Lustre 2015 makers

Take a look at who will be exhibiting at Lustre this year

  • 224x224 www.janieknittedtextiles.co.uk

    Contemporary accessories made from British wool fabric knitted on hand-operated machines

  • 224x224 www.stuartakroydglass.com

    Organically shaped, and vibrantly coloured, glassware; employing traditional Venetian glass-making techniques 

  • 224x224 www.debbiebarber.co.uk

    Raku and sawdust-fired ceramics with hand-drawn patterns that have been burnished and polished

  • 224x224 www.laurabaxter.co.uk

    Unique jewellery and limited-edition pieces inspired by plants, birds and vintage finds;
    complemented by a range of contemporary sustainable furniture and design-led products for interiors

  • 224x224 www.lauriebeth.co.uk

    Miniature ceramic and silver vessels alongside mixed-media jewellery incorporating silver, gold, ceramics and textiles

  • 224x224 www.stevenbradley.org

    Jewellery and objects taking inspiration from scientific processes and paraphernalia

  • 224x224 www.circle52.com

    Beautiful, functional, and unique homeware made from wood

  • 224x224 www.keneardley.com

    Hand-built, hand-stenciled, functional ceramics with strong graphic patterns and colour

  • 224x224 www.racheleardley.com

    Contemporary jewellery made from vintage coins, alongside hand-stitched textiles and limited-edition prints with a nostalgic twist

  • 224x224 www.busybudgiejewellery.com

    Jewellery made using traditional silversmithing techniques and incorporating felt

  • 224x224 www.harriet-elkerton.weebly.com

    Slip-cast porcelain vessels, functional and non-functional, decorated with undulating organic lines

  • 224x224 www.rachel-elliott.com

    Animal sculptures made using traditional techniques of lost-wax casting and printing with fired enamels on kiln-formed glass

  • 224x224 www.craigfellows.co.uk

    Colourful interior and fashion textiles using traditional silkscreen and digital printing techniques, inspired by the natural world

  • 224x224 www.kategilliland.com

    Fragments of nature, cast and transformed into precious metal jewellery

  • 224x224 www.louisehallceramics.com

    Hand-built porcelain forms, vessels and lighting inspired by the textures of fabric and lace 

  • 224x224 www.jessicahewitt.com

    Jewellery incorporating floral imagery found on modern and vintage textiles

  • 224x224 www.hughes-templin.com

    Striking jewellery distinguished by clarity of form alongside elegant and decorative tableware

  • 224x224 www.annacollettehunt.com

    Ceramics recalling the opulence and grandeur of historic houses and their natural history collections 

  • 224x224 www.jojewellery.blogspot.co.uk

    Two distinct jewellery collections - ‘Every Cloud has a Gold Lining’ & ‘Totally Charming’ – unified by a common contemporary aesthetic 

  • 224x224 www.juliajowett.com

    Folk tales and children’s stories inform intricate wire, pencil, and hand-embroidered works for the wall

  • 224x224 www.jenniferkidd.com

    Elegant, minimalist jewellery for men and women alongside silver tableware distinguished by clean line, surface and shape 
  • 224x224 www.suepryke.com

    A range of functional products for the home that combine natural oak and smooth vitrified ceramics, pulled together by a palette of indigo, burnt charcoal and concrete. 

  • 224x224 www.ruthlyne.co.uk

    Glass jewellery evoking memories of beachcombing and the excitement of discovery

  • 224x224 www.lauramabbutt.com

    Seamless, felt objects and jewellery made from undyed wool and fibres

  • 224x224 www.maksymi.co.uk

    Wearable pieces of jewellery combining new and traditional techniques and rooted in the interpretation of place  

  • 224x224 www.lucymartin.co.uk

    Jewellery influenced by modernist design using unexpected combinations of gemstones set in asymmetric forms

  • 224x224 www.jomcallister.com

    Subtle, tactile, textured jewellery incorporating uncut gemstones and found objects. Fine silver and gold, stone-hammered with burnished edges

  • 224x224 www.axisweb.org/p/michaelamcmillan

    Handmade sculptural objects fashioned from papier mâché, embroidery and collage, set within glass domes

  • 224x224 www.lindamillerembroideries.co.uk

    Unique, machine-embroidered figurative wall pieces characterised by their innocent charm

  • 224x224 www.facebook.com/katrinmoyepage

    Wheel-thrown and hand-built earthenware ceramics decorated with coloured slips, evoking a Scandinavian rural idyll and childhood memories

  • 224x224www.alasdairnelson.co.uk

    Hand-built geodesic porcelain forms with vibrant, crackle-glazed internal surfaces

  • 224x224www.noseyparkerdesigns.co.uk

    Accessories for the home using quality fabrics and appliqué techniques 

  • 224x224www.nobuko.co.uk

    Clusters of natural crystals and precious metal cubes combine in the creation of jewellery taking its inspiration from organic and geometric structures

