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‘A Little Bit ‘O’ Nicey’  



Anna Bird





AS A TEXTILE DESIGNER I DEFINE MYSELF AS A ‘CONSTRUCTED PRINTER’ AS MY SPECIFIC INTERESTS LIE WITHIN THE UNCONVENTIONAL COMBINATION OF PRINT TECHNIQUES AND MANIPULATION PROCESSES.


Caroline Blake

http://www.carolineblake-art.co.uk/


My collection of work depicts impressionistic style vividly coloured trees and plants using acrylics and mixed media. Created to enhance public spaces and homes alike, my pieces feature vibrant pearlescent or fluorescent colours and are embellished with crystal gems, beads and glitter. I use tissue paper and other mediums to try to make sumptuous and beautifully textured effects that catch the light. My passion is to interpret the colours in nature and to bring the outside in, and harness the feel good factor associated with living things. The titles of my pieces are rather tongue in cheek; playing with the word "tree”, which is worked into the title reflecting my interest in words as an English Teacher. Recently a specifically commissioned piece of glass artwork taken from an original painting of mine was unveiled by Lady Elsie Robson, the widow of Sir Bobby Robson. The piece called “Felicitree” a vibrant and upbeat impressionistic work, now permanently resides in The Breast Care Unit at the West Suffolk Hospital named after Lady Robson. 

I can be followed on Twitter at @CarolineBlakesA



Cathy D'Arcy



I am a ceramic artist working from my studio in Suffolk. I work on the wheel throwing white earthenware clay to make domestic ware that I decorate with bright colours and patterns. I also work in porcelain making fine thrown decorative wall disks and vessels with black and white decoration.






My jewellery is not precise or perfectly tooled, I will leave that to the jewellery shops, but it is raw, bespoke and interestingly different.  I use sterling silver, often incorporating gold and copper detail and freshwater pearls.



Vicky Ryall

Papermaker

Suffolk, UK



Jason Lewis

Lino printer.






Contemporary designs using modern and traditional materials and techniques. 

Lizzytish combines the use of computer aided design and hand made techniques to create these truly unique and stylish products.


All my work is thrown on the potter's wheel and is focused for the most part on functional ware. The endless possibilities that exist within the vessel form are challenging and exciting and towards this end I want to make pottery that can be used and enjoyed in domestic life. I also hand build one off sculptural objects that are viewed as abstract but also provide functionality. 





Michelle Jay - Made in Suffolk.





Where there is tea there is Hope...





They’re beautiful, they’re British made, they’re waterproof – and you won’t find anything 
like them anywhere else!
Oily Rag® cushions mean that you don’t have to remember to bring your garden cushions in from the rain – our unique manufacturing processes have made them waterproof, and also mould / mildew resistant. 





I love working with gorgeous linens, Liberty of London Tana Lawn prints and dipping into my huge jar of vintage buttons whenever possible. I am more than happy to complete customised requests, just tell me your requirements. 




Hand-made fun and fabulous jewellery. Each piece is unique and made from British buttons!


'Second Stitches'








 Scaramouche offers fun and chic hand-decorated pieces, decorative gift items and constantly adds new themes and original designs.



Vintage, unusual,  useful things,
 loved and lovely too...


Thames Art



 In each piece of work he tries to reflect up to 2000 years of London history; from Roman occupation through the great plagues and fires that have blighted London, through empire building and brisk commerce, right up to the present day. Each piece is unique and
 always has a story to tell.




WeeKees Images are a selection of photographs 
by Suffolk based photographer Wendy Knipe.





                     Beautiful, restored vintage writing boxes.






Beverley Neeves


Picture


 I make hand felted pictures, wall hangings, cushions, bags and cards using Merino wool and Tussah silk. My inspiration comes from the natural environment: landscapes, plants, animals and birds. I try to re-create the feel and atmosphere of a scene, whether it's the grandeur of the mountains of Skye or sheep grazing in a Suffolk field. 



Catherine Downes



My designs are by nature very clean and minimum but retain a very feminine quality with an almost "Calligraphy" like feel to them. I work in Sterling Silver and all pieces are designed and handmade by myself. (with the exception of the chains)



Christina Friel


Christina Friel Fashion and Accessories Designer/Maker

After completing my degree in Fashion Design I worked as a designer in Florence and in fashion trend forecasting in London before moving back to Suffolk to start my own business. 
Currently I design and make accessories combining locally sourced silks with vintage scarves and jewels. My latest collection of couture evening bags, bows and fascinators has been inspired by the shapes and the silhouettes of the Edwardian Era and the costumes of My Fair Lady. I have been experimenting with a colour palette of purple hues. The Autumn range will be on show at the March Hare Collective Event at the Apex on September 1st and October 6th in Bury St. Edmunds.


David Raven



I have been woodturning since 1998 and work on the end grain so that every piece is unique.



J' Jewellery





Fruit Farm Fabrics



Fruit Farm Fabrics' first collection is based on photos and drawings from the gardens and surrounding fields at her home, an old fruit farm in Beyton, Suffolk. Fruit Farm Fabrics' collection includes printed wallpapers, handmade lampshades, cushions, table linen and vintage furniture re-upholstered in her fabrics.



Hand-madefoods provide delicious, hand crafted food. Made with care and skill using seasonal locally sourced ingredients. We use fair trade sugar and fruit, English butter and local free range eggs. 
We also run cookery clubs for children with the emphasis on fun whilst learning about healthy great tasting food.




Lion House Restorations was founded in 1989 by Mark Hewitt, primarily to restore fine antique furniture and make high quality copies. Later we expanded our portfolio of work to include all aspects of restoration, cabinetry and architectural joinery.


Liz Basing





His work in general reflects an ongoing interest in the rural Suffolk landscape. Paul is particularly influenced by its open spaces created by big skies, wide flat fields, distant horizons and the texture of the earth beneath his feet.



 I like to do all types of turning from natural edge bowls, vases and lamps to more quirky items such as penguins and mice.  
I sell most of my work through craft fairs around Norfolk and Suffolk, also having some pieces in a local gallery.  I am now venturing onto the internet so please feel free to browse my Virtual Gallery and look at some of my work.
















































Carefully handmade in Suffolk using the finest natural ingredients, Royston & Hayes products suit the most sensitive skin. Each and every batch is blended by hand so we know what is in every bottle; all the way down to the very last drop. Pure organic essential oils, vegetable oils, natural mineral based oxides and micas infuse these exquisite products with natural, 
glowing colour.




Jane Jennison is an artist who works in watercolour.


 Soobaloo, a range of cards and gifts based on my own watercolour & ink illustrations




A Photo Name Frame is a unique gift opportunity. We produce individual photographs of architectural features, trees, toys or other inanimate objects that resemble letters of the alphabet. We then combine these to create unique and bespoke framed names or words of your choice.




 



Rojo Art is an East Anglia-based group of artists that specialises in creative projects for children, grown-ups, schools and other organisations.



Beaded Garden



My greatest passion is colour: so welcome to my rich and vibrant world...


Carola Smedjebacka Design


Unique Contemporary Kiln Formed Glass 

Designed and Hand-crafted in Bury St Edmunds,Suffolk by the artist...
...with a Finnish/Nordic touch



Claire Dunn



My name is Claire Dunn - full-time mum, lampwork artist and maker of beautiful jewellery!




Itsy bitsy




Inspired by her love of flowers and nature, she combines this with her graphic design skills of over 20 years, to produce bold designs using flat colour and shape to convey form and texture.


 'J'Amie' 


Blue Chalcedony wirework necklace


Winding Lane


J'Amie;  original prints by Amie Haslen and gemstone jewellery by Jenny Goode.....




Julia Masterman

My work is strongly influenced by colour and light. The subject matter includes landscape, portrait, figure painting and more recently text and image. 

I work in variety of media that includes oil painting, drawing, printmaking and mixed media. 



Jumbleberry


www.facebook.com/jumbleberry

I am firstly a housewife/mummy and secondly a designer/maker who loves to create heirloom quality bears and animals for the nursery shelf, that will hopefully become treasured characters and passed on.

I also love to make vintage style home accesories using vintage/recycled & new materials.





Mission:

Support local artistic communities and artisans in Colombia and Kenya. Engage in ethical trading and community development. Create handmade designs that are a departure from mass production and are an expression of creativity and individuality. Create pieces that are inspired by nature and indigenous culture.





Take forty years of experience (I was a very precocious knitting child), 50g of good quality yarn and a seasoning to taste of imaginative fancy and you have the perfect spell for luscious knits and woollen wonders.



Little Swift




Loves to reinvent, recycle and remake!









www.lucyperryart.co.uk








Each glass panel is ready to hang - in a window, where it will constantly change with the moving light of the time of day, weather and season; or against a plain wall where it can also be enjoyed in daylight or reflected light after the curtains are closed.



He has travelled to different countries and enriched his love of art and travel, which is reflected in his paintings. He currently lives in East Anglia, which is an inspiration for some of his latest work.


Peter Bultz Photography

My photography explores the transitions between light and dark, resulting in atmospheric images that convey stunning colours and compositions. 














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