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category: Ceramics   

region: East Midlands   

I cast pieces that reference 18th and 19th Century British and European tableware. They are earthenware with coloured glazes, oxide transfers and hand painted with gold lustre. My work looks back to traditional tableware design but my line drawings bring a contemporary feel to each piece. My jugs and vases are made from moulds originally […]

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Lisa Taylor Jewellery

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: Wales   

I studied B.A Hon’s Applied Art at Glyndwr University in North Wales, specialising in jewellery design. I use different materials within my work, mainly textiles and silver, but also resin. Colour is my main inspiration and I like to find alternative ways of using colour in my work. For my final degree show collection I used the technique of tatting hand dyed silk yarn. I then used the tatting in a unique way to create a range of textile and silver necklaces. I took colour inspiration for the collection from Victorian botanical water colour illustrations, and I have continued to expand the colour range of this collection. The silk is hand dyed giving each piece a unique quality. Prices range from £20 up to £249 for a one off piece.

address: Maes-y-march, Mold, Flintshire CH7 1GJ

telephone: 07762 149332

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category: 3D Sculptural Work   Mixed Media and Recycled   

region: South West   

Little Burrow Designs is the whimsical repurposed sculpture world of mixed media artist Claire Read. Each piece, or “storybox”, is created entirely by reworking vintage and antique objects and curios, often with a combination of vintage textiles. Most storyboxes are one-off, unique sculptures. A few are possible to recreate, although will never be identical, and […]

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Little Joy Jewellery

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South East   

An award-winning artist silversmith by trade, I combine natural materials, ceramics, and found objects with a sensitive approach to silversmithing to produce small scale jewellery and bespoke objects with the intention of bringing a little joy to the wearer when worn – I find inspiration in the everyday and seek the positives in everything I find! I have developed my work utilising the beautiful natural habitats of the Isle of Wight, where I also teach jewellery making.

address: Studio @ Foal Arts, Ryde, Isle of Wight

telephone: 07964341150

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Little Mill House

category: Mixed Media and Recycled   Textiles & Stitch - Interiors   

region: Yorkshire   

I upcycle vintage materials such as tea towels,scarves and glasses into beautiful cushions and gifts. The idea for Little Mill House came from my obsession with hunting vintage items and needing a creative way to free them from storage. It then became an excuse to continue hunting lovely items and share them with other people. I was taught by my auntie to sew as I was growing up and have had professional tuition by a private tutor to perfect my techniques. Everything is made at home by myself and quality is a priority.

address: 1 Lingbob Mill, Wilsden, Bradford BD15 0HF

telephone: 01535 273899

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Little Ram Studio

category: Printmaking   

region: Yorkshire   

Little Ram Studio is Gary and Heather Ramskill – both artists & printmakers, we produce original prints from our home studio in a quiet North Yorkshire village.
Specialising in linocut printing, we use the surrounding countryside and the many wildlife visitors to our garden as inspiration for our art. Each one lovingly made by hand, from the hand cutting of the lino plate to the mixing of the inks and the pressing of the paper on a hand press.
Gary’s style and technique, whether using a single or multiple colour plates, is to capture the finest detail, not in the photographic sense but one step removed from the identical representation, as if through a muted lens.
Heather’s print style takes inspiration from all things natural, especially favourite landscapes and the soft shapes of flowers. She tries to capture the strokes of the water colourist in her printmaking.

address: Nr Selby, North Yorkshire

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category: Textiles & Stitch - Interiors   

region: North West   

I am a textile artist living and working in Manchester where I studied embroidery at university. In my studio based work I explore a range of hand and machine embroidery techniques, I also teach textiles at Salford City College. My current work involves an eclectic mix of found and made treasures brought together in small […]

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Liz Lippiatt

category: Fashion Accessories   Textiles & Stitch - Interiors   Textiles - Clothing   

region: Midlands   

Liz Lippiatt produces printed and dyed textiles, including devore bags, wraps and stoles in rich velvets and devore cushions for the home.

address: Stroud, Gloucestershire

telephone: 07929412246


Liz Padgham-Major

category: Textiles & Stitch - Interiors   

region: South East   

I am a designer maker from East Sussex. I hand embroider my own designs and make these into cushions and I print fabric from my unique embroideries, which I use to hand make smaller accessories including pendants, key rings, lavender cushions and brooches.
I started off my career 15 years ago with a Degree in Fine Art and went on creating knitted sculptures that illustrated my ways of working as a woman with the historical act of knitting combined with domestic objects in the home. One of my sculptures is featured in the popular book by Joanne Turney ‘The Culture Of Knitting’ published in 2009.
I now sew almost every day and design and hand make unique things for the home that illustrate my personality and love for sewing and drawing.

telephone: 01424 751646

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Liz Willis Jewellery

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South East   

My work is inspired by the environments that I see around me while out running. Travelling on foot through the landscape allows us a greater appreciation of the colours, contours and textures of the world around us, and gives us the opportunity to see aspects of the environment not often noticed in the rush and chaos of day to day life.
Each piece evolves from an aspect of a run that catches my attention, from flat slate pebbles on a beach that slide sideways when stepped on, or a footpath disappearing down a lichen-rich tree tunnel, to being surrounded by the vibrant colours and noises of a large road race like the London Marathon.
I use silver and gold wire to form an appropriate shape for the piece, and then hand stitch over part or all of it with silk threads, occasionally using pearls or semi-precious stone or glass beads, to add the colour and texture relevant to the run I am trying to portray.