Come and see the beautiful work by Mary Hall and Mary Lancefield of ‘Marymary Glass’ at our market this coming Saturday. They always have an array of striking handmade fused glass pieces including, coasters, jewellery and seasonal work such as these festive Christmas decorations. 🙂
Barbara Bond of ‘Barbo Glass’ is joining us this coming Saturday with her fused glass work. This is the second fused glass maker to exhibit with us, she has a very different style to our other regular maker, so come along and see her beautiful work. We think these little glass dishes are delightful! 🙂
This is a wonderfully simple card made by Becky Coggins of ‘Crofts Crafts’ A fresh look just right for spring occasions. Come and see her work along side so many other beautiful things, this Saturday 22nd April! 🙂
One of our regular makers Carolyn Ash of ‘Mosaic and Painted Memories’ is with us again this Saturday with all her glittering mosaics. The beautiful sparkly mirror ball is especially suited to this time of year, come along and take a look at these and all the other seasonal makes on show! Don’t forget, Santa will be raising money for Barnado’s 🙂
Mary Hall and Mary Lancefield of Mary Mary Glass produce beautiful fused glass like this decorative free standing glass panel. They are with us often and will be at Fakenham Parish Church on Saturday with their work. Do come along, you may see a Christmas present! 🙂
Sue has recently fulfilled a childhood dream. She was a creative child, always drawing, painting and making things. At a very early age she remembers watching a TV programme on making stained glass windows and thinking “what fun!”. After turning down a place at art college at 16 to pursue a career in scientific research and then spending the last few years teaching science, she is now having that “fun”.
Sue designs unique items out of stained glass and constructs them with lead or copper foil. She is also incorporating her love of wood carving. Sue’s work is moving towards sculptural and 3D artwork – her work and aspirations are evolving.
Sue comments: “It’s an absorbing hobby and it’s great when I can come up with new ideas. I love playing with pieces of coloured glass and getting tooled up in all my health & safety gear – I look like something out of Star Wars”.
Sue also paints, draws and plays the guitar. She gets her inspiration from science, nature, music and artists working in other media. She is grateful for the support and encouragement she gets from her partner, friends and mentors. She operates under the name “Aart Norfolk” and sells her glass work at art and craft fairs and is a frequent stall holder at the Fakenham Makers Market.