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…
Hello, I’m Mir, originally from Venezuela. Since I was very young I’ve always felt passionate about painting and illustration.
Today I live in the UK and have a Diploma in Graphic Design and Illustration.
The Red Dandelion was born from my inspiration, from the bright and vivid colors of the flowers until the deep of the space, most of my art is surrealism. On my website you will find my art, each original designs, printed over tote bags, mugs, postcard and shirts.
The items can be personalised.
As the Dandelion seed blows in the wind, each of my creations is a piece of me that it will go with you.
We offer guided walks on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne
Holy Island is a nature reserve of international importance for its bird and plant life. It also has a rich history being the “cradle of Christianity” for pagan Northumbria. These walks, led by an experienced local guide, will introduce you to the many facets of life on Holy Island.
Privately booked walks are available all year round and can be tailored to your groups requirement.
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.
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.
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.
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’.
An exciting art space in the beauthiful Northumbrian village of Felton. We have a shop and a gallery, we run creative workshops for all abilities. We have 8 resident artists and creatives and you are welcome to visit them in their studios. We hold exhibitions and events all year round and also have rooms for hire if you want to run your own event.
- Teaching tribal style belly dance. Facilitating workshops using dance and movement in developing self empowerment, positive body image, healthy living, confidence and team building.
- Design and production of costumes and jewellry.
- Event and holiday hosting, local and aboard.
Tribe Zuza has been running for 8 years.
Complementary Health Practitioner offering treatments in Reiki, Spiritual Healing, Crystal Chakra Balancing, Colour Therapy. Fiona also runs Colour workshops and Colour and Spirituality Retreat weekends. Fiona is based at the Therapy Room in Wooler and is listed on the Border Therapies website.
Fiona specialises in helping people with mental health issues.
She also helps people to cope with dealing with the effects of cancer.
Fiona has been practicing Reiki since 2002 & is trained to Reiki Master Practitioner level. She has been a member of The NFSH (now The Healing Trust) since 2005 qualifying in 2008. Fiona started her training in Colour Therapy in 2007 & achieved her Diploma in early 2010.
I run workshops in my studio on a farm and with sea views. I see clients for one-to-one therapy sessions. My painting are for sale and available in greeting card format.
I have been active for 4 years.
I have an art studio in Craster where I offer bespoke creative sessions for full or half days. Whether you’ve done nothing’ since your schooldays, or you want to try something new, I can provide guidance and equipment, or leave you to your own devices if you prefer. The studio is equipped for drawing and painting, stitching, collage or assemblage of functional or decorative objects. The beautiful local landscape, and seashore finds, provide abundant inspiration. Drawing or painting outings can be arranged in the locality, or you may prefer to draw in the adjacent ‘fisherman’s allotment garden’. There is space for up to 4 people. Tea, coffee and snacks provided.
Business Advice – Improving the lives of business owners by helping them work ON their business instead of IN their business. Generic modules tailored to suit a wide variation of Business Sectors.
Advice for Business have been running for 10 Years
Pet portraits and wildlife painter in pastels. Landscapes in pastels, oils and pencil.
I have been painting for over 30 years but been doing it full time since April 2013.
Emma designs websites for small creative businesses.
Emma is also a mixed media artist. Largely abstract in nature, she works using a variety of materials mixing the boundaries of painting, collage, sculpture and textiles. Currently working on incorporating digital imagery into her work, Emma is planning some printmaking and collage workshops in the winter – contact her for more information. You are very welcome to visit her in her studio, she is there Monday to Friday from 10am to 5pm, but please check first if making a special trip.