Artist in the Spotlight: Terry Chance

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In the lead up to our Summer Pop-Up event on the 10th of June we asked our artists and makers with a few questions in order to gain an insight into their practices. Terry Chance is the artist in the spotlight for this event. You’ll find Terry’s delightful mosaic birds and garden features at our Pop-Up

How would you describe your work in three words:

Colourful, quirky, handcrafted


Why is ‘handmade’ so important to you?

Each piece I make has its own process, emotion and personality. I love the imperfection of what I make, the asymmetry and the surprises.


 What will you be selling at our Eclectic Mix pop up event on 10th June?

I will be selling some colourful mosaic birds for the garden along with some other mosaic pieces.

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What’s the best part of making what you do? And the worst?

I love everything about mosaics – colour, texture, creating; mosaics are like puzzles and each takes you through an internal process. Very therapeutic and I even like the messy stage of grouting.


 Where do you get your inspiration?

Creating makes you look at things differently so I find inspiration everywhere – textiles, colour, shape, nature, objects.






Enjoying Easter Holidays

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Enjoying Easter Holidays

© Photo by Eva Eland

Whether you are looking for Easter eggs or listening to the St. John Passion, Easter is another mark in time that tells you spring is here and is here to stay for a while.  Let’s hope for some good weather the coming days so all Easter picknicks, egg hunts and first BBQ’s of the year can be enjoyed.

Did you know that eating eggs was originally not allowed by the church in the week leading up to Easter? That’s why people started decorating them instead, to give them to their children (, 2012).

Just like eggs, rabbits are a symbol of new life. This cute (and very affordable) lino cut print by Maria Meridian is inspired by the character ‘Fiver’ in Watership Down.



Petite Rabbit from Watership Down – Handmade lino print by Maria Merridan


We definitely get spring vibes with the Retro Bird Map plate by Andy McKenzie.

Bygone Days – Retro Bird Map plate by artist Andy McKenzie


Or what about decorating yourself instead of Easter eggs with these springlike earrings by Jackie Lucas from Cloudberry Design?

Cascading berry earrings by Jackie Lucas Cloudberry Design


Happy Easter Holidays!