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Palace Art and Craft Fair returns for the third year at Fulham Palace
Daniel Ablitt, Barefoot.
LONDON.- Returning to London for the third year, the Palace Art and Craft Fair is organised by the team behind the highly successful and well established Brighton Art Fair, MADE LONDON and MADE BRIGHTON. In 2013, the fair becomes an art, craft and design fair; a small scale more intimate event showcasing highest quality and original contemporary art and design across all media.

Set in the beautiful grounds and main building of Fulham Palace, the environment for viewing and buying is perfect! Fulham Palace is a hidden gem in central London – a beautiful and historic Tudor/Georgian Palace - formerly the country home of the Bishops of London right by the river at Putney Bridge, just a 10 minute tube ride from central London. A cafe with large terrace overlooking the gardens will provide space to relax, take refreshment and contemplate purchases. Bishop's Park is adjacent to Fulham Palace, and has also seen a remarkable renovation project with 'city beach', play area and skate zone.

The Palace Art and Craft Fair will feature over 120 contemporary artists and designers exhibiting and selling their work direct to the public. The atmosphere is friendly and informal and provides the ideal opportunity for first time buyers and collectors to discover, talk to and buy direct from up and coming and well established artists.

Painters, printmakers, ceramicists, photographers and sculptors are chosen in a rigorous and competitive selection process to represent the most exciting and eclectic work across as wide a variety of methods and subjects as possible. Similarly we select beautiful and unique jewellery, textiles, glass, ceramics, furniture and much more with which to wow our visitors.

Tickets are available on the door priced £8 (children under 14 free). Entrance includes an exhibitor catalogue.






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