The Studio Shops

2019 Studio Shop Artisans, where talented artists share their expertise and give the discerning a chance to buy unique pieces of exceptional work


Acacia Wildlife 4 Kids

Experience the enchanting world of educational puppets & beautifully hand crafted baby & toddler clothes

There is something magical about owning and using a puppet. Our puppets capture the essence of what makes a fine toy because they allow the user to be creative, to entertain and, more than anything else, to have fun. We are very excited to be working with Pigeon Organics – Made using the finest organic textiles, Pigeon Organics collection is simply beautiful.  Great attention has been paid to the finished product, offering you a high quality range that is beautiful to look at, comfortable to wear and practical to care for.

Pigeon is a best selling organic kidswear brand that we simply love. With gorgeous subtle colours and lovely baby prints, these organic baby clothes are a beautiful addition to your baby’s wardrobe or gift for a new baby.


Barbara Jones – Watercolour Artist

Original watercolours & acrylics, fine quality giclee prints, greeting cards, coastal theme, many local

Barbara Jones is a local watercolour artist who lives in Purbrook, Hampshire. She took up watercolour painting about twenty years ago and was immediately captivated by the difficult yet spontaneous medium. After bringing up her two daughters, Barbara seized the moment to pursue her passion. Working from her own experiences and love of the coast and the tranquillity it brings her, she continues to develop her own style and to portray her connection with her subjects. Her goal is to record their detail but to do it with emotion. Barbara takes an active role in local art trails and exhibitions and is happy to take commissions, teach watercolour and perform demonstrations.


Dancingpot & DesignMadeNow

World culture & dance inspired contemporary hand-thrown pottery & hand crafted felt, ceramic & gemstone jewellery.

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Glitter & Twisted Jewellery

Contemporary handmade silver jewellery using semi precious stones and unusual designs.

I am a contemporary jewellery designer and maker based in Emsworth, Hampshire. I set up my first studio in Worthing, West Sussex in 2007 after graduating from college and since then have developed and evolved my style as a studio jeweller.

My work is inspired by many things, especially pattern and form found in the natural world. I try to spend some time travelling during the year, which lends an eclectic element to my work. My designs often develop organically, which leads to an individual and unusual style.

I like to explore various textures and colours, and often use contrasting matt and polished finishes, or silver and gold together. Each piece spends a good deal of time being worked, scrutinised and reworked in order to produce a piece that is of the highest quality and finish I can achieve. My aim is to make great quality, distinctive jewellery that looks and feels good to wear.


House of Redgrave

A unique collection of wearable art pieces created by artist Sam Redgrave

Samantha has created these beautiful collections of unique pieces by turning her own paintings and artwork into fine pieces of jewellery. All of Samantha’s work is handcrafted in the House of Redgrave studio in Hampshire, UK and shown at events and exhibitions throughout the area.

Samantha starting her creative career as a Surface Pattern Designer and designed many ranges for a number of well know high street retailers. In the late 90’s Samantha moved into teaching, becoming an Art and Textiles teacher passing on her industry skills and knowledge to a private school in Hampshire.

The House of Redgrave was created in 2012 and since then many collections have been added to the range and Samantha holds an annual open studio event where you are invited to her workshop and studio to see where it all began.


M & B Bromfield

Kiln fired jewellery also hand painted military figures including Naval gun teams & medal framing




Hand crafted beadwork, jewellery, leather, flowers & fascinators. Beadwork demonstrations

I am Maureen, I am retired and disabled. I have always been artistic, but have spent my life in hotel, catering, and retail. To keep myself sane since the wheelchair came along I have been crafting. I started making cards, then decoupage pictures. I then discovered beading. I make intricate beaded necklaces and earrings and also novelty beaded Christmas puddings and Santas as earrings, also larger ones as danglies for the Christmas tree. Other things I like making are leather flowers and fascinators.

Maureen will take bespoke commissions.

Shake Your Glass

Colourful glass jewellery & homewares made locally in Portsmouth by Elisa Mott

I am Elisa Mott and work from my home studio in Portsmouth creating jewellery and home ware from glass. I use the traditional technique of flame work and the modern technique of glass fusing. I take my inspiration from the natural world especially birds and my travels. I often express this in my glass through colour and texture.
Developing new skills and experimenting with glass is an exciting part of my progress so you can expect ongoing new and original designs. I take part in a number of local exhibitions and events throughout the year and run regular workshops in Cosham.


