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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…

Sarah Amatt
Suminagashi: Japanese Paper Marbling

Suminagashi, or Japanese paper marbling, is the oldest form of marbling dating back to the 12th century. The process is simple and no prior knowledge or ‘artistic’ skill is needed – just curiosity and the desire to have a go! The workshops I teach are designed to help you acquire the necessary skills to create your own designs at home with an understanding of the materials, tools and process.  There will be demonstrations and plenty of…

Andrew Pearson
Woodcarving and Turning

Andrew has been a woodcarver and turner since his Design degree in the 1980s and he now works from a small studio at his home in Ludlow on the Shropshire/Herefordshire border. Ludlow is well known for its medieval timbered houses and fabulous St Lawrence’s church, and it has been an inspiration and source of countless local commissions for Andrew for many years. Andrew can teach one or two people at a time in the studio, in a relaxed and hands-on…