Meet the artists

Sofia Ceramics

Sofia studied pottery about 35 years ago, she was working as a supplier with ...
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John Noble-Milner Wildlife Sculptor

John Noble-Milner sculpts animals that look naturally poised. Capturing their...
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Cinda Clark Design

Cinda Clark is a newly launched lifestyle brand specialising in surface print...
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Sue Gregor

I make handmade contemporary jewellery each piece, if it is a necklace, earr...
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Alison Stockmarr

Alison's work has an ethos of storytelling and repurposing.
Using origi...
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Nickola Beck Photography

I'm a Fine Art, Flower and Garden Photographer based on the Nottinghamshire-D...
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Katie Wallis

Katie creates colourful, contemporary, digitally printed textiles and lasercu...
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Alice Robson Jewellery

Handmade gold and silver jewellery inspired by naturally occurring geometries...
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Colours of the Land

Colours of the Land is the name for Lise Herud Braten’s handmade ceramics. ...
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Woolly Mammoth Fabrics

Woolly Mammoth Fabrics is a hand weaving studio based in Cardiff, UK. Taking ...
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Also the Bison

"Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to ...
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Get inspired

Don’t be afraid to break the rules and be different!
Express yourself with bold designs; try something new and embrace unique!

Emerging talents

Harriett Grist

Harriett is an interior knit designer specialising in knitted homewares and gifts. After graduating from Bath School of Art and Design in 2016, she set up her own business focusing on a new range, CHICKPEA.

The designs are inspired by stationery compositions such as graph paper and pen lids as well as architecture around Winchester; Harriett’s home town. The CHICKPEA range consists of scarves, hot water bottles, cushions and zip pouches, with product names curated from street names in her hometown of Winchester.

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Rosie Wesley

Rosie is a metalwork designer and maker from the New Forest who creates dynamic sculptures, functional tableware and stunning jewellery for you and your home. Working with direct burn-out techniques to produce replica textures of bark, each piece is completely unique and crafted from a original piece of the forest.

Rosie is fascinated by the concept of taking something from our natural environment and transforming it or assembling it into something else; giving it a new life away from it’s original environment. Her textural objects and jewellery allow you to appreciate natural spaces everyday, and preserve a part of them forever.

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Design stories

Isabelle Capitain has always been fascinated with making her own jewellery, and worked for other designers before starting her business. We spent 10 minutes with Isabelle to find little bit more about her.

Handmade: If you weren’t a designer-maker, what would you be right now?
Isabelle: If I weren’t a designer maker I would hopefully be working in a different creative profession. After finishing my A-Levels I toyed with the idea of studying photography at art school.

Handmade: Describe your work in three wor...

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After graduating from art school, John Eadon found himself increasingly working with wood, eventually picking up enough skills and interest to create bespoke furniture. Now a fully-fledged designer-maker with his own collection, we caught up with him to chat about his work, dreams and inspirations.

Handmade: If you weren’t a designer-maker, what would you be right now?
John: Being a Designer Maker started off from trying to be an Artist and not happy with being a Carpenter, so perhaps an Artist, but I’ve always been drawn to gardening, ...

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