Two Northumbrian artists working with reclaimed materials to make interesting pieces inspired by the rugged coastline and the beautiful rural landscapes found in Northumberland.
We sell through facebook (contact via email), Elements – Rothbury, Gallery 45 – Felton and Bolam Café – Bolam Lake.
We will also be exhibiting at the 2018 Alnmouth Arts Festival in June
Talking Point Events are an Event Management company based in the North East. We are masters of both the creative right brain and the organised left brain. As
your partner in planning, we shine a fresh and innovative approach on your event. We infuse your event with style and imagination, always keeping an open mind to incorporate thoughtful details reflecting your personality, aims and objectives.
Talking Point Events have been running since October 21st 2013
The creation, management and development of events, these are mainly community and I work mostly in local government. Events such as Northumberland Live Festivals, managing the main stage for Tall Ships, entertainment for the Tour of Britain.
Feasibility studies for any large-scale event, bands, speakers, street theatre, event health and safety, sound systems, stages, photography, videography, site crew, in fact anything you need for most event
I don’t organise or plan weddings, birthdays etc.
You can find more on the links bellow:
I am an artist based in North Shields, where I run groups and classes through my community interest company. I also run creative days at the coast in Low Hauxley near Amble. Full details of any of the classes can be found on my website under creative classes. I can also organise classes to fit with your plans/wishes. I work primarily with felt and fibre but not exclusively. I embrace an environmentally friendly ethic in my work and encourage it in others. I am a former professional photographer who strongly believes everyone can improve their own sense of happiness and well being by enjoying, exploring and embracing their own creativity. I also collaborate with Elaine Maughan, a natural energy healer, to hold spiritually creative days.
Helen Barlow runs a graphic design company based in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, specialist in:
A Branding design for small businesses and start ups including logo design, marketing design and web design
B Expert in packaging design and label design for food, drink and organic products from artisan and gourmet producers
In addition I can provide a number of add on services such as print handling or your having your brand / image seen on various promotional products and fair trade items.
I am working ethically as a freelance graphic designer in the North East with affordable fair rates and outsourcing to local, family run and independent suppliers in the UK and Fair Trade developing world.
refelt re.worked re.cycled
refelt is a concept developed by Hala Zaluczkowska, involving the reworking and recycling fashion and textiles. Quality fashion items such as coats; suits; hats and accessories are collected and worked on to create an individual and tailored item. Textiles are recycled to make tactile blankets and throws and furnishings with a bespoke offer. Each item is considered individually to create re-loved, re-worked pieces for a contemporary market. Felt is incorporated into both fashion and textile items.
The Art Evolution online art gallery contains artwork from the UKs finest up-and-coming artists, many of them based in the North East of England. However if you did not find the type of art you are interested or would like to see additional artwork by a specific we would love to hear from you.
Frankie started out collecting sea glass, shells and driftwood on beaches across the world, and for over twenty years she has enjoyed making jewelry from her finds. Recently she has branched out into making brooches and necklaces from wool, shells, beads and sparkles in bright colours. She uses driftwood to create scenes and mobiles. Frankie is interested in sharing ideas with other women makers, and if you’re interested in buying anything just get in touch.
A one-stop clothes care and crafting shop offering: alterations and repairs including bridal and prom; curtain alterations; fitting and remodelling of men’s and ladies’ garments; dressmaking; millinery; gent’s bow ties, ties, cravats, and waistcoats to order; knitwear; dry cleaning; haberdashery; yarn; fabric; craft kits and supplies; lampshade supplies and refurbishment; courses; room hire; crafting hen parties; bridal ribbons and favours, and decorative wedding supplies to order.
we offer 10% off charity knitting yarn.
KT Designs is Kathryn Thompson’s art gallery based at Broxfield, an organic farm in rural Northumberland, where she creates bespoke impression art work.
The gallery houses her display of exquisite hand-made plaster tiles, created using impressions of beautiful flowers, plants and other natural things.
Each tile is completely unique and original.
My name is Lucy Maresh and I am a Massage Therapist and Yoga Teacher.
You are invited to join me and my family at our home in Shilbottle, Northumberland for Yoga classes, Workshops, Massage Therapy and Quiet Retreats.
We benefit from beautiful sea views, open countryside, big skies and a well equipped studio with underfloor heating. We offer here a space for yoga, for massage, for retreats, good food and great company – a space to ‘just be’.
Self catering accommodation – two holiday lets sleeping 2- 5 people. Available for holidays, family get-togethers, parties, courses and workshops.
Set in an acre of land with working garden, chickens, polytunnel and pond. Several ‘Eco-features’ including PV panels and Biomass heating.
Running since August 2012 at Swansfield Stables – on the edge of Alnwick
I run creative workshops teaching heritage textile crafts – natural dyeing, ecoprinting, indigo and Shibori and weaving.
I produce naturally dyed textiles in silk wool and cotton – scarves, wall hangings, bags and more and sell dye plants.
Why ‘MuddMade’? Because my name’s Judy Mudd and I made them!
A MuddMade thing offers you….
Fun Colourful Vibrant and often Quirky Fabrics…
Used to handcraft beautiful bags and more…
All finished to a high standard…
Shadowcat Films is a film production company based in Northumberland.
The company is run by Alysoun Sharpe who has produced several documentary films relevant to
Northumberland. Her new documentary about Josephine Butler follows on from her previous
films To the Border Bred, The Forgotten Workers and Valley in the North.
She is also a freelance assistant producer, and has worked on several prime time television shows
including Robson Green's Tales from Northumberland, Coastal Lives, and David Jason: My
Life on Screen.
We provides the courses, training and counselling of tea ceremony & tea practice
which are to learn tea brewing skills physically & get inner stillness spiritually, a new
health lifestyle concept.
Anna Turnbull creates unique items for sale and delivers feltmaking, basketry and willow sculpture workshops at a variety of locations in Northumberland and the Scottish Borders and bespoke workshops for groups and schools. She also welcomes commissions.
She makes hand felted wearable items, first ‘painting’ with a varied palette of dyed wools, and then felting them to create something delicate and ephemeral using fine wools and silks, or using more sculptural techniques to form vessels.
She also uses many varieties of coloured willows grown locally for basketry, and the traditional techniques used to work with them, to create baskets and sculptures.