Category Archives: Artists & Crafters
There are many talented creative artists and crafters either using recycled and/or natural materials today. As well as those who use their art to promote issues relating to the environment. Have a read of the posts below, for a diverse source of inspiration.
Don’t forget to visit the Art and Craft sections of our directly for links to more talented creatives.
Are you an artist or crafter using recycled and/or natural materials? Does your work promote environmental issues?
We would love to feature you in our blog so please get in touch!
The lovely Hannah Lobley is our Gold Award winner 2018. We asked Hannah to tell us more about herself and her work…..
Introducing the work of Christy of Arborea Jewellery, our newest member at EcoCreate. We asked her about herself and her beautiful work, this is what she had to tell us….
Huge CONGRATULATIONS to our virtual exhibition winners! Gold Award – Jacquelyn Cook – ‘Elements’ Silver Award – Rachel Caunce – ‘Mother Earth & Precious Metals’ Bronze Award – Jan Brocklehurst – ‘Beach Scene & Dragonflies’ It was incredibly close, our … Continue reading
I am an artist who works with soley natural or upcycled materials. I use mineral pigments mixed into a hand-made milk paint, found objects, plant dyes, grasses and seeds, pre-used goodies – whatever I can get my hands on! With … Continue reading
The lovely MJ Ryle of The Purple Finch is one of our fabulous panel of judges for the January 2017 exhibition Time & Tide. We thought this would be a lovely opportunity to learn more about her and her fantastic … Continue reading
We are again absolutely thrilled with the quality and diversity of work submitted and are very pleased to announce that the following have been selected to take part in ‘Time & Tide’ Exhibition January 2017.
How absolutely wonderful are these nixie clocks from Bad Dog Designs?! The fabulously talented Paul Parry creates these using salvaged tubes and recycled test equipment. We asked Paul to tell us all about his creations, here’s what he has to tell … Continue reading