[CRAIG FELLOWS]



By Hand: the exhibition

Sunday 6 October 2013 to Sunday 19 January 2014

Looking for that special Christmas gift or a unique shopping experience in the beautiful surroundings of Ordsall Hall? Then this exhibition is for you.

Running alongside the new shop space at Salford Museum and Art Gallery, this temporary exhibition at Ordsall Hall will showcase more of the quality art and craft work made by local and national artists, for sale at affordable prices.

By Hand: the launch

Wednesday 13 November 2013, 5.00pm to 7.30pm
Salford Museum and Art Gallery, Peel Park, The Crescent, Salford, M5 4WU, 0161 778 0800

This special craft social event is your chance to meet some of the By Hand artists as the new shop space and exhibition are launched. There will be extra stalls on the night for a chance to buy early Christmas presents and the bar and cafe will be open. The craft social reference library will also be available for you to browse and get inspired for your next project.

 

 

By hand: the exhibition - exhibiting artists

Ceramics

  • Kerry Thacker (no website)
  • Cheryl Ewing

Glass

  • Genevieve Thompson

Jewellery

  • Bea Jareno
  • Charlotte Verity
  • Claire Halsall
  • Cloversoul
  • Ella Robinson
  • Eve Redmond
  • Evi Grigoropoulou (no website)
  • Fumi
  • Jessica Hewitt
  • Kirsty Wernham (no website)
  • Rebecca Gillott (no website)
  • Shelanu
  • Slicksilver

Painting

  • John Walsh
  • Lynn Howarth (no website)
  • Lynn Kirkley
  • Matt Davies

Papercutting

  • Rachel Gibson

Print

  • Caroline Daly
  • Jo Wright (no website)
  • Lydia Meiying

Sculpture

  • Amy Daniels
  • Julia Jowett (no website(
  • Mark Haig
  • Stephanie Hopkins

Textiles:

  • Amy Walker
  • Annabel Perrin
  • Chris Jones
  • Craig Fellows
  • Jane White
  • Jill McCarthy (no website)
  • Rosie James

Written by CRAIG FELLOWS — October 20, 2013

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