Artisans Stories

In Conversation With Woodturner, Jonathan Renton

It takes time and skill to transform a rough hard material such as wood into a smooth and elegant vessel Jonathan Renton s beautiful hand turned bowls and vases are
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In Conversation with Tom Fallick

Artisan Tom Fallick carves each individual spoon by hand using a process more ancient than the wood itself From a wooden hut near Thorness Bay on the Isle of Wight
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In Conversation With Ceramicist, Daisy Cooper

When we asked ceramicist Daisy Cooper what she considers to be the role of artisans and makers in today s society Daisy painted a wonderful picture of the power of
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In Conversation With Artisan | Polly Fern | Illustrator and Ceramicist

Polly Fern creates modern illustrated ceramics influenced by the romantic antique ceramics which inspire her The light summery shades of blues pinks peaches and greens of her illustrations are playful
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In Conversation with Dru Plumb and Barnaby Ash

Dru Plumb and Barnaby Ash consider themselves editors not creators of nature s finest work a respect for the natural environment which is apparent in their sustainable sourcing and consideration
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In Conversation with Kenneth McClure

Kenneth McClure took over the Sheffield-based shoemaking workshop in after a year of working with an established shoemaker to hone this specialised and ancestral craft Kenneth made the choice to
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In Conversation With Paper-Cutting Artist Anna Cook

Anna Cook s intricate paper cut art masterfully captures each animal in its natural habitat almost as if frozen in time A life-like paper fox pounces on a mouse or
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In Conversation With Textile Designer and Artist Katie Mawson

Katie Mawson started her successful UK based knitted textiles brand years ago after graduating in textiles design from Camberwell Art School Originally starting out from a small workspace beneath a
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In Conversation With Woodcarver Tom Fallick

Artisan Tom Fallick carves each individual spoon by hand using a process more ancient than the wood itself From a wooden hut near Thorness Bay on the Isle of Wight
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