Claire is a self-taught artist working from her studio in Stratford-upon-Avon, where she produces the most amazing 3D works of art using reclaimed objects. Old wooden trays and cigar boxes become frames for colourful busy scenes made from driftwood, old battered bits of wood become woodland birds or animals, or Claire will make gorgeous little creatures out of felt.
Lucy studied Illustration and Animation at Manchester Metropolitan University, followed by an Illustration Master’s Degree at Brighton University. Lucy has worked as a graphic, product & textile designer, however in between juggling 3 young children, now paints full time from her studio in Cheshire. Lucy’s passion is creating fun, quirky pieces of artwork, that each tell their own story.
If you see a piece of Lucy's artwork that you'd like but is out of stock, please do email Louise on email@example.com and you may pre-order for the next print run.
Ros studied at the University of Wolverhampton, finishing with a First Class Degree in Three Dimensional Design (Ceramics). Ros now combines teaching workshops with making ceramics, and she shows extensively worldwide.
Ros will upcylce a wide range of materials into her eclectic birds & hanging aquatic fish. Using different methods to product the ceramic element, the fish & birds will often be fused with vintage items - think an old tap, teacup, bottle, beer keg, pulley or antique tin - you name it - anything works!
Melanie designs the most gorgeous fused glass pictures, from her workshop just outside Cardiff. Melanie discovered her passion for fused glass at night school only a few years ago, and now focuses full time on producing the wonderful pieces you see here from Ice Lollies to Beer Bottles, from Bugs to Harbour Wall...
Tilly's Cottages are made by Louise Whiteley, who runs 3 Blue Stars, and they are lovely little shabby chic, seaside cottages and beach huts, made from driftwood, old wood and vintage objects. You'll often find the owners washing drying on the line, little shell sail boats bobbing in the sea, or pesky seagulls sitting on top of the cottage roofs...