Present Makers 2017

Image Credit: Ruby Cubes

Thelma Hulbert Gallery, Dowell St, Honiton EX14 1LX

01404 45006
info@thelmahulbert.com
www.thelmahulbert.com

Saturday 11 November 2017 – Saturday 23 December 2017
Tuesday - Saturday
Opening Hours: 10am - 5pm

Vibrant selling exhibition exploring the skill and innovation of craft makers across the South West region.

After the growing success of our annual selling exhibition of contemporary craft, THG will once again present a new selection of craft makers whose work highlights the skill and diversity of craft across the South West region.

Selected from an open call Present Makers 2017 gives both established and emerging designer makers the opportunity to showcase their work in the wonderful setting of Elmfield House, the former home and studio of the artist Thelma Hulbert.

Unique examples of textiles, jewellery, ceramics, glass and lighting will be on display with a range of prices to suit anyone looking for the ideal Christmas gift.

Adult workshops accompanying this exhibition: 

Print Making Workshop 24 November 9.30-12.00 OR 12.30 - 3pm £30 (£25 THG Friends) Print your own festive cards and gifts tags with printmaker Jeremy Speck.

Wreath Making Workshop 15 December 2- 4pm £30 (£25 THG Friends) Join Penny Evans to make a wreath to adorn your door to Christmas.

All workshop materials provided. Booking essential. 

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