Present Maker 2018 at Harbour House

Image Credit: Charlotte Dalrymple-Hay - silver jewellery


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Tuesday 27 November 2018 – Sunday 09 December 2018
Opening Hours: 10am - 5pm (11am- 3pm Sundays)

A Christmas-themed exhibition of arts and crafts by members of the South Hams Arts Forum.

Sandy Litchfield’s English lead-free pewter creations make ideal gifts for Christmas, birthdays or 'just because'.  She makes jewellery, games, bowls and items combining wood and pewter.

Fiona Cocks makes matching jewellery from silver, copper and brass, as well as a sea glass range inspired by the Devon coast and using recycled materials. There will also be beautiful handmade, contemporary classic silver jewellery by Charlotte Dalrymple-Hay.

Caroline Barker will be selling little handmade books, original prints and cards, and Anna Ventura shows inkwork animals, cards and other printed gifts featuring her works.

Jane Mahood will bring mosaic Christmas decorations as well as unusual and unique pieces suitable for Christmas gifts, including tables, bowls, clocks and objets d’art.

Mark Weston Lewis is a professional wood turner with bowls, vases, boxes and candle holders from fallen trees or pruned branches.

Jennifer Cooper shows prints and Christmas cards and Stacey Hardwick’s textile art, created using free motion embroidery, is inspired by the beautiful South Hams and her love for the natural environment.  It is bright, cheerful and evocative. 

Janice Walton’s oil paintings depict South African wild flowers and local scenes including Burgh Island.


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