized in oil painting with artist Eleanor White in Olapole.

She paints landscapes in oil and has also developed an interest in botanical subjects.

Born in Scarborough, she now lives near Whitby. He studied Fine Art at Medstone College of Art and Theater Design at Motley Theater Design School. Xu has worked as a designer for 43 years and works primarily in opera. She also displays in-store anchorages – a skill she developed during the lockdown.

Helen Ventress He left Trotsdale at the age of 12 and returned to Scarborough six years ago.

He taught further education and spent the last 20 years of his career as Head of Art and Design at Harrogate College and York College.

She works with a group of potters based at the St. James Arts Center Ceramic Studio and uses brightly colored clay to decorate all kinds of pottery.

Its utensils are hand-made or discarded. Her cats came to the theater just before Christmas.

Angela Veer, based in Scarborough She works for the Advocacy Alliance, obtains her wood from a local gardener and then uses it as a ‘canvas’ for her wildlife paintings. Her love for nature goes back to her late father Peter. She also makes and sells cushions and lamp shades.

Taxi driver Simon James Smith Is an abstract photographer. He worked for aviation insurance in London for 30 years and moved back to his hometown of Scarborough during the second lockdown.

He has had solo exhibitions in London, has been highly acclaimed in three prestigious competitions and has been published in magazines. She contributes to the Scarborough News readers’ picture pages.

Lazy Skyhall, a retired teacher and costume designer During last year’s lockdown – she met at a course in Norfolk on the recommendation of an artist – she moved from London to Scarborough. She paints in oil and has a studio in the Old Parcel Office at Scarborough Railway Station. He and his dog Mivvy – a Westie Bichon – can often be seen strolling in Peaholm Park.

Retired Probation Office Felix Hoodcraft The store sells its poetry collections – full of relationships and emotions with the people it meets.

Shirley Shepherd, She also has a gallery in Blands Cliff, which displays and sells her ceramics and paintings. His most recent work is porcelain. Shirley also championes the work of other artists.

Liz Crayon, She works for Crofts Chocolates in Scarborough, using the shop to display her pencil drawings. During the lockdown, he also started making embroidered hoops.

Charlotte Hill, a textile expert Makes jewelry, scarves and clothes, has a shop in the market vault.

Robert Marshall of Scarborough He started writing after retiring from the bakery business.

Among the books on sale are the biographies of Bob the Baker and Bob the Biker. He also writes science fiction.

Retired State Registered Nurse Suzanne Jackman Writes under the name of Marshall. Her Mill Children, which she published via Amazon, was a huge hit. “I loved writing as a child,” said Suzanne, who lives in Scalby.

She is associated with Felix and Robert at the Scarborough Poetry Workshop, which is about to resume live performances.

Elena Treadwell is from Russia and has lived in England for 25 years. She makes hats of all shapes and sizes.

Other artists who have worked and sold at SJT’s shop include Jenny Weston, Adam King and Sharon Hudson.

Customers can also pick up craft chocolates from the outlet.

Opening hours are: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday: 5pm to 7.30pm.

Thursday from noon to 7.30 pm Friday from 2.30pm to 2.30pm. 5pm to 7.30pm and Saturday afternoon to 7.30pm.

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