Andy Sylvester




My work is concerned with figuration and the representation of the world. This usually takes the form of portraits and still life paintings I am interested in composition and the way that colour, line, mark and texture can be used to evoke a narrative or emotion within an image. I work from photographic sources and all works are in acrylic. I can work to commission.

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Nicola Rowe



I create art that is playful & bright, organic and whimsical, inspired by nature yet guided by my inner feelings & emotions. Every painting I create is unique and captures personal moments in life expressed through the use of colour, shapes &  pattern. I create (most) of my art intuitively, meaning I don’t plan out beforehand how a piece will look, so every piece is spontaneous and unique. Available to purchase on the day will be original pieces of art, art prints and a selection of greeting cards featuring my artwork. I am also available for custom commissions. Please see my website for details.



Julia Foggin (Mist Jewellery) (1)

“Silversmithing is in my blood! Like my blacksmith ancestors, I love manipulating and forming metal. I beat silver into delicate, organic shapes adding freshwater pearls with irregular characteristics and iridescent colours to create unique, highly feminine pieces.” Julia Foggin hails from Lancashire but is now based in Shropshire where she works from her beautiful workshop and gallery called MIST in the Ironbridge Gorge. At the Maws Craft Centre, she designs and makes her distinctive hammered silver jewellery, from tiny ear studs to intricately constructed statement pieces. As well as producing readymade pieces, she welcomes commissions, so you can choose your own colours and styles. She also offers a wedding service making bespoke jewellery for brides and bridesmaids.


Jenny O’leary

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Jenny is a textile artist and tutor living and working in Shropshire. Her work is inspired by the landscape of Shropshire, it’s colours, patterns textures and shapes.. Through her textile art she aims to bring out feelings about the landscape rather than being a true representation of any one place. Jenny works predominately in batik(hot wax resist) on tissue paper and on fabric, often combining it with machine embroidery which adds a drawn element to her work. She teaches course and workshops related to her work.