Work from the PRSC People's Art Fair: Winter Edition is now available online

Work from the PRSC People's Art Fair: Winter Edition is now available online

Posted on: 11 Jan 2021

Explore a huge collection of pieces from the PRSC's first-ever virtual art show.


Artwork from the People's Republic of Stokes Croft's (PRSC) People's Art Fair: Winter Edition is available to purchase online, with more than 200 pieces currently for sale.


Consisting of a wide range of work submitted by over 40 artists, the show was one of the PRSC's most ambitious yet, featuring everything from spray painting and screen prints to metalwork, light installations, sculpture and much more.


Initially due to open in November 2020, the organisers were forced to move the exhibition online due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis and eventual introduction of a second UK lockdown.


You can still access the People's Art Fair: Winter Edition here for a limited time, before the team start (virtually) dismantling the exhibition on Tuesday 12 January.



A real celebration of local creativity, the People’s Art Fair: Winter Edition featured established local artists alongside young emerging talent exhibiting for the first time.


Whether celebrating everyday beauty, exploring issues of race or gender, challenging power dynamics or capturing a fantasy on canvas, the work on display offered up something for everyone, and represented all corners of Bristol's vibrant artistic community.


Now, under a third nationwide lockdown, the PRSC team are encouraging you to browse the full collection, featuring spray paint, collage, photography, cyanotype, stencils, bone china, sculpture, acrylics, clay, illustration, glass painting, fairy lights, beeswax, biro ink and more.


From smaller pieces starting at £10 or £20 to street art prints and fine art, you can shop a great range of work in the knowledge that every purchase supports a Bristol-based artist and contributes to the local creative economy.


Head to the PRSC website to find out more about the People's Art Fair, explore the virtual exhibition or browse the full collection of Bristol-made artwork.

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Matt Robson


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