a coptic bound book with hard covers and a decorative stitched open
spine, suitable for use as a sketchbook, notebook, diary or
journal. All materials and tools provided.
: Oriel Cric 01873 811970
October at The Ceridwen Centre, Drefach Felindre.
a beautiful A5 (portrait format) book with hardback covers and a
decorative stitched spine.
your book with a choice of papers and stitch the open spine with a
combination of coloured tapes and threads. This workshop is
recommended for bookbinders with a little experience.
All materials required are included in the course fee. A spacious
work area is allocated to each student along with their own set of
tools to use while they’re here. A plentiful supply of tea, coffee
and afternoon cake is provided.
We have blacksmith Alan Perry with a wide range of hooks key rings, candlesticks and other pieces for your home
Steve Thompson's sculptures in wood are a new collection of work from this talented craftsman
We have two magical hares made by Juanita Humphris with other paper mache figures and creatures
Stunningly delicate glass pieces by Paula Rylatt
Intricate silver jewellery created by Annie Coombs - perfect opportunity to come and try on a piece of her exquisite work
Sorell Matei joins us for the first time in this exhibition with portrait and abstract pieces
A group of Glenn Ibbitsons works on the the theme of human trafficking as well as a selection of collage pieces
Imaginative textile works from Melissa Warren Based in the Rhondda in South Wales, Melissa works with knitting machines, combining hand-dying of pieces of knitting and yarns with structural elements to create large sculptural pieces, wearable body art and more traditional accessories.
John Binet-Fauvel uses reclaimed, recycled materials, mainly wire from redundant electrical equipment and knits it by hand on frames.He makes sculptural pieces, often using creatures as inspiration are not stiff and dead, but articulate like living things.