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  • A graduate in Fine Art from Falmouth College of Art, Jill continues to live and work in Cornwall. Jill paints the world around her, sometimes what she imagines, but her art is about the landscape of life in all its forms - its fleetingness, its poetry, its loneliness, and its reality. She regularly sails in Cornwall and sometimes crews on traditional Pilot Cutters and many of her paintings come from these experiences. Oil on canvas board, 12.5cm x 18cm, framed 24cm x 30cm. Postage, packing and ways to pay - click here.
  • A graduate in Fine Art from Falmouth College of Art, Jill continues to live and work in Cornwall. Jill paints the world around her, sometimes what she imagines, but her art is about the landscape of life in all its forms - its fleetingness, its poetry, its loneliness, and its reality. She regularly sails in Cornwall and sometimes crews on traditional Pilot Cutters and many of her paintings come from these experiences. Oil on canvas board, 12.5cm x 18cm, framed 24cm x 30cm. Postage, packing and ways to pay - click here.
  • A graduate in Fine Art from Falmouth College of Art, Jill continues to live and work in Cornwall. Jill paints the world around her, sometimes what she imagines, but her art is about the landscape of life in all its forms - its fleetingness, its poetry, its loneliness, and its reality. She regularly sails in Cornwall and sometimes crews on traditional Pilot Cutters and many of her paintings come from these experiences. Oil on canvas board, 12.5cm x 18cm, framed 24cm x 30cm. Postage, packing and ways to pay - click here.
  • A graduate in Fine Art from Falmouth College of Art, Jill continues to live and work in Cornwall. Jill paints the world around her, sometimes what she imagines, but her art is about the landscape of life in all its forms - its fleetingness, its poetry, its loneliness, and its reality. She regularly sails in Cornwall and sometimes crews on traditional Pilot Cutters and many of her paintings come from these experiences. Oil on canvas, 60cm x 60cm. Postage, packing and ways to pay - click here.
  • Franca is a print designer and textile artist. Based in Bude on the beautiful north coast of Cornwall, she is inspired by both the natural beauty of the area as well as her passion for gardening. The uplifting power of colour and form are cornerstones of her bold, joyful design work, whilst attention to detail and highest quality of finish is seen in all her products. Care for the environment is a primary concern and Franca uses natural fibre fabrics, trims and packaging; digital printing, which has a minimal impact compared to other print processes; and UK based manufacture and supply wherever possible. This is ‘slow design’ for the conscious consumer. Cushions Franca Westaway Design Mark design in Orange. Handmade by Franca from her own original design printed fabrics. British Natural Cotton Linen (60/40 mix). Size 50x50cm Other sizes available, handmade to order, two to three week delivery lead time. Please contact us for more information. Cushion Cover care instructions: Spot clean if possible. Wash on 30 degree/delicate cycle, wash product inside out. Line dry/drip dry or delicate tumble cycle/low heat. Iron on reverse side, medium heat using steam. Some small amount of shrinkage and colour fade is to be expected due to the nature of natural fibres and print techniques. Cushion pad: deluxe European duck feather/100% cotton cambric. Filling meets the flammability requirements of BS5853 1988 for all domestic use. Cushion pad care instructions: Dry clean or machine wash on cool/delicates cycle. Line dry and re-plump/separate feathers. Other Info: Woven natural fibre fabrics may contain loose fibres and other imperfections which are characteristic of the cloth. Although all fabrics are processed before print and QC checked some naturally occurring imperfections are to be expected. Postage, packing and ways to pay - click here.
  • Franca is a print designer and textile artist. Based in Bude on the beautiful north coast of Cornwall, she is inspired by both the natural beauty of the area as well as her passion for gardening. The uplifting power of colour and form are cornerstones of her bold, joyful design work, whilst attention to detail and highest quality of finish is seen in all her products. Care for the environment is a primary concern and Franca uses natural fibre fabrics, trims and packaging; digital printing, which has a minimal impact compared to other print processes; and UK based manufacture and supply wherever possible. This is ‘slow design’ for the conscious consumer. Cushions Franca Westaway Design Mark design in Teal. Handmade by Franca from her own original design printed fabrics. British Natural Cotton Linen (60/40 mix). Size 50x50cm Other sizes available, handmade to order, two to three week delivery lead time. Please contact us for more information. Cushion Cover care instructions: Spot clean if possible. Wash on 30 degree/delicate cycle, wash product inside out. Line dry/drip dry or delicate tumble cycle/low heat. Iron on reverse side, medium heat using steam. Some small amount of shrinkage and colour fade is to be expected due to the nature of natural fibres and print techniques. Cushion pad: deluxe European duck feather/100% cotton cambric. Filling meets the flammability requirements of BS5853 1988 for all domestic use. Cushion pad care instructions: Dry clean or machine wash on cool/delicates cycle. Line dry and re-plump/separate feathers. Other Info: Woven natural fibre fabrics may contain loose fibres and other imperfections which are characteristic of the cloth. Although all fabrics are processed before print and QC checked some naturally occurring imperfections are to be expected. Postage, packing and ways to pay - click here.
