All Members

Tricia Jones
Tricia works as a mosaic artist from her studio in the grounds of her home in a small village in Hereford.

To share her passion, enthusiasm and skill in this fascinating medium she runs mosaic art courses from her studio, and offers home from home accommodation to students in her beautiful country house. Public and private mosaic commissions are accepted.  She has completed mosaic work with schools, County Councils and community groups over the past 15 years, and her mosaic commissions may be viewed in public spaces throughout the North West. Masterclasses in…

Glenn Morris
Stone carving

I run stone carving courses from my fully equipped studio set in the beautiful Welsh hills near Hay-on-Wye. I offer courses from beginner to intermediate – these range from 2 to 5 days and I also offer taster days at a special rate. Students are encouraged to achieve their personal aspirations and are trained in the use of tools, types of stone and techniques under careful guidance, thus allowing them to realise their full potential. I have a…

Ginn Downes
Ginn's Creative Workshops and School of Sewing

  I have been sewing, creating textile and art pieces all my life and strongly believe that “creativity feeds the soul”. I am passionate that everyone should be given the opportunity to discover their own creative potential, whether it is through sewing, textiles or art. I was trained in Fashion and Textiles and over the past 30 years, I have been fortunate to teach students of a wide age range. After running the Textiles Department at Hereford…

Pearl Taylor
Felt-making with botanical dyeing and eco-printing

Pearl Taylor an artisan felt-maker and botanical printmaker and dyer. Small courses held on a Welsh Borderlands farm – 10 miles from Hay-on-Wye.  Individualised courses my speciality integrating design with purpose made prefelts to take the fear out of balancing colours and shapes. Botanical dyeing can be integrated with felted products or taught as a standalone natural fabric print workshop using hedgerow plants. Do drop me an email to…

Rowan McOnegal
Herbal Medicine

I have been a qualified medical herbalist for over 25 years and have many years teaching experience. Courses take place around the kitchen table in my eco home and organic garden in Herefordshire. They are practical, informal and fun. My aim is to build peoples’ confidence in the safe and effective use of herbs for self help and healthcare. I also teach the art of perfumery – how to make your own natural perfumes using infused and essential…

Bill Robson
Glass Fusing

Every morning I’m welcomed by a stream of colours – dancing reflections beaming through my living room from a modest stained glass panel – enough in itself, also a starting point for this versatile material which by the use of the warm glass method of kiln fusing and slumping can be changed in shape, colour and texture. Bill belongs and exhibits his bowls, panels and dichroic jewellery with the Gloucestershire Guild of Craftsmen…

Jane Meredith
Dyeing, Spinning & Weaving

Learn how to dye wool and fabric with natural dyes made from plants that grow in my garden and surrounds on the banks of the River Wye, Herefordshire, UK. I teach most things to do with wool, as well as selling Brinkley looms and peg looms -and sometimes coloured wool and fleeces. I have been learning about wool, starting with a spinning wheel, since about 25 years ago, and have been running workshops for the last 10 years. I have some items for sale on…

Nicola Hopwood
Stained Glass Artist

Nicky is an experienced stained glass artist and tutor. She has designed and made windows for public buildings and private houses across the country in a contemporary, organic style. In addition to several years regular teaching at the School of Art & Design, Bristol and Herefordshire College of Art & Design, she has run many lively and intensive short courses. Recent commissions include windows for St Mary’s Church, Newent, Gloucestershire,…

Jenni Stuart-Anderson
Rag Rug Making

Before moving to Herefordshire Jenni Stuart-Anderson worked as a freelance designer and lecturer at a London art college. Since 1987 she has taught rag rug making in England and Wales passing on traditional techniques of Hooking, Progging and Plaiting (Braiding). In her work she combines techniques in traditional or contemporary designs for rugs, hangings and 3 dimensional works which she has exhibited widely. With work in private collections in America,…

Jenny Pearce
Willow Basketmaker

Originally from Dublin and now living in rural Herefordshire, I have been a basketmaker for over 20 years, learning my craft mostly in the West of Ireland, but also from expert basketmakers in England and France. Working mostly with unstripped willow, with its variety of texture and colour, I like to borrow from traditional Celtic and English Regional styles to develop more contemporary designs.  Texture is very important in my work.  I am inspired by…