This collection is a product of an artistic partnership between artists Annette Rolston and Mike Fenton.
Annette and Mike are both trained fine artists; specialists in painting and printmaking. Their studio at designermakers21, a shared crafts collective in Diss, Norfolk, has enabled them to develop their work and showcase it to the public through its shop. They both excel at handcarving linocuts which they have printed onto fabrics and parchments and created a unique and artistic range of interior products. Their inspiration comes from the rural environment of East Anglia. Animals feature heavily, the iconic hare, owls and garden birds, horses, deer, garden creatures and insects such as butterflies, dragonflies, bees, frogs and snails.
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They make cushions, lampshades, lights and fine art prints and paintings. Using the traditional skills of hand-carving print blocks and printing through a printing press onto fabrics, each textile they print is a unique combination of printed blocks and colours and is not possible to replicate exactly.
Enjoy their combined vision and skills and invest in one of their beautiful hand-crafted individual textiles to enhance your home.
Suffolk Craft Society 47th Summer Exhibition
Come along to see samples of their work, and many other craft makers, in the wonderful seaside town of Aldeburgh
Sat 14th July to Monday 27th August 2018
152 High Street, Aldeburgh, IP15 5AQ
Open daily 10am to 5pm (click the image below to see a larger version)
You Can See Samples Of Their Work In The Following Places
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Visit Their Studio and Shop at designermakers21 in Diss, Norfolk
designermakers21 is an exciting initiative promoting the growth of local designers and craftspeople, it breathes new life into a large, historic empty shop on St. Nicholas Street, Diss, making full use of the warren of Victorian rooms.
designermakers21 is open on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10 – 5, or by appointment. For directions see the map below:
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