CURRENT EXHIBITORS

ALISON HILL Artist

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With beautiful bold colours Alison’s pastel work captures the lighht and mood of her landscapes. Her free motion machine  embroidery amazes with the dramatic textures that create her fIgurative and animal pictures.

CHRISTINE KIRKPATRICK Artist

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With a style of her own,  Christine’s work is eye-catching in its simplicity but the devil is truly in the detail of this beautiful work.

JOHN CAMPBELL Artist

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John has the enviable skill of capturing mood as well as the landscape in water colours that represent the fells and all that is the Cumbrian lake district.

PETER WISEMAN Photographer

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Peter shares his love of photographhy between beautiful lakeland landscapes whether on canvas or print and vibrant eye-catching photographic and digital art.

STEVEN NUTTER Woodwork- Turner

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Steven combines painstaking skill, imagination and endless patience resulting in pieces which are useful and pleasing.

CHRISTINE FINDLAY Painted Glass Artist

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Christine takes her inspiration froma a love of nature, woodlands and forests; her imagination and use of bright vivid colours just sparkle with life.

KEVIN NUTTER Artist

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Master artist Kevin can spend as much time imagining and designing his art as he does creating it, colour light, tone and shade considered in the images, usually with a story attached.

EMMA SCOTT Jeweller

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Emma uses a variety of materials and skills to create wearable pieces. Ranging from the traditional, worked in gemstones and precious metals to the more unusual involving recycled paint, fossils and found items.

SHELLEY STEELE Felting crazy

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Shelley is the maker of the beautiful scarves, baubles, bags, birds, that we have here in Daffodil Lane.  In her early twenties, she became fascinated by the traditional technique of spinning: turning fleece into yarn; some years later she learnt about felt making: turning fleece into fabric.  She has now been making felt for over 16 years.  The inspiration for her designs and choice of colours comes from the natural world,  as a keen gardener, flowers feature strongly in her work.

ANNE BRYSON Artist

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Anne Bryson BA Fine Art

Born in Yorkshire, brought up in Carlisle, Anne has spent most of her life living in Cumbria.Her love of creative arts found expression in her career as a teacher as she aimed to engage the imagination and individual expression of her pupils.

In midlife she began painting in earnest, learning from other artists before embarking on a degree in Fine Art at the Cumbria Institute of Art.

Her work has been exhibited throughout the county and can be found in private collections in many countries.

ADRIAN MORLEY Artist

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On retirement Adrian turned a part time hobby into a more concentrated study, using acrylics and pastel his current interests are landscape, seascapes, and water in its many forms.