Hand sewn embroidery
Graduated from Cordwainers college, London, in 1991 with a diploma in Leathergoods Production and a commendation from the Guild of Master Craftsmen. 20 years' experience hand making quality leather bags, cases, belts etc., specialising in case making.
Main material used is bridle (horse harness) leather from Britain's last remaining oak bark tanner in Devon. Most fittings are of solid brass.
Bespoke work undertaken including automotive, theatrical, marine, animal traction and upholstery.
Also trading almost every sunday throughout the year at the Tobacco Factory market in Southville.
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I have lived in Southville for 20 years, and have worked here as a graphic designer for the past 17. This is my fifth year of exhibiting at the Trail.
Janine Partington is a designer-maker creating fresh, clean and contemporary designs in enamel. She makes wall panels, jewellery, sculptures and clocks. The price for wall panels starts at £45, jewellery at £13, sculptures at £45 and clocks at £65. At this year's trail Janine will also be selling off end of line designs from previous years at greatly reduced prices.
I am currently having a merry old time creating in my brand new studio. After two and a half years away from ceramics I'm a bit rusty so my work for the Arts Trail is a mix of techniques relearned. So far I'm working on a collection of decorative porcelain vessels .
Jenny Swizzle (aka Jenny Szewiel) will be showing handpainted homewares and other colourful pieces on Sunday 20th May.
She will also be part of the Travelling Victorian Moustache Emporium, where the dapper gentleman, handsome woman or fashionable child can browse a substantial range of moustaches for every occasion.
Diverse activities and games will be on offer throughout the day, and savoury and sweet treats will be available for your delectation.
For more information see www.jennyswizzle.wordpress.com
Original paintings and hand made screen and woodcut prints from this popular full time West country artist.
web site ; http://munnionart.moonfruit.com
My work currently focuses on the juxtaposition of contrasting floral elements, using vintage and contemporary ceramic transfers, cut and re-assembled in such a way as to give each piece of china a unique character. Balance and symmetry in the overall design is important but the surprise of one or two elements out of place add interest and humour.
Born and raised in Bristol, where my love of photography began, I enjoy capturing images ranging from various fields including urban life, still life, landscape, architectural and portraiture.
I’ve had a passion for photography since childhood and find that it is a great medium for me to express my view on the world and the people within it.
Theatre set designer and amusement park designer Julian Adams, will be displaying work, technical drawings and images from a huge catalogue.
Work will include designs realised at the Garrick Theatre London right through to pictures of an epic 100 ft 3D theme park facade that has won awards.
Flower fairies hand made by Debbie Smith will also be displayed. There will also be face painting and drawing for children.