  • Franca is a print designer and textile artist. Based in Bude on the beautiful north coast of Cornwall, she is inspired by both the natural beauty of the area as well as her passion for gardening. The uplifting power of colour and form are cornerstones of her bold, joyful design work, whilst attention to detail and highest quality of finish is seen in all her products. Care for the environment is a primary concern and Franca uses natural fibre fabrics, trims and packaging; digital printing, which has a minimal impact compared to other print processes; and UK based manufacture and supply wherever possible. This is ‘slow design’ for the conscious consumer. Cushions Franca Westaway Design Mark design in Ochre. Handmade by Franca from her own original design printed fabrics. British Natural Cotton Linen (60/40 mix). Size 50x50cm Other sizes available, handmade to order, two to three week delivery lead time. Please contact us for more information. Cushion Cover care instructions: Spot clean if possible. Wash on 30 degree/delicate cycle, wash product inside out. Line dry/drip dry or delicate tumble cycle/low heat. Iron on reverse side, medium heat using steam. Some small amount of shrinkage and colour fade is to be expected due to the nature of natural fibres and print techniques. Cushion pad: deluxe European duck feather/100% cotton cambric. Filling meets the flammability requirements of BS5853 1988 for all domestic use. Cushion pad care instructions: Dry clean or machine wash on cool/delicates cycle. Line dry and re-plump/separate feathers. Other Info: Woven natural fibre fabrics may contain loose fibres and other imperfections which are characteristic of the cloth. Although all fabrics are processed before print and QC checked some naturally occurring imperfections are to be expected. Postage, packing and ways to pay - click here.
  • Catriona MacKenzie’s work is created to be cheerful, bold and full of texture. She wants to uplift the viewer with her use of colour and clean feminine shapes.  Her inspirations come from the world around her – the woods in her native Scotland or the street art and graffiti of Bristol.  She enjoys the juxtaposition of these different themes, and uses opposites throughout her work: this can take the form of a contrasting colour or surface texture, or the use of light and obscuring of light. Her  series of blown and carved scent bottles come in a range of transparent colours; each one has a satined finish and has a handmade clear glass stopper. The inspiration behind these perfume bottles is Schizophyllum Commune, which is a type of split gill fungus. Catriona is very interested in mycology, which is a recurring theme within her work. Each bottle (with stopper) is approximately 16cm high Postage, packing and ways to pay - click here.
  • Catriona MacKenzie’s work is created to be cheerful, bold and full of texture. She wants to uplift the viewer with her use of colour and clean feminine shapes.  Her inspirations come from the world around her – the woods in her native Scotland or the street art and graffiti of Bristol.  She enjoys the juxtaposition of these different themes, and uses opposites throughout her work: this can take the form of a contrasting colour or surface texture, or the use of light and obscuring of light. Her  series of blown and carved scent bottles come in a range of transparent colours; each one has a satined finish and has a handmade clear glass stopper. The inspiration behind these perfume bottles is Schizophyllum Commune, which is a type of split gill fungus. Catriona is very interested in mycology, which is a recurring theme within her work. Each bottle (with stopper) is approximately 16cm high Postage, packing and ways to pay - click here.
  • Cat’s work is created to be cheerful, bold and full of texture. She wants to uplift the viewer with her use of colour and clean feminine shapes.  Her inspirations come from the world around her – the woods in her native Scotland or the street art and graffiti of Bristol.  She enjoys the juxtaposition of these different themes, and uses opposites throughout her work: this can take the form of a contrasting colour or surface texture, or the use of light and obscuring of light. Her range of contemporary  handle-less milk jugs have a lovely weight to them, with a thick clear base. The shape is very comfortable to hold in the hand, and as each one is handblown, each one is unique. These jugs can be used to serve milk/cream, water for whisky, as a small vase, or as a stylish decorative feature. The transparent colour means that the contents shine through, as does daylight. Not suitable for dishwashers. Approx 10cm x 8cm Postage, packing and ways to pay - click here.
  • Cat’s work is created to be cheerful, bold and full of texture. She wants to uplift the viewer with her use of colour and clean feminine shapes.  Her inspirations come from the world around her – the woods in her native Scotland or the street art and graffiti of Bristol.  She enjoys the juxtaposition of these different themes, and uses opposites throughout her work: this can take the form of a contrasting colour or surface texture, or the use of light and obscuring of light. Her range of contemporary  handle-less milk jugs have a lovely weight to them, with a thick clear base. The shape is very comfortable to hold in the hand and, as each one is handblown, each is unique. These jugs can be used to serve milk/cream, water for whisky, as a small vase, or as a stylish decorative feature. The transparent colour means that the contents shine through, as does daylight. Not suitable for dishwashers. Approx 10cm x 8cm Postage, packing and ways to pay - click here.
  • Lucy's vessels are thrown on the wheel using white earthenware clay. She has developed a semi-matt earthenware glaze, smooth to the touch, to which she adds oxides and stains to obtain a wide spectrum of colours.  The interior glaze is watertight - and bowls and jugs are food safe. Postage, packing and ways to pay - click here.