Balnacra Arts & Pottery by Vicky Stonebridge

Belladrum Festival

We are just back from Belladrum festival where i delivered a couple of comic strip workshops. I’m far too sleep deprived to write much so here are some photos instead. IT was great fun, I loved it!

Getting ready for my Comic strip drawing workshop- On the left Cosmonauts Elena and Anna from The Highland- Russia Connections charity.

Day One of the Comic drawing workshops

Getting from A to B involved navigating, mud, over zealous stewards, the longest possible routes through a labyrinth of fences- guarded of course by the dreaded “you can’t go this way!” yellow jackets – This took three hours negotiating the first day and we nearly didn’t get to the tent where I was workshopping at all! Its not often you’ll see me do a Diva strop, not very dignified with baubles in hair let me tell you !

One of the art installations was lots of Pianos in the woodlands…..

Bella the Highland Coo

Three young men Sporting the latest in sporran wear

and later on the day they appear to have gathered some girls phone numbers as tattoos

Another Art piece

Aliens stopping by for cream teas

 a wishing tree

day two of the Comic workshops, lots of sleepy children focusing on drawing for an hour or so.

bagpipe and drums.

Alien abduction.

Slouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

a Wicker Horse

Ukulele Karaoke

Newton Faulkner gets the crowds jumping with his version of Bohemian Rhapsody.

Bootilicious workout.

Burning Logs

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