St Mary's Centre
By Haddenham Webteam - 4th December 2015 11:00am
Sally Evans is hosting an Artists and Makers' Christmas Fair at Bradmoor Farm on Friday 11th and Saturday 12th December — located in the area beside the café from 10.00am until 4.00pm.
Exhibitors will include Liz Dee (www.thesilverworkshop.org.uk) — Handcrafted contemporary sterling silver jewellery; Naomi Foreman-Peck — (Sewnaomi on FB) — Fabric pencil rolls, clothing and Christmas stockings; and Ali Smith (www.aphroditerocksgemstonejewellery.co.uk). All three are Haddenham residents.
In total there will be 14 artists and makers showing their crafts and goods, including ceramicists Jeremy White from Wendover and Chris Inder from Princes Risborough, Elizabeth Bond from Kingsey who makes leather goods including belts and moulded pieces, mixed media artists Linda Cavill, glass artist Jenny Hoole, Sue Graham artist who works at Commercial Square Studios in Wycombe and creates paintings inspired by poetry, music and landscape and Terry Castle turns wood to form beautiful bowls.
For more information, see here or Tel: 01844 273069
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