Rachael works as a painter in a wide variety of media as well as format. From smaller individual paintings to large scale murals her work can be found in private homes as well public spaces such as hotels, hospitals and even cruise ships. Commissioned paintings range from ‘trompe l’oeil’ to abstract and she is also an experienced teacher offering a range of workshops which cover many different methods of painting and materials suitable for everyone including complete beginners.
Jenny’s paintings are exhibited and sold in galleries throughout the UK and overseas. Commissions for her unique food and wine themed paintings come from private clients worldwide. Her great sense of colour and her choice of subject matter appeals to art, food and wine lovers alike. Jenny’s art workshops are a source of inspiration for artist beginners and professionals alike. Well worth signing up for a day class to learn her tricks of the trade in all sorts of mediums.
Frivolities delivers something so encapsulating and special that you cherish not just the hand-crafted jewellery but the entire package – Including the bow. Jessica creates a piece that last’s a lifetime and tells a story about you to pass on through generations. Frivolities will evoke feelings of freedom and fun whilst being socially and environmentally aware. So even if you’re not wearing Frivolities yourself, you get joy from gifting it, noticing it being worn and it’s principals. Commissions welcomed :)
Rosie graduated from the former Bath Academy in 1995. Her oil paintings are colourful emotive sensitive studies of childhood. Along side these she has developed a unique process of paper collaged seems that sit within a painting. Rosie formulated her practice as an artist at ACAVA and Great Western Studios in London. Her courses are popular with historical context and lots of demonstrations.
Carol enjoys making individual pieces in silver or gold using unusual precious and semi -precious stones; sourced from all over the world.
Carol uses hand tools and simple equipment to fuse and texturise the metal in her studio space at The Colour Factory and some of her work can be seen displayed in the gallery. Individual commissions welcome.
Emily Smith is a designer-maker with an exploratory spirit. She experiments with different metals and techniques to craft wearable and decorative objects. Gathering inspiration from an amalgam of ideas intertwined with humanity, her current work revolves around emotional interactions and connections with people.
Mia PrestonInterior Designer
Mia worked in Advertising for 10 years until she followed her passion for Interior Design with her studies at Chelsea College of Art doing an Interior Design Diploma.
“There is something totally individual in every client and their vision and with some help, that can be brought to life with very pleasing results.”
Mia will be offering classes in Lampshade making using traditional handmade marbled papers and using my extensive background in Interior Design and sourcing antiques to run workshops on creating mood boards, colour scheme planning and one to one consultations.