Artist and picture framer from Nutley Juliet specialises in pastel landscapes of the Ashdown Forest and surrounding Sussex countryside.
Her limited edition prints, which hang in many private and corporate collections, capture the spirit of our local countryside.
East Grinstead based, the 2 Annes worked largely with encaustic art (molten wax) producing a wide range of original art greetings cards and pictures.
Sadly Anne Kent passed away in 2012 but we still have some of her cards for sale & the monies go towards a charity of her husband’s choice.
Crowbrough based Anne makes soft toys, childrens cushions, finger puppets (that have proved a real hit!) and greetings cards with messages for “ewe” on them.
Stunning rustic oak candlesticks made from recycled fence & sign posts.
John also makes a fantastic range of barometers in different sizes & woods.
Jay makes unique hats, gloves & scarves using locally spun & dyed wool, specialising in Wensleydale fleece.
Local potter and pottery teacher at Michael Hall School, Chris has developed a range of domestic stoneware.
He is in the process of experimenting with new firing processes including the Japanese Anagama Wood Kiln, a process that can take up to 60 hours and reaching 1300°C.
All the scarves, rugs & bags are made at Nutley Hall by staff and the adults with learning difficulties alike. Acquisiton of skills and putting them into use with the creation of these beautiful objects is a valuable stimulus for these students.
We also have a selection of greetings cards produced by some a selection of local artists & craftspeople.