29 Jun 2019
10:00 — 17:00
THE MAKERS’ MARKET AT THE EXCHANGE
MAZEY DAY, SAT 29 JUN, 10.00 – 17.00
At The Makers’ Market you will find high quality wares made locally and in the region, in print, textile, ceramics, jewellery, lighting, bookbinding/publishing and more. We have a particularly exciting selection of ceramics at this event and some great newcomers whose work you may not have seen before.
The Makers’ Market showcases the work of local and regional makers and is committed to promoting contemporary design, artisanry and the handmade.
See Read More below for list of participating makers.
MEET THE MAKERS
- Atlantic Press
Works of graphic literature which present imaginative ideas or tell intriguing stories; working with talented illustrators and allowing them authorial freedom.
- Simon Bayliss
Slipware ceramics created at Brickworks; an open access ceramics studio in Penryn.
- Bee Bumps Surf Wax & SuperTubeDesigns
As surfing beekeepers Joe and Mags are passionate about reducing their environmental impact, by creating hand-made surfwax, using beeswax from their own beehives. Joe also creates art prints inspired by his love for surfing.
- Sovay Berriman
Unique clay works made at Brickworks; an open access ceramics studio in Penryn.
- Jessye Boulton
Luxurious and tactile knitted fabrics made using various natural yarns, with inspiration drawn from the environments that surround us; often reflective of and responsive to the Cornish landscape.
- Katie Bunnell
Fusing digital design processes with ceramics, and often working out of Brickworks; an open access ceramics studio in Penryn.
- Sarah Cooling
Delicate and sometime precarious ceramics made using a palette of subtle glazes, which seek to narrate the deep connection and sense of place invoked in West Penwith.
Copper lighting, hand-crafted using solid reclaimed materials: combining the elegance and beauty of design with functionality and bringing out the warm reflective hues of the natural copper.
- The Rolling Home
The Rolling Home combine their love for great design, journalism and travel into a beautifully produced, quarterly journal, celebrating alternative living.
- Jo’s Pots
Handmade in St Ives: inspired by nature, the rocks, the sea and sky and designed for loving what you eat and drink.
- Caroline Kelley-Foreman
Resin jewellery created with reclaimed vintage toy miniatures to make wearable narrative scenes with a quirky and humorous edge.
- Dee Frost Jewellery
Using traditional silversmithing methods as well as experimentation, Dee Frost creates individual pieces with a focus on eco metals and recycled materials.
- Ken Futers
Handbound journals, visitor books, diaries, address books and gift boxes covered in beautiful Japanese or marbled paper
- Porth Jewellery
Silver seaglass jewellery, using seaglass collected from the beaches, harbours and estuaries of Cornwall.
- Dean Knight
Sculptural works created at Brickworks; an open access ceramics studio in Penryn.
- Jane Mergler
Handmade at Brickworks; an open access ceramics studio in Penryn.
- Karen Scott
Pieces made by hand at Brickworks; an open access ceramics studio in Penryn, Cornwall
- Epping Smith
Hand screen printed in Penzance using beautifully simple, traditional, low tech techniques, onto unbleached fabric with environmentally friendly inks.
- Jaye Tayler
Functional and sculptural pieces created at Brickworks; an open access ceramics studio in Penryn.
- Helen Ward
Handmade resin jewellery incorporating graphic, high contrast and figurative drawings.