Cabrini Roy is a Fareham based luxury ready to wear fashion designer. She creates innovative & bold silhouettes whilst staying true to her love of minimal style.
Julia de Klerk
Julia is jewellery designer-maker based in Hampshire. She creates colourful pieces inspired by bold patterns and graphic elements. Now working under her self named business she stocks her work to a number of independent shops and art galleries in the UK and Europe including the Tate Modern and Tate Online.
Alice Kettle is a contemporary textile/fibre artist based in the UK and has established an internationally regarded unique area of practice. Her stitched works, many the size of huge figurative tapestries, exploit the textures and effects made possible through the harnessing of a mechanical process to intuitive, conceptual and creative ends.
My art is something more than exact depiction of the reality. It is my personal expression of thoughts and feelings, resulting from a perception of surrounding world, ruled and filtered by unknown processes from the subconscious parts of my mind. Following my instincts and intuition, I experiment with different techniques and media in order to be able to free myself from academic boundaries and distinguish my individual language.
I have been working in glass for about ten years – initially traditional stained and leaded glass, but rapidly extending into a wide range of techniques, including fusing, slumping, kiln casting, sandblasting and printing on glass.
Ami Hyde (Mia Mai)
Mia Mai is a creative company based in Southsea, launched in 2007 by Ami Lowman. Specialising in beautiful and inspired illustrations, fashion & lingerie garments & unique jewellery. Inspiration comes from days gone by, traditional tattoos, pin up culture, vintage undergarments & forgotten trinkets.
Amy Gaudion is a contemporary figurative painter, continuing her artistic study and practice in MA Painting. Her current work focuses on Fairy Tales. Through her paintings, she is exploring Fairy Tales in a modern context and how women are portrayed within them. The fascination with storytelling shows no signs of abating.
Emma is a jewellery designer who hand makes her designs from her studio in Havant, Hampshire. She creates pieces which explore structural forms, negative space and thickness of line. She creates large statement pieces, which then inform more wearable designs which are made in precious metals.
Francis Campbell is a couturier and costume maker. He has made couture pieces for Darcey Bussell, Katie Derham and Tracey Curtis-Taylor and made for such feature films as Disney’s Cinderella, Exodus: Gods and Kings and Wonder Woman.
Kathryn is currently exploring the traditional Japanese process of Shibori, which is a technique that uses methods of resistance within the dyeing process.