Arts Market – October

Sat 5th October 2013
11am - 5pm, 80p entry

A chance to buy unique art and crafts directly from the artist in the relaxed atmosphere of The Out of the Blue Drill Hall. Over 45 artists and makers will be selling their work which ranges from painting and photography through fashion and textiles to furniture and design. The Drill Hall Arts Cafe will be serving delicious snacks, meals and refreshments.

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The following artists and makers will be selling their wares at the October Arts Market

Holly Sharpe – Eye catching drawings and illustrations

Marcella Wylie  – Artwork, giclée prints & accessories

Kirsten Welsh – Semi abstract paintings and prints

Jenni Douglas – A Pair of Blue Eyes –  Edinburgh inspired printmaking and photography

Isla Munro – iam…crafty – Button-eyed owls

Lorraine Hyslop – Bo-peep Handmade –  Luxury yarn handmade knitted items

Edd Davies –  eddscape –  Striking colourful landscapes paint & digital

Beth Thompson –  Monoprints, and collagraphs

Cheryl Smith – Original art work

Audrey Smith – Odds and sods

Mark Patchett – Photography

Steph McFarland – Sock Nation Creations – Handmade soft toy sock animals

Kathleen Meaney – –  Illustration and gifts

Lucia Castillo – Lucia Castillo Rag Workshop – Soft furnishings, accessories, greeting cards & accessories

Artist Claire Williamson  – Plein air landscape paintings

Renata Uznanska – Paintings, furniture, jewellery

Sencha Art and Illustration – Bold, urban influenced art and illustrations

Barbara Dew – Karmaura – Natural Handmade Skincare Products/Lamps

Dwelling Bird – Art & bespoke furniture

Tara McIntosh  – Twiggd – Colourful, illustrative wooden jewellery

Olalla Borrego – Sunday girl – Handmade accessories and homewares

Liz Cassidy – Handmade genuine gemstone jewellery some with 925 sterling silver findings

Graham Metcalfe – Flower photographs as images for contemplation and meditation.

Carolina Padilla – pardegatos –  Unique hand-made objects, full of color and details.

Evelyn Smith  – Decoupaged and up cycled gifts

Leigh Bagley – Leigh Bagley Designs –  Greeting cards & limited edition prints.

Jim Balloch – Hand-crafted leather accessories for discerning ladies and gentlemen

Cindy Ledgerwood –  Exquisite hand-blended loose herbal tea.

Gemma McLean – Celtic Shoreline Gems –  Jewellery made from vintage pottery pieces and sea glass

Liz Cunningham – Waterside Silks – unique silk scarves & accessories

Joan Craig – Molly Collins Handknits – Beautiful hand knitted scarves

Debora Mallon Illustration – Paintings and mounted prints in variety of media

Katarzyna JednorowiczHatcentric – Urban Style Millinery

Handmade by Simone – – Turning luxury yarns into something special

Sparkle Handknits –  Wonderful Wooly Accessories

Annette West – Shea Aroma Company – Shea butter imported for Ghana Women’s Cooperative made into soaps

Alison Gordon –  Teacup candles, jewellery & vintage letterpress

Alison George – Vintage vinyl records and ephemera recylced into a range of retro homeware

Natacha –  Akhatan – all things paper and more  – handmade paper objects

Fiona Shiers – Kusudama flower bouquets and decorations

Pavithra Sarma –  Passion Earth  – Specialising in recycled and handmade products

Annie Glue – Knitted accessories

Emily Raemaekers – TalentedApple – Handmade fashion accessories and gifts

Aaron Speed – Graffiti Clothing – Modern men’s clothing

Naomi Crowley – GreenEarth Bags and Beads –  Eco-friendly jewellery, tartan and tweed accessories

Mabel Forsyth – Pink Pig –  Stylish photography, homeware and art

Ruth Munro – A lovely range of homewards in retro fabrics




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