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  • Lydia Niziblian - craft&design Selected
    intention of inspiring the happy feel ing of found treasure www niziblian com Baskets Willow Beadwork Book Making Ceramics Enamel Furniture Glass Jewellery Leather Lighting Metal Mixed Media Mosaic Musical Instruments Paper Polymer Clay Precious Metal Rural Crafts Recycled Reclaimed Sculpture Stone Textiles Timepieces Toys Wood Search for Makers Gallery All Entries New Entries Makers List Search by Region Selected Awards How to Apply Update Your Entry Magazine Current Issue The May June issue featuring Jewellery Precious Metals Subscriptions Subscribe to the printed or online versions of craft design Magazine Coming Up Editorial Advertising Directories Listings and Show Previews in forthcoming issues Newsletter Blog Back Issues Features John Makepeace furniture Liam Reeves Glass Organising Open Studios Crowd Funding Self Employment Subscriber Pages Stockists About Us About craft design People Publications Make Your Creativity Pay Calendar Wallplanner Podcasts Downloads Payments Pay an Invoice Events Events All Events Craft Fairs Shows Gallery Exhibitions Open Studios Art Trails Craft Courses Workshops Add your Listings Directories Craft Galleries Craft Supplies Materials Equipment Guilds Associations Craft Course Workshop Organisers Craft Fair Show Organisers Open Studio Art Trail Organisers Craft Centres Studio Groups Downloads Links Links Join our campaign to bring crafts to a wider audience

    Original URL path: http://www.craftmaker.co.uk/lydianiziblian/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Ben Russell - craft&design Selected
    of stonework Having gained a good all round knowledge of how to work with and care for stone I knew that my real passion was to carve I decided to sign up for the Historic Carving course at City and Guilds of London Art School Here I learnt to carve all aspects of architectural and figurative stonework as well as clay modelling drawing and more in depth letter cutting techniques Having passed both courses with flying colours and picking up a few awards along the way including the Duke of Gloucester Award for carving and numerous prizes from the Masons Trust I decided to set up shop in London and have been here ever since I have produced work for places such as The Houses of Parliament The Albert memorial and County Hall along with numerous other important monuments and buildings throughout London Please visit my website to see what I do and what services I can offer www benrussell co uk Baskets Willow Beadwork Book Making Ceramics Enamel Furniture Glass Jewellery Leather Lighting Metal Mixed Media Mosaic Musical Instruments Paper Polymer Clay Precious Metal Rural Crafts Recycled Reclaimed Sculpture Stone Textiles Timepieces Toys Wood Search for Makers Gallery All Entries New Entries Makers List Search by Region Selected Awards How to Apply Update Your Entry Magazine Current Issue The May June issue featuring Jewellery Precious Metals Subscriptions Subscribe to the printed or online versions of craft design Magazine Coming Up Editorial Advertising Directories Listings and Show Previews in forthcoming issues Newsletter Blog Back Issues Features John Makepeace furniture Liam Reeves Glass Organising Open Studios Crowd Funding Self Employment Subscriber Pages Stockists About Us About craft design People Publications Make Your Creativity Pay Calendar Wallplanner Podcasts Downloads Payments Pay an Invoice Events Events All Events Craft Fairs Shows Gallery Exhibitions

    Original URL path: http://www.craftmaker.co.uk/benrussell/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Moy Mackay - craft&design Selected
    and not see the pure delight that she takes in her unique craft The exquisite dreamlike scenes give us a glimpse into her very personal view of the land she loves and have been described as art with a complex process created with integrity and a bone deep affinity with it s subject The result is sensory bliss By manipulating fibres in this way Moy has successfully bridged the gap between craft and fine art with her acclaimed work being exhibited in galleries and private collections worldwide Following the success of her best selling book Art in Felt Stitch followed in 2014 by Flowers in Felt Stitch her unique art form has attracted international interest resulting in worldwide tutoring Moy s passionate use of colour and the deep texture created by felting are what draw her to my work I also like the way she concentrates on her surroundings for her subject matter her work is very free Kaffe Fassett www moymackaygallery com Baskets Willow Beadwork Book Making Ceramics Enamel Furniture Glass Jewellery Leather Lighting Metal Mixed Media Mosaic Musical Instruments Paper Polymer Clay Precious Metal Rural Crafts Recycled Reclaimed Sculpture Stone Textiles Timepieces Toys Wood Search for Makers Gallery All Entries New Entries Makers List Search by Region Selected Awards How to Apply Update Your Entry Magazine Current Issue The May June issue featuring Jewellery Precious Metals Subscriptions Subscribe to the printed or online versions of craft design Magazine Coming Up Editorial Advertising Directories Listings and Show Previews in forthcoming issues Newsletter Blog Back Issues Features John Makepeace furniture Liam Reeves Glass Organising Open Studios Crowd Funding Self Employment Subscriber Pages Stockists About Us About craft design People Publications Make Your Creativity Pay Calendar Wallplanner Podcasts Downloads Payments Pay an Invoice Events Events All Events Craft Fairs Shows Gallery

