We are delighted to have Paul Jarvis of ‘Flint Cottage’ with us for the first time this Saturday. He makes wonderful decorative Items cut from wood such as this lovely hare. Come along and see his work and the many other wonderful things for sale and Santa is paying another visit 🙂
Check this gorgeous hare out.This is made by Neil Elsgood of ‘Enchanted Hollow Crafts’ who will be with us this Saturday with his partner in crime Siobhan Riley. Their stall is always stacked with goodies so come along and take a look.
Another reminder about Santa too, he’ll be raising money for Barnado’s! So do tell your friends 🙂
I’m very pleased that returning to us again this coming Saturday is James Hough of ‘Jim’s Turnings’. Bringing into our mix the traditional craft of wood turning.Jim makes a wide range of items so come along and have a look 🙂
Just two weeks now until our next market on 23rd April. Joining us at that event will be regulars Siobhan Riley and Neil Elsgood of ‘Enchanted Hollow Crafts’. One of their new products are these stylish planters, just right for this time of year! Come on over and see them and lots of other lovely work that will be on sale! 🙂
One of the traditional craftsmen we have joining us on Saturday 12th December is James Hough of ‘Jim’s Turnings’. He produces one off pieces with his wood turning technique such as this lovely bowl made of Ash.
He was an artist himself, painting in oils and making wooden items. When
Jeremy was around seven, his Dad would be making swords and shields for him
and his brother. Jeremy would be watching and asking questions about what he
was doing – it was fascinating!
For Jeremy himself, his creative side didn’t really peak until he was around
sixteen when he started to produce drawings and paintings, as well as write
poetry. He went to King’s Lynn College at twenty three and completed a BTEC
in Art & Design, and then went on to do Ceramics for a further two years.
With this experience under his belt, he opened Redstone Pottery at
Snettisham Farm Park, joined West Norfolk Open Studios and took part in many
Jeremy’s enthusiasm for his art has never diminished and he is constantly
looking for new ventures and avenues for his work.
Jeremy is now a regular maker at Fakenham Makers Market (and you will also
see him most weeks at the Thursday Market). He makes unique pieces of wooden
furniture and other useful objects. These pieces often incorporate his
artistic ideas as well.
He operates under the name ‘Circle of Motion’. Jeremy comments: “The name
represents my belief that there are no boundaries to what can be created in
the different media I use. My work uses recycled and upcycled timber and
other items and once you start putting this together it’s just amazing what