Courtyard Makers Market

Saturday 4th September 2021

Have a look below to find out more about each of the makers taking part in the Makers Market on Saturday 4th September...

The Pure Image Works

The Pure Image Works create images of a wide variety of subjects, specialising in the photography of flowers, nature, and landscapes. The aim is to create images that transcend the mere recording of a subject and become more artistic, with compositions that are a celebration of colour, light, shape, and intricate detail with the minimum of digital manipulation.
These images are presented for sale in a number of varying formats including greeting cards, framed and unframed photographic prints, and glass tableware.

Find out more about The Pure Image Works here.

Katy Wilkinson Jewellery

Katy Wilkinson is a designer and maker of contemporary jewellery, based in Melksham, Wiltshire. Working mainly in sterling silver with gemstones and a little gold, she creates simple yet timeless designs, suitable for all occasions and every-day wear and uses surface texture to add embellishment. Katy also takes commissions.

Find out more about Katy's work here.

Grants' Farm Foods : The Magnificent Seed

The Magnificent Seed is a bee friendly coldpressed rapeseed oil grown on a farm on Salisbury Plain. The rapeseed is grown without insecticide, using 'regenerative agriculture' methods to preserve the soil structure and hold carbon in the soil, and provide natural protection from hungry insects. The oil was shortlisted for the Great British Food Awards and also proudly holds a Silver Taste of the West for 2020 and 2021. ‘The Magnificent Seed’ rapeseed oil will be for sale in bottles, refill pouches, pourers and gift sets, ranging from £3.50 to £19.

Find out more about The Magnificent Seed here.

Pippaluk Crafts

Pip White was born and brought up in Salisbury. It has only been recently that her discovery of needle felting has allowed her to explore her talent in a very unique way. Her use of fibre forms an illusion of watercolour or pastels and allows her to create landscapes and coastal scenes mainly from the south west of England. The pictures are created by repeatedly stabbing wool, yak or silk fibres into a backing felt using a barbed felting needle, producing tactile and subtle impressions of natural landscapes.

Find out more about Pip's work here.

Jewellery by Gem

Gemma creates unique jewellery, mainly pendants and earrings, using silver clay, in which she holds diplomas in Art Clay & Precious Metal Clay (PMC). Gemma’s jewellery is elegant and light, for every day or for dressing up for that special occasion.

Find out more about Gemma's work here.

Folk Salad Annie

Ann Miller studied environmental design and then worked as a commercial interior designer. As an artist maker, she likes to use mixed media including acrylics, collage and printing to create hand crafted cards, decorative boxes and small artworks. Ann also enjoys upcycling and using interesting furniture pieces as a canvas for her artwork. Influences include American folk art, architecture and trompe l' oeil. Her work can also be seen at Chalk House Emporium, Wilton shopping village.

Find out more about Ann's work here.

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