    Original URL path: http://www.craftmaker.co.uk/moymackay/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Charmain Poole - craft&design Selected
    always use to make bread in another that I use for a lovely orange salad I have travelled around Mediterranean Europe for some years My designs are a response to the sunlight and colour that is found by the sea The blue and turquoise of clear water fish that hide and feed amongst the seaweed the blue of the sky I make my pots out of Valentines red earthenware They are mostly thrown on the wheel and then when leather hard I apply white slip to the interior and exterior of the pot When this has dried I use body stains and slip to create my colour palette All the designs are created by me and painted on by hand When the pots are dry they are bisque fired to 1100C When the kiln is cool I remove all the pots and glaze them in a clear earthenware glaze which is fired to 1080C All the pots are fired in an electric top loading kiln I hope you enjoy them Baskets Willow Beadwork Book Making Ceramics Enamel Furniture Glass Jewellery Leather Lighting Metal Mixed Media Mosaic Musical Instruments Paper Polymer Clay Precious Metal Rural Crafts Recycled Reclaimed Sculpture Stone Textiles Timepieces Toys Wood Search for Makers Gallery All Entries New Entries Makers List Search by Region Selected Awards How to Apply Update Your Entry Magazine Current Issue The May June issue featuring Jewellery Precious Metals Subscriptions Subscribe to the printed or online versions of craft design Magazine Coming Up Editorial Advertising Directories Listings and Show Previews in forthcoming issues Newsletter Blog Back Issues Features John Makepeace furniture Liam Reeves Glass Organising Open Studios Crowd Funding Self Employment Subscriber Pages Stockists About Us About craft design People Publications Make Your Creativity Pay Calendar Wallplanner Podcasts Downloads Payments Pay an Invoice Events

    Original URL path: http://www.craftmaker.co.uk/charmainpoole/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Timothy Hawkins - craft&design Selected
    traditional designs for domestic corporate public spaces as well as for places of worship whilst predominantly using solid wood I sometimes incorporate other materials too such as glass or metal My inspiration is drawn from myriad things including our World significant events my own experiences and those of others Previous pieces that I ve created include a bed about love relationships cabinets reflecting Maori philosophy a wardrobe about Celtic runic tree lore a piece celebrating the DC3 Dakota an aircraft that s a wonderful example of practical design hand in hand with a strikingly stylish appearance I regard my experience within my profession as ever evolving to have opportunities to make extraordinary pieces that have clear emotional expression means a great deal to me I am very thankful then for the support of all those who commission original functional Art Craft share the understanding of its worth Tim Hawkins Gallery We re open now Tues to Fri inc between 9 00am 5 00pm on Saturdays between 10 00am 5 00pm only open by appointment on Sundays Mondays Bank Holiday weekdays www finefurniture co uk Baskets Willow Beadwork Book Making Ceramics Enamel Furniture Glass Jewellery Leather Lighting Metal Mixed Media Mosaic Musical Instruments Paper Polymer Clay Precious Metal Rural Crafts Recycled Reclaimed Sculpture Stone Textiles Timepieces Toys Wood Search for Makers Gallery All Entries New Entries Makers List Search by Region Selected Awards How to Apply Update Your Entry Magazine Current Issue The May June issue featuring Jewellery Precious Metals Subscriptions Subscribe to the printed or online versions of craft design Magazine Coming Up Editorial Advertising Directories Listings and Show Previews in forthcoming issues Newsletter Blog Back Issues Features John Makepeace furniture Liam Reeves Glass Organising Open Studios Crowd Funding Self Employment Subscriber Pages Stockists About Us About craft design People

    Original URL path: http://www.craftmaker.co.uk/timhawkins/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Fleur Grenier - craft&design Selected
    Network Federation New York IDNF and The Worshipful Company of Pewterers and commissions include a pewter and glass bowl that was presented to the Countess of Wessex at the Worshipful Company of Pewterers the RFU Rugby Football Union Commemorative gifts Award for St Catherine s School Chain of Office Rustington Parish Council and a Sculptural Box that was presented to the Mayor of Durmersheim to commemorate the 25 th Twinning Anniversary and in 2010 I had my book Pewter Design and Techniques published by The Crowood Press In November 2014 I was invited to The Worshipful Company of Pewterers to strike my mark at a touchmark ceremony this is the first time for 10 years The Worshipful Company of Pewterers was established in 1478 to take control of the expanding pewter trade On completing an apprenticeship pewterers were required to register a touchmark to be stamped on their wares which had to meet set standards of quality Inspectors or searchers from the Company travelled around England visiting workshops and testing items Substandard wares often containing too much lead incurred fines and were liable to destruction The ceremony is now done purely for makers to register their marks so future generations can identify pewter pieces The ceremony involved stamping my name punch onto a pewter sheet in front of the court and the master I now feel very honoured to have my mark alongside the many other pewtersmiths from the last 500 years www fleurgrenier co uk Baskets Willow Beadwork Book Making Ceramics Enamel Furniture Glass Jewellery Leather Lighting Metal Mixed Media Mosaic Musical Instruments Paper Polymer Clay Precious Metal Rural Crafts Recycled Reclaimed Sculpture Stone Textiles Timepieces Toys Wood Search for Makers Gallery All Entries New Entries Makers List Search by Region Selected Awards How to Apply Update Your Entry

    Original URL path: http://www.craftmaker.co.uk/fleurgrenier/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Iona MacKenzie Laycock - craft&design Selected
    cairn the wool had been transformed into a variety of shades also sections of the wool were moulded by the weight of the stones I felt that my work had moved into a form of textile archaeology With this discovery Iona created new work Sculptural landscape pieces set in deep box frames Iona continues to make textile installations leaving them to weather in the landscape documenting the making process through photography and poetry The installations result in a piece of work telling a story a collage of stitch poetry imagery and weathered work Inspired by her great great grandfather who was still at his loom in 1912 at the age of ninety Iona has created a textile wall hanging The hanging is full of hand written stories about people s affection knowledge and history of wool Currently she has over 300 stories and Iona is hoping for more so that she can reach her target of 1 912 www iona art com Baskets Willow Beadwork Book Making Ceramics Enamel Furniture Glass Jewellery Leather Lighting Metal Mixed Media Mosaic Musical Instruments Paper Polymer Clay Precious Metal Rural Crafts Recycled Reclaimed Sculpture Stone Textiles Timepieces Toys Wood Search for Makers Gallery All Entries New Entries Makers List Search by Region Selected Awards How to Apply Update Your Entry Magazine Current Issue The May June issue featuring Jewellery Precious Metals Subscriptions Subscribe to the printed or online versions of craft design Magazine Coming Up Editorial Advertising Directories Listings and Show Previews in forthcoming issues Newsletter Blog Back Issues Features John Makepeace furniture Liam Reeves Glass Organising Open Studios Crowd Funding Self Employment Subscriber Pages Stockists About Us About craft design People Publications Make Your Creativity Pay Calendar Wallplanner Podcasts Downloads Payments Pay an Invoice Events Events All Events Craft Fairs Shows Gallery Exhibitions

    Original URL path: http://www.craftmaker.co.uk/ionamackenzielaycock/ (2016-04-30)
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    Paper Polymer Clay Precious Metal Rural Crafts Recycled Reclaimed Sculpture Stone Textiles Timepieces Toys Wood Search for Makers Gallery All Entries New Entries Makers List Search by Region Selected Awards How to Apply Update Your Entry Magazine Current Issue The May June issue featuring Jewellery Precious Metals Subscriptions Subscribe to the printed or online versions of craft design Magazine Coming Up Editorial Advertising Directories Listings and Show Previews in forthcoming issues Newsletter Blog Back Issues Features John Makepeace furniture Liam Reeves Glass Organising Open Studios Crowd Funding Self Employment Subscriber Pages Stockists About Us About craft design People Publications Make Your Creativity Pay Calendar Wallplanner Podcasts Downloads Payments Pay an Invoice Events Events All Events Craft Fairs Shows Gallery Exhibitions Open Studios Art Trails Craft Courses Workshops Add your Listings Directories Craft Galleries Craft Supplies Materials Equipment Guilds Associations Craft Course Workshop Organisers Craft Fair Show Organisers Open Studio Art Trail Organisers Craft Centres Studio Groups Downloads Links Links Join our campaign to bring crafts to a wider audience in May 2016 Find Makers in Britain and Ireland Awards Selected Awards British Craft Trade Fair Potfest Glass Biennale New Designers GNCCF Made SIT Select Showcase Sponsorship Advertising Copy Dates Mechanical

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