  • 224x224www.amandaross.co.uk

    Exquisitely detailed works for the wall created using a technique of printing directly from plant cuttings onto fabric. Shown alongside complementary ranges of stationery and tableware 

  • 224x224www.artgems.co.uk

    Sculptural jewellery inspired by shell and coral forms discovered on Suffolk beaches

  • 224x224www.hannahsawtell.co.uk

    Illustrative artwork exploring the relationship between locality and community, and interior/exterior spaces

  • 224x224www.seed-designs.co.uk

    Bold, contemporary jewellery made using ceramic, rubber and elastic, inspired by movement and structure

  • 224x224www.sevengaugestudios.com

    Knitted and woven home and fashion accessories influenced by mid-20thcentury design

  • 224x224www.sintamani.com

    Jewellery informed by Indian patterning motifs featuring the lotus flower, Hindu symbol of beauty

  • 224x224www.hayleysutcliffe.com

    Bespoke enamelware pieces hand-crafted in copper with painted and subtly marked surfaces

  • 224x224www.tantidesign.co.uk

    Furniture and accessories from sustainably sourced English timber, hand-finished, low- carbon footprint products

  • 224x224www.emilythatcher.co.uk

    Jewellery inspired by electron microscope images of cellular and molecular structures

  • 224x224 www.ashleythomasdesign.co.uk

    Childhood memories add nostalgic charm to illustrated products, handmade and printed in England
  • 224x224 www.annathomson.co.uk

    Processes of repetition, variation and erosion reflected in monochrome vases, coasters, lighting and jewellery

  • 224x224 www.deborahtimperley.co.uk

    Contemporary and geometric wall and freestanding panels of fused glass alongside bowls, tiles and coasters

  • 224x224 www.sarahtyssen.co.uk

    Super soft Merino wool scarves and blankets inspired by the Arts and Craft Movement designed on a Dobby loom

  • 224x224 www.wallerhewett.co.uk

    Bespoke textile artworks and products exploring texture, colour and structure 

  • 224x224 www.libbyward.co.uk

    Novel materials and a range of fabrication processes combine to create jewellery referencing museum collections

  • 224x224 www.wildricedesigns.com
    Handmade wall plaques made from plaster and concrete form the canvas for original, botanically inspired resin coated glicee prints
  • 224x224 www.knitmeastitchceramics.com

    Mould-formed porcelain vessels capture the fluidity of fabric

  • 224x224 www.gennadelaney.com

    Sculptural, precious-metal jewellery, incorporating unusual stones and perspex

  • 224x224 www.fotoceramica.co.uk

    Ceramic ware bearing photographic images exposed directly onto its surfaces

  • 224x224 www.aimeebollu.co.uk

    Contemporary porcelain vessels incorporating found objects with echoes of their past lives 

  • 224x224 www.katemcbride.co.uk

    Contemporary reinterpretations of Wedgwood and Sèvres ceramics that also reflect upon our ‘throw-away’ culture

  • 224x224 www.systemg.co.uk

    Hand-crafted leather bags with a minimalist aesthetic

Young Meteors

  • 224x224 www.rebeccablakeway.com

    Jewellery using enamel and patterning inspired by the intricate details found on natural and artificial surfaces

  • 224x224 www.cbirtles.com

    Conceptual and wearable pieces that take their cue from found objects

  • 224x224 www.ideologyworkshop.co.uk

    Hand-blown glass vessels in muted shades referencing the twelve star signs of the zodiac

  • 224x224 www.rachelbutlin.wix.com/rachelbutlin

    Mixed media objects challenging ideas of wearable, functional and interactive jewellery

  • 224x224 www.artsthread.com/portfolios/frozenstare-broochcollection

    Contemporary jewellery and small bowls with surfaces enameled, ‘drawn’ and ‘stitched’ 

  • 224x224 Big, bold, colourful jewellery made from ceramic, cement and resin, inspired by crater lakes, mountains and rock pools
  • 224x224 www.momoka53.com

    Hand-woven cloth in a subtle range of colours, eroded to represent the ageing process of skin

  • 224x224 www.oliviastavahawley.co.uk

    Jewellery of silver and hair exploring notions of the beautiful and the uncomfortable

  • 224x224 Found objects and collected ephemera inspire idiosyncratic, decorative and non-functional vessels 
  • 224x224 www.facebook.com/thomascarlmann

    Pebbles and old wooden bouys found along the seashore are the inspiration for a range of functional tableware

  • 224x224 www.chloesolomon.co.uk

    Using a hybrid wax material the textures and colours of skin are captured on the surfaces of linear, geometric, jewellery

  • 224x224 www.amystringer.co.uk

    Challenging notions of the precious, this jewellery uses materials more often associated with buildings

  • 224x224 www.hannahtounsend.co.uk

    Ceramic vessels with worked surfaces of clay and print referencing the endless tidal, weatherworn surfaces of the British coastline

  • 224x224 www.caitlinhazelwilliams.co.uk

    Incidental imperfections and the dents and scratches caused by wear and tear are captured on sheet metal formed into wearable items