Our Artisans

Tori McLean MSDC

Printmaking

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@torimcleandesigns

Tori McLean is a fine art printmaker and freelance surface designer, based in Winchester. Working across a broad range of printmaking techniques, and inspired by a wide variety of design themes, Tori’s fine art paper prints and printed textiles are easily identifiable by her bold use of bright colourways.

Tori McLean Seaweed II Reduced
Tori McLean Seaweed II Reduced

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Tori McLean Seaweed I Reduced
Tori McLean Seaweed I Reduced

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Winchester IV
Winchester IV

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Tori McLean Seaweed II Reduced
Tori McLean Seaweed II Reduced

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Margot Eardley

Printmaking

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info@margoteardley.co.uk

@margoteardley

Margot Eardley is a fine art printmaker, based in Southampton, who is inspired by the colours and patterns she finds in nature. Her designs often focus on motifs based on marine life and botanical forms. Margot typically etches her printing plates or creates colourful prints from linocuts.

Margot_Lobster
Margot_Lobster

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Blue Lobster
Blue Lobster

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Rosehip
Rosehip

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Margot_Lobster

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Sian Appleyard

Printmaking

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sianappleart@outlook.com

@sianappleart

Sian Appleyard is a fine art printmaker based in Hampshire’s beautiful New Forest. A relocation to this ancient landscape has inspired Sian to explore the coastal and inland areas. This has lead to her observing and capturing in print, features of local life and also, a particular interest, patterns in the landscape brought about by man and nature as time passes.

Tender
Tender

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Boat Jumble Mudeford
Boat Jumble Mudeford

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Fresh Spring Greens
Fresh Spring Greens

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Tender
Tender

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Ali Tomlin MSDC

Ceramics

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ali@alitomlin.com

www.alitomlin.com

@alitomlin

Ali's work is a collection of thrown, uncluttered porcelain forms. She throws and turns the pieces to a fine finish which, when unglazed and sanded, gives the clay a paper-like, tactile quality, to which marks can be applied. Ali works with the chalky surface, applying stains, oxides and slips, splashing and sponging away areas and inlaying lines while the pot is on the wheel. 

Blue Line Large Bowl
Blue Line Large Bowl

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Green & Yellow Splash Bottle
Green & Yellow Splash Bottle

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Stem Set
Stem Set

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Blue Line Large Bowl
Blue Line Large Bowl

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Sue Tinkler

Glass

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www.suetinklerartglass.co.uk

@suetinklerartglass

Sue draws most of her inspiration from the changing seasons, patterns and textures found in the natural world as well as scenes and themes of industry and, in particular, the working farm next to her studio. These influence a range of sculpted and free-standing art glass.

Winter Hedgerow
Winter Hedgerow

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West Coast
West Coast

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Sue Tinkler Glass
Sue Tinkler Glass

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Winter Hedgerow
Winter Hedgerow

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Kevin Stamper MSDC

Furniture

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kevin@kstamperfurniture.co.uk

www.kevinstamperfurniture.com

Kevin is an abstract artist and furniture maker. He works in solid wood and veneers and specialises in hand-dyed veneer to create bright and colourful abstract designs.

Estuary Island Mirror
Estuary Island Mirror

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Summer Walk Mirror
Summer Walk Mirror

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Hibiscus Picture Frame
Hibiscus Picture Frame

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Estuary Island Mirror
Estuary Island Mirror

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Jessica Noble MSDC

Jewellery

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jess@jessicanoble.co.uk

www.jessicanoble.co.uk

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Jessica makes vibrant designer-made silver jewellery, fusing a playful style with fine craftsmanship and innovative design. Jessica brings a fresh dynamic by combining sleek contours with bold colours to present jewellery with a feel-good nature. Designed with energy and passion, the collection draws on influences from fluid, free-form surfaces and seemingly uncontrolled patterns, moving lines and contorted shapes.

Entropic Drop Earrings
Entropic Drop Earrings

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Entropic Bangles
Entropic Bangles

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Blue Entropic Oval Bangle
Blue Entropic Oval Bangle

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Entropic Drop Earrings
Entropic Drop Earrings

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Emma Lowres 

Painting

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emmalowres@gmail.com

www.emmalowres-art.co.uk

@emmalowresart

Emma is inspired by her the countryside and coastlines of Hampshire and its neighbouring counties, along with still life subjects. She has exhibited her paintings locally and nationally in a range of galleries and art festivals. She also paints to commission and loves to work with a client to create a unique painting for themselves or as a special gift.

Kings Worthy Track
Kings Worthy Track

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East Head West Wittering
East Head West Wittering

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Littlehampton Beach
Littlehampton Beach

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Kings Worthy Track
Kings Worthy Track

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Sarah Keogh

Ceramics

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srhkeogh@gmail.com

@sarahkeoghceramics

Sarah's beautiful ceramics are inspired by the flora and fauna surrounding her Oxfordshire home and the changing seasons are often reflected in her pieces.   Some of her favourite patterns and designs have come directly from plants.  Sarah works from her garden studio and sells her work through both exhibitions and shops local to her.

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PHOTO-2021-08-25-21-31-40 3

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PHOTO-2021-08-25-21-31-40 2

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PHOTO-2021-08-25-21-31-40 3

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Louise Brown 

Basketry

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lb.brown@icloud.com

www.louisebrownbasketmaker.co.uk

@louisebrownbasketmaker

Louise started basket making about 20 years ago and loves creating beautiful, functional and decorative pieces from such humble materials.  She enjoys the sustainability of her craft, along with the knowledge that this is a craft that has been practised for, quite literally, thousands of years, using the same techniques, weaves and simple hand tools.  

Handbag
Handbag

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Two Bottle Wine Carrier
Two Bottle Wine Carrier

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Globe Basket with Handle
Globe Basket with Handle

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Handbag
Handbag

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Helen Banzhaf MSDC

Textiles

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h.banzhaf@hotmail.co.uk

www.helenbanzhaf.co.uk

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Helen Banzhaf’s stitched textiles originate from her observations of everyday objects, more often than not, vessels. She explores their shapes and forms to create ‘landscapes’ of colour, pattern and texture. These pieces may allude quite clearly to the original forms or they may translate into purely abstract representations. 

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Helen Banzhaf 2

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Helen Banzhaf 1
Helen Banzhaf 1

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Helen Banzhaf 4
Helen Banzhaf 4

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Helen Banzhaf 2
Helen Banzhaf 2

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