Pittenweem Arts Festival – We will be in Venue 28, same place as last year in the basement at the top of Water Wynd – August 2024

The ‘girls’ are back in town… (please sing in your best Phil Lynott)

I will be reuniting with jewellers Tracy Wilson, Claire Roche to put on a show at the Pittenweem Arts Festival, Venue number 28 in the Basement of 13B at the top of Water Wynd, Pittenweem in August.

There is an impressive list of invited artists this year, sculptor Charlie Polson and textile designer and quilt maker Pauline Bainbridge, whom I have met at the Hugo Burge Foundation, will be in Venue 18, I am really looking forward to seeing what they bring to the festival. David Mach (yep!!!) and his brother Robert Mach are teaming up to bring us ‘Joint’ and photographer, and filmmaker Liam Dickson – read more about the invited artists here >>

The festival has been taken over by new organisers this year, so we are looking forwards to seeing how things go, and what’s new, and I wish to extend my thanks to the previous organisers for doing such a fantastic job, thanks Jean and Team.

We are looking forward to being together again. Can’t wait to see you there…

Private View

2 Aug, 7 – 9pm
The private view is on Friday the 2nd, please come along and enjoy a preview of our exhibition space and enjoy some chat, we may have nibbles (Alex makes a mean cheese scone) and drinks!


Pittenweem Arts Festival
3 – 10 August, 10am – 5pm

Venue 28
Basement of 13B, top of Water Wynd, Pittenweem, Fife, KY10 2PG

More information

Pittenweem Arts Festival, Venue 28, PV 2 August 7pm - 9pm, 3 - 10 August, 10am - 5pm, Marianne Hazlewood, botanical artist, www,mariannehazlewood.co.uk, Arisaema ringens screen print

Who are we, what do we do and what will we be exhibiting at the festival?

I will be bringing my screenprints and a range of limited edition giclee art prints and cards. I will also be bringing my digitally printed fabrics and wallpapers, derived from various of my illustrations and paintings, I’ll have some new bags, scarves and some furniture.

Claire Roche creates handmade sterling silver and stone jewellery made from a sculptor’s perspective, each piece is a one off.

Tracy Wilson Jewellery is contemporary handmade sterling silver jewellery designed and made in Edinburgh. Tracy’s pieces are often inspired by soundwaves and how individual sound is to everyone and everything.


Marianne Hazlewood, Claire Roche, Tracy Wilson
Cotton Mulmul scarves
Chair reupholstered with Dark dryopteris fabric designed by Marianne Hazlewood