Snail Pottery

Handmade decorative & functional, stoneware & porcelain ceramics

It’s all about a husband and wife team, Andi & Bob Emmett, creating domestic tableware. Hand thrown, slab built & slip cast ceramic art & gifts. Glazed and unglazed porcelain. Pottery classes are occasionally available

Demonstrating the skills of ‘piercing & carving’ clay items


The ArtZoo

Professional artist displaying and selling unique artwork inspired by wildlife, nature & the South Downs


The Moon Up Above

Sculptured jewellery using bronze & silver created by Nadine using the natural world for inspiration

Sculpted Narrative Jewellery using mixed metals, designed & created by Nadine based on the natural world. My work defies the current trend of minimalism within jewellery design. Although I use silver, bronze and copper, traditional metals for jewellery, the pieces are bold, amusing, sometimes allegorical but always evocative. People who like my work speak of it as Art on a chain. Many feel it speaks of antiquity. My experience and training has come from a fine art perspective including painting, printmaking and stone sculpting. I am more interested in the emotional and spiritual impact of each piece. Does the running hare silver pin take you back to that magical moment when you first glimpsed one leaping across a field in winter? Does a little wren necklace on a nest of eggs make you long for Spring? Do the gulls, stones and crashing waves on a pendant take you back to those bucket and spade holidays you loved as a child? The texture of my rings evoke walks in the woods when you examined the deep fissures of the bark on those magnificent oak trees. There is always more to my jewellery than meets the eye. The work is heartfelt and meaningful and never meant as an embellishment for fashion. People who buy from me know that they buy a piece of my heart. That is the reason I do what I do.




C. Mary Howard

C. Mary Howard – Artist

Jewellery, paintings, prints & cards

A painter of natural form, who uses the medium to explore the spiritual and elemental forces which are fundamental to her subject matter. An insight into the mystical qualities which  lie at the heart of the landscape. Mary also has a collection of jewellery for sale.

Cassie’s Garden

Cassie’s garden – bringing the outdoors indoors. Featuring artwork, hand painted furniture, interior accessories & vintage china

Cassie’s Garden came about when Cassie Butcher wanted to bring together interior items that she believe complement her paintings that all have a flower theme. She creates artwork that can be purchased as prints (framed or unframed), furniture that she has hand painted to create a unique piece, a mixture of different types of interior items, and beautiful vintage china.

So why not bring a bit of the outdoors indoors


Copper Hare

The warmth & colour giving properties of copper given life in Jenny’s sculptures & creations

After studying and teaching for fifteen years, Jenny Ames extended her love of design by exploring the potential of 3D. The warmth and colour giving properties of Copper made it the ideal media for her naturalistic sculptural forms.


David Fowler

David Fowler

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

David has over 20 years experience in renewing rush, cane or cord seating on chairs and stools. He demonstrates cane renovation to a chair and is happy to discuss that craft and those of cording & rushing as well. The stall contains an eclectic range of chairs & stools for sales.

Heather Stevens Artsmith

Heather Stevens Artsmith

Unique pieces that I make are handmade from recycled copper.

Heather Stevens is a Sussex based sculptor who works with recycled copper, brass, steel and found objects. Inspired by nature and using recycled forms allows Heather to create her unique artwork.
Heather particularly loves working with copper because of its durability and naturally occurring patination which continues to mature outdoor.


Jolly Rockers

Beautiful hand carved rocking horses, hobby horses, donkeys and leopards!


Lindy Ceramics

Beautiful handmade bespoke ceramics for your home and garden.

Little Duck Forge

Hand forged goodies for the home & garden. Sculpture, bird baths & functional art

Lucille produces a range of hand forged items for the house and garden including fireside tools, garden sculptures and outdoor cooking accessories. Most work is done to commission and Lucille is always happy to discuss any projects or ideas. She runs regular workshops throughout the year and the day is tailored to your skills giving you a chance to make something that you will be proud to take home. Little Duck Forge will be demonstrating at the show daily : Tel: 07880 724699.


Raymond Burton

Hand crafted sticks & more…

Raymond employs an ancient talent in shaping the perfect stick to suit any individual need and requirement. Beautifully designed and carved.

Roz Lowe

Roz Lowe Ceramics

‘Original ceramic pieces’ in stoneware clays for home & garden

Roz Lowe works alone in her Hertfordshire studio creating one-off signed original ceramic pieces in stoneware and porcelain clays. Her work is all based on natural themes and colours – so that the individual pieces can be added to and will always compliment each other. Miniature work fascinates her – small is beautiful – is on the studio wall. Though Roz uses nature for inspiration in her work she still chooses to live near London, enjoying the buzz of the city, the galleries, theatre – the art scene in general – which she loves. Spare time does not exist for her!


Sue Meredith

Illustrations of urban & coastal scenes around Hampshire & Sussex

Sue Meredith is a local artist specialising in mixed media images of the local urban scene in Portsmouth, Southampton, Chichester and other local towns and cities.

She likes to focus on the often unnoticed architecture of local streets, and assembles her hand drawn images into collages, making use of textured media, watercolour, pen and ink, and the occasional photograph, to achieve her final pieces.

Her work is available as limited edition prints, greetings cards and fridge magnets on line, in various local museums, in shops and at local craft and art fairs.


The Tools & Trades History Society

Display of old garden & agricultural tools, bygone tools. Quiz & paper hat & spills demonstrations. The knot tyers enthusiasts demonstrating the skills required in knot tying, splicing & decorative rope craft

The Tools and Trades History Society was founded in 1983, to further the knowledge and understanding of hand tools and the trades and the people that used them. The tools and equipment of historic trades are now often the only surviving evidence of what were once common everyday activities. The Society seeks to preserve these artefacts and to investigate, record and interpret the past and present performance of trades. Find their amazing display at the show of old garden & agricultural tools, bygone tools. Have a go at the quiz & watch out for the paper hat & spills demonstrations!