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Rachel Thompson Design

category: Paper   

region: South East   

Rachel is a Cambridge based artist, creating unique and bespoke wedding stationery, illustrations of wedding venues and cherished houses – as well as custom rubber stamps and a whole range of other wedding products.

Rachel trained at Central St Martins College of Art & Design and enjoys working with clients who want a truly personalised feel to their special day.

Rachel takes inspiration from architecture – old and new, and has an illustrative style that seeks to draw out the spirit and character of beautiful and quirky buildings. Working in black ink or colour, every illustration is drawn by hand on recycled brown, cream or coloured card. Every effort is made to keep things as local as possible and Rachel works with local, independent printers and rubber stamp makers to complete her commissions.

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Rana Cullimore

category: Glass   Mixed Media and Recycled   

region: South West   

I have been creating mosaic art for many years as a hobby. My first heart shaped mosaic came to life when I wanted to make something from a chipped dinner plate that belonged to my Grandparents to remember them by. As well as using the traditional materials of recycled china and colourful mosaic tesserae my love of the sea and beach combing has also influenced my work.

Some pieces have a coastal theme using pebbles, driftwood and shells. I also incorporate glass beads which is another fascination of mine. The nature of the materials I use on my mosaics makes each piece individual and unique. All the pieces are designed and handmade by me in my home….far away from the sea!

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category: Jewellery and Silverware   Paper   

region: Midlands   

Book Sculptor and Paper Artist. Having been brought up with a ‘make do and mend’ mentality I tend to collect and gather materials including books near the end of their existence to use within my work.  I take my inspiration from needlework techniques which historically form part of a woman’s ritual domestic routine.  I utilize […]

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category: Ceramics   

region: North West   

Considered and elegant hand thrown porcelain table sets, jugs, bowls and drinking vessels. Inspired by the everyday routines and rituals around the preparation and sharing of food and drink.</p> Rebecca has just recently moved her porcelain studio into an exciting new arts hub called ‘The Factory ‘ in Kendal, The Lake District.

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category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: South East   

I have been a jewellery designer/maker since graduating from Buckinghamshire College a long time ago! When I started making I was mainly interested in shape and form and designed very feminine and sculptural jewellery but after a fantastic period of travel some years ago I came home bursting with inspiration and fresh ideas and started […]

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Rebecca Kitching

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: Yorkshire   

I create quirky, interactive and rather humorous items of wearable jewellery, my pieces are very tactile and interesting to handle as they have movable parts and noises in most of them.

My intent is always to make people smile when they interact with my jewellery.

address: Rebecca Kitching, Studio 2.02, Exchange Place Studios, Sheffield, S2 5TR


Rhea Clements

category: Fashion Accessories   Jewellery and Silverware   Textiles & Stitch - Interiors   

region: Midlands   

Rhea Clements specialises in creating design led innovative knitwear. Made from 100% cotton and inspired by nature, traditional techniques are used to create a contemporary look. Function drives the design of each item, creating an easy to use and functional product. Each piece is handmade in her studio in Nottingham, using a hand powered knitting machine, and then finished by hand creating a high quality product.


Richard Shock

category: Furniture & Wood   

region: South East   

I make turned wooden pieces on my lathe in a workshop in our garden in Oxford.  Wood is an exciting material to work with, providing a huge range of colours and forms. I use mainly British native woods, increasingly from local sources, but with some exotics, especially when I can be sure that they have come from sustainably managed forests.

I started woodturning as a hobby in 2000 and left my job, in an environmental consultancy, in 2005 to become a full time turner.  I am a member of the Oxfordshire Craft Guild and on the Register of Professional Turners.

Often with my signature inlays, most of my work is functional. Other pieces are purely for display.  I make high quality work with attention to design to enhance the inherent beauty of the figure and grain.

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Richard Westcott Woodcraft

category: Furniture & Wood   

region: Scotland   

I produce handcrafted pens, pencils and fountain pens using mainly British woods as well as other interesting materials.
I am completely self taught in wood turning and I have adapted several techniques and tools to suit the way I work.
Born and brought up in Devon, I have developed a deep understanding of the natural environment, I recently moved to Shetland, where I am continually inspired by the natural environment, as well as the people and places around me.

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Rivers Joinery

category: Furniture & Wood   

region: South West   

I make a range of wooden items, primarily riven green oak, joined, carved and painted furniture. I draw my inspiration from and use seventeenth century woodworking techniques with period and original form and design. The method produces pieces of solidity and honesty, which bear the original character of the wood and retain evidence of the making. The carving gives fluidity to the solid forms which can appear to move and change in the fading light at the end of day. Riving and splitting the oak reveals its medullary rays which add to the glow of painted pieces.

telephone: 01364 642730

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