If you come to the studio today make sure you buy a £1 raffle ticket to be in with a chance of winning these lovely silver earrings from EAN jewellery and this gorgeous handmade felt robin brooch from Bright n Beautiful, perfect for the festive season. All proceeds go to Marlets Hospice.
We have all been busy in the studio over the last few weeks and now the doors are open! Come and visit us over the next 3 weekends 11.00am till 5.00pm for lovely art, jewellery, ceramics, prints, bags, scarves, cake and tea and coffee too. Support hand made!
Ceramics by Atelier Stella
Bags and gifts by Bright n Beautiful
Prints, cards, cufflinks, gift wrap and jewellery by Charlie Doodle
Ceramics and ornaments by Gosia Giec
Hand dyed silk scarves by Curious Alice
Woodcut prints and cards by Mandy Taylor
Hand thrown ceramics by Soreh Levy
Silver Jewellery by Elizabeth Anne Norris
Porcelain ceramics by Kathy Laird
Ceramics by Helen Lucas
Vegan treats from Viva los Vegan
Handmade leather bags by D.N.A
More ceramics from Helen Lucas
More ceramics from Gosia Giec
More ceramics from Atelier Stella
Here are some of the pieces you could win in our raffle. There will be a new raffle everyday so lots of chances to win! Tickets only £1, available at the studio.
Charlie Doodle - Map necklace.
Mandy Taylor print and Soreh Levy soap dish and soap.
Elizabeth Anna Norris earrings.
Three Atelier Stella Christmas tree decorations.
A set of Mandy Taylor art cards.
Atelier Stella mountain vase.
And lots more!
Next weekend we open our studio doors again for the Christmas Open House Festival, we will be showing the work of 12 artists including ceramics, art, wood cuts, jewellery, cards, bags, scarves and some yummy vegan treats. Doors are open between 11.00am and 5.00pm on Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th November, Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th December and Saturday 12th & Sunday 13th December. Below is a sneak peak at some of the lovely pieces you will be able to get you hands on from out in house ceramic artists.
Above are some beautiful cups by Gosia Giec. Made from black clay with white slip painted on and textures scratched into the clay.
Above is the work of Kathy Laird, some of her recent pieces have featured these gorgeous fish motifs. Kathy has used a technique know as scrafito, where she paints coloured liquid clay onto the bowls then scratches out details on the fish to create tis stunning effect.
This final picture is the work of Helen of Helen Rebecca ceramics, here she is pressing leaves into the clay to create textures and then drying the clay over bent card, once the pieces are leather hard she will join them together to create these sculptural and elegant vases.
All the pieces above will be available to buy at the open studio, so do come along and say hello!