With over 120 exhibitors showcasing their work at Made London Marylebone this October 24th-27th , you can find unique products from 12 different craftsmanships.
So who’s in?! Here is a presentation of our first makers. Follow the blog as we present all participating exhibitors in alphabetical order.
Alison Dupernex mixes cashmere, linen, cotton and silk in an alchemy of colour and texture to provide a unique experience in every piece. Her inspirations and motivations derive from the colours and textures she sees around her in nature. Shades penetrate other shades to varying degrees and the changing conditions of light when the clothes are worn also greatly affect the way in which the colours are perceived by the viewer.
Amanda’s joyful wall based mosaics are made using stained glass in vibrant colours and patterned ceramic pieces intricately cut and constructed. She finishes her mosaics with a dark charcoal grout to give them a deep, rich and seductive quality.
Amanda weaves together influences to bring fresh character to traditional mosaic motifs, and draws on childhood memories to evoke subtle narratives.
Amberlea is fascinated by ancient walls and floors, crumbling Madrassas and Mosques. She creates objects that echo these spaces, combining techniques from multiple disciplines. Incorporating the principles of traditional Moroccan architectural plaster carving, Stucco, she creates contemporary tactile pieces that translate carved plaster surfaces in to sharp geometric ceramic forms.
An Alleweireldt – Oxx Jewellery London
An Alleweireldt’s collectable pieces demand a closer look.
There is always more to them than meets the eye.
An combines traditional metals with more suprising materials to fantastic effect.
She finished her studies at the Royal College of Art, winning the Armourers and Braziers prize for innovative work.
Weaver-designer Anna Champeney´s meditative design process translates ideas and sensations into striking and original textiles with an aesthetic and approach influenced by Bauhaus and Annie Albers. Her throws and scarves, from the softest Mongolian cashmere and merino wool are beautifully, finished in limited editions either made by hand or in collaboration with a top family-run mill.
Annabet is a jeweller and the maker of small silver functional pieces, spoons, napkin rings, small utensils for specific tasks. Her jewellery at this time uses silver, vitreous enamel, painted plywood and glass or semi-precious beads.
Inspired by love and appreciation for Kew Gardens and lessons learnt from Japanese calligraphy Anne McKenzie has painted a series of tree banners directly from life at Kew. The tree project is an ongoing exploration which aims to combine some of the observational truth of botanic art with the immediacy and emotional resonance of Shodo and Japanese calligraphy.
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