Pat created her ‘Striipes’ concept after returning from living in Kenya for 21 years, where she taught art and was a well-established artist. Her merchandise is varied , widely sourced and includes her own creations. Her products from Nairobi are bought from local women’s groups whom she knows. There are striped Kenyan baskets, striped Kenyan cotton home items like napkins, cushions and aprons, and her own abstract striped pictures and cards. The ‘Striipes’ theme links all her exciting and colourful goods.
As an artist, her other paintings and exhibition history can be viewed on www.patkeay.com
Annie makes mosaics for the home and garden. She loves to up cycle and uses all manner of materials from car windscreen glass, broken jewellery, in fact anything she can lay her hands on! She also has a jewellery range which she makes using old damaged vintage china. She loves the thought that small broken pieces can be put together again to make a beautiful whole to be treasured anew. Each one of her pieces is original, unique and one of a kind. If you have a piece of broken china which is of sentimental value, she can recycle it and make it into a lasting memento such as a piece of jewellery.
Contact her by mobile: 079 099 25047 or email: email@example.com and she’d be delighted to help.
Zoë is a local artist and textile designer who works with camera-less photography - blueprinting, also known as cyanotype - making unique prints on paper and fabric. Trained in textiles at a Central St. Martins she loves fabric and colour and with a background in fashion applies her designs to clothing, scarves and homewares. She is open to work to commission - blueprint portraits make a unique way of capturing a silhouette. Or creating a significant textile piece for a client. Zoë can often be found with her stall at Herne Hill Farmers market on a Sunday 10 - 4pm and welcomes studio visits by appointment.