Gallery of GuildTrip.com artisan Mary Fox. Canada.

Gallery of GuildTrip.com artisan Mary Fox. Canada.

GuildTrip.com artisan Mary Fox. Canada.

GuildTrip.com artisan Mary Fox. Canada.

From his workshop by Loch na Fooey, Irish maker Joe Hogan creates extraordinary baskets made from natural willows growing near his studio. Find his award-winning baskets on guildtrip.com coming November, 2015.  (Photo: Crafts Council UK)

From his workshop by Loch na Fooey, Irish maker Joe Hogan creates extraordinary baskets made from natural willows growing near his studio. Find his award-winning baskets on guildtrip.com coming November, 2015. (Photo: Crafts Council UK)

Annemarie O’Sullivan makes a range of baskets and woven objects, which are a response to the materials she hand gathers from the land. She grows around twenty different types of willow and often combines these with coppiced wood. She is passionate about seeing the making process through from the source to the finished piece – ensuring her feet stay on the earth. See her work on www.guildtrip.com. Coming November 2015.

Annemarie O’Sullivan makes a range of baskets and woven objects, which are a response to the materials she hand gathers from the land. She grows around twenty different types of willow and often combines these with coppiced wood. She is passionate about seeing the making process through from the source to the finished piece – ensuring her feet stay on the earth. See her work on www.guildtrip.com. Coming November 2015.

To quote contemporary ceramic artist and Guild Trip artisan, Alice Ballard: "My art is a reflection of my relationship with natural forms. It is often the metamorphosis of Nature's forms, as they change from season to season, that attracts me to that universal world in which differing life forms share similar qualities." You find Alice's beautiful pieces on www.guildtrip.com. Coming November 2015.

To quote contemporary ceramic artist and Guild Trip artisan, Alice Ballard: "My art is a reflection of my relationship with natural forms. It is often the metamorphosis of Nature's forms, as they change from season to season, that attracts me to that universal world in which differing life forms share similar qualities." You find Alice's beautiful pieces on www.guildtrip.com. Coming November 2015.

Ceramic artist Judy Osburn creates whimsical bird and fish finials using red stoneware clay. Her inspiration comes from her love of gardening and the out of doors and says her creations come to her as she forms them -each being a completely new experience. She uses a variety of tools to form fins and feathers. The red iron oxide she uses to stain each piece is carefully painted on and sponged off leaving the echo of a metallic finish. See her work on http://guildtrip.com/

Ceramic artist Judy Osburn creates whimsical bird and fish finials using red stoneware clay. Her inspiration comes from her love of gardening and the out of doors and says her creations come to her as she forms them -each being a completely new experience. She uses a variety of tools to form fins and feathers. The red iron oxide she uses to stain each piece is carefully painted on and sponged off leaving the echo of a metallic finish. See her work on http://guildtrip.com/

As a shoemaker Renée Macdonald finds her greatest inspiration in movement. A shoe may be beautiful perched on a shelf, but for it to have grace and comfort while in motion is the bigger challenge. Fitting the shoe, selecting appropriate materials, and developing a design complimentary to the foot's needs are elemental in her process to create footwear that moves in step with the wearer.

As a shoemaker Renée Macdonald finds her greatest inspiration in movement. A shoe may be beautiful perched on a shelf, but for it to have grace and comfort while in motion is the bigger challenge. Fitting the shoe, selecting appropriate materials, and developing a design complimentary to the foot's needs are elemental in her process to create footwear that moves in step with the wearer.

Metal Artist & Silversmith Claire Malet makes sculptural vessels and objects which are inspired by the rich textures and shapes of natural forms and landscapes: fragments of sea-worn shells, the rock formations of a battered coastline, a curl of split bark, the dancing light and shadow of woodland, the line of a horizon. See her work on www.guildtrip.com. Coming November 2015.

Metal Artist & Silversmith Claire Malet makes sculptural vessels and objects which are inspired by the rich textures and shapes of natural forms and landscapes: fragments of sea-worn shells, the rock formations of a battered coastline, a curl of split bark, the dancing light and shadow of woodland