Rosie has a very fluid method of working, where the piece constantly evolves, adjusting to new discoveries and responding to the strengths and weaknesses of the material it is made from. 294 more words
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Beverley makes decorative porcelain products and curiosities from her studio in Salford. She enjoys the whole creative process from designing her original pieces, throwing on the wheel, making her distinctive turquoise glaze to firing the work in her electric kiln. 199 more words
Henrietta creates modern feminine jewellery-often bold, sometimes delicate and tiny, inspired by her love of floral pattern, graphic shapes, colour and simple form. Customers have described her work as chic, elegantly understated, cheerful, pretty, happy, and precise! 224 more words
Georgina makes handmade slip cast earthenware vessels and bowls. These are from moulds which she has made from paper models.
Georgina experiments with different twisted shapes, and through working with paper the outcome has been a simple shape but with a subtle twist. 117 more words
Chrissie is a handloom weaver working on a vintage four-shaft counterbalance floorloom and producing scarves and smaller items.
Chrissie enjoys the technical demands of weaving as well as the creative process and as an archaeologist is fascinated by its legacy. 126 more words