Tansley Village Hall - 58

Location: Tansley / Genre: Multi Disciplines

Artist Statement


I take inspiration from the nautical and natural world, also the mythical ocean with my depiction of Chinese dragons. Specialising in pottery, bespoke pieces, adult classes, and fun children focused events.

www.aquaceramics.co.uk Tel:07875535896 email: [email protected]


The Corner Studio

Sarah Cooper has a passion for horizons and expansive skies. Painting in oils, large layered sea and landscapes or acrylics for smaller, energy filled abstracts. Using palette knives, brushes and fingers, to create and blend, capturing emotion, movement of the ocean and drama in British weather.

email: [email protected] [email protected] Inst:@thecornerstudioarts


Lisa Ellul

Based in the Peak District, she designs and hand makes sculptural vessels and forms inspired by the natural world. A designer for twenty years exhibiting nationally and internationally, pieces in the William Alfred Ismay collection and the “Made In Manchester” collection in the City Gallery, Manchester.

www.ellulceramics.com Tel:07746599705 email: [email protected]


Oksana Holbrook

With a Ukrainian British heritage I have a fascination with colours and patterns used in Ukrainian embroidery and incorporating into contemporary knitwear. Utilising natural fibres  achieveing sustainability. Leading me to make "proddy" rag rugs from recycled and scrap fabric.

[email protected] Tel:07990973819 email: [email protected]


Deborah Hook

Hand carved, reverse intaglio glass panels, sandblasted homeware, lamps and gifts, all unique due to their making process. Inspiration from the natural world and a love of playing with light.

www.deborahhook.co.uk Tel:01623553500 email: [email protected]

Gillam Glass

Nottingham based Michelle Gillam-Hull has been making jewellery and homewares for over ten years. Buy online, check news for events or contact for individual commissions.

www.gillamglass.co.uk Tel:07549066971 email: [email protected]


Christine Jones

I love all forms of printmaking but mainly work with lino and collograph.

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Jenny Neale Images

A focal point is created by isolating a subject to create strong composition, particularly in black and white. Finding interest in different subjects, including culture, architecture, still life, people, and landscape.

www.Jennynealeimages.com Tel:01629534721 email: [email protected]


Jillian Riley

Slip cast porcelain apothecary, poison and scientific vessels with a unique twist. Bottles may become more sculptural, using reclaimed woods, hand turning stoppers to support sculpted porcelain birds and animals. Each bottle is finished with sterling silver, copper or re-purposed items making each piece unique.

www.jillianrilley.co.uk email: [email protected]


Jude Shore Design

Felt maker and embroiderer - inspiration from forms and textures in nature, pebbles, found objects on coastal walks, also hills, edges, changing weather, light and colours of the Peak District. Working with sustainable fabrics and fibres considering the impact work has on the environment, I reuse or repurpose enjoying the challenge of turning discarded fibres into unique decorative and functional items.

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The Soap Caddy

Debra Caddy makes artisan bathing products, handmade in Derbyshire, using only natural ingredients.

[email protected] [email protected]_soap_caddy   email :  [email protected]


Why Not Wood

Handmade, unique, wood turned art. From small practical items to bespoke interior design pieces. Working from our home workshop, Mat has all the space he needs to design and make. Design cues taken from the natural environment can be witnessed in the smooth, gently curving and flowing profiles.

www.whynotwood.co.uk Tel:07825251471 email: [email protected]

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