Thursday, 22 December 2011

Thank You & Happy Holidays!

We would like to thank everyone who has supported SAP Studios (Snaresbrook Arts Project) throughout 2011, especially

  • Mick Parker, Sharon Church and her daughters Kirsten and Chloe for their invaluable support throughout the year;
  • Clare Solomon and Nadera for volunteering their time to support us;
  • Lucia Molnarova for her continuous support even after moving on to greener pastures;
  • Zeeshan Khaliq for the invaluable support by supplying our printing material, including Christmas Cards, free of charge;
  • The shops Blush Temples, Heads & Tails, Natural & Simple, Orange Tree and the Cherry Tree Cafe in Wanstead High Street for selling our products;
  • Donna Mizzi for supporting the promotion of the project;
  • All the staff who train and support our workers;
  • All our workers who are the source of inspiration for the project to continue.

We wish you all a very happy Christmas and all the best for the New Year!

A little sparkle at Christmas....

Saturday was the last event of the year so everyone came along to join in the fun and get in the festive spirit at the Sprinkle Fair in Wanstead.....

Here was our table with all our sparkling handmade items...

Our raffle was also a success with five lucky winners! Each got a choice from two of James Bull's paintings, several toys and a Christmas Cake. All the money raised will go to the aid of SAP Studios and Haven House.

Here's the lucky winners of one of James' paintings....

The amazing Christmas cake up for offer....

A big thank you again to Donna Mizzi for organising the fair, and to Hana and Zanaib Malik for making and selling the delicious cupcakes in support of our project!

Thursday, 8 December 2011

The Sparkle Fair glimpse.......

Next week end is the Sparkle Fair in Wanstead and we just wanted to give you a glimpse of the great things on offer.
We've got a great selection of Christmas cards designed by our workers. A pack of 10 big (A5 size) assorted cards costs £4.00 and we are now taking orders for them. We could also make a pack with only the cards you chose if you would like to order them! Please get in touch if you would like to place an order.

We also make some delicious cakes, well that's what we've been told and who are we to argue! On offer at the last event was this amazing giant cupcake which was raffled off to one lucky winner. All proceeds from the cake stall go towards SAP Studio, so no excuse not to get stuck in!

James also raffled off one of his unique and colourful paintings, here he is with the winner!

There are loads of great gifts on offer, all made from the workers, like these themed tins which can also be personalised for your loved ones.

Be sure not to miss out on all the lovely items next Saturday and help support the Snaresbrook Arts Project in the process.

Thursday, 1 December 2011

Monday, 27 June 2011

Summer Time

We have started summer with lots of excitement and great news.

The whole team at Snaresbrook Art Project got together to create and put together a giant necklace called “Endless Chain” to celebrate Learning disability Week 2011, and once again our work was selected to be exhibited at the Tate Modern on 21 June. We were all pleased and excited to see not only this year’s Necklace displayed, but also to see our Red Bus, which was the winner of 2010, featured at the exhibition.

We are now busy creating our new selection of top quality cards, which are being sold at the Cherry Tree Cafe and in several other local shops, as well as in local fairs and events.

Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Country Living Spring Fair

The sun is finally out so come and feel the joys of Spring at the Country Living Spring Fair.
We'll be there throughout at stand T14 with our great range of spring summer pieces, with an abundance of colour to bring joy to everyone.

For more information on the show click here to visit the Country Living website.

See you there........

Wednesday, 19 January 2011

New Design


After Christmas Holiday we start working at new accessories, such as hair bands, kilt pins and brooches. The " workers" are enjoying working at the new ideas and they are helping with design.

Kilt Pins and brooch

Hair bands

New design of cards

Our first entry at Christmas Country Living Fair was very successful. We are planning to entry for Spring Country Living Fair.

We are welcome volunteers at Snaresbrook Art Project. You are most welcome to visit us.
Photographs by Nelum Mudalige

Our Artist - James

Hello to everybody

James is progressing his art skills, he started paint on canvas. Now he is contributing his arts for many exhibitions.His last one was in Tate Modern Gallery.

Beal High School


Students from Beal High School were attending at Snaresbrook Art Project for work experience. They last work experience was designing Christams cards.

Look at an amazing colours on Christmas cards....

Our Diversity - Exhibition


Our exhibition of an artwork by adults with Learning Disability