Graham Matthews

I am a Yorkshire born potter and have almost thirty years experience of making and teaching. I studied ceramics at Cumbria college of Art and worked for over 20 years at a local college. I currently make and teach at The Clay Workshop, my studio in central Eastbourne. My work is varied and includes, domestic tableware and some decorative Raku and smoke fired pots.

Dragan Wood Art

NO POWER TOOLS are used on our wooden handicrafts. Carving knife, chisels, mallet, scorp, gouges and lot of sandpaper are necessary tools in the search for the final shape that will emerge. All the wooden spoons, bowls, trays and other traditional handicrafts are food-safe, meaning that you can put just about any food item into a bowl or use the spoon with. You can use the wooden pieces for a variety of different thing, such as for bread, salad, fruit, dips and chips. You can wash by hand or in the dishwasher. If wood begins to dry out simply oil with olive oil or vegetable oil.

Heather Stevens Artsmith

All the unique pieces I make are handmade from recycled copper

Glass Occasions

Handmade woven glass made to order

Jake Whitcroft

Willow craft weaving. Basket & coffin making

David Fowler

Sale of refurbished cane, rush, cord seated chairs & stools demonstration of chair caning

The Garden Show at Firle
20 – 22 April 2018

The Garden Show at Stansted
8 – 10 June 2018

The Garden Show at Loseley
27 – 29 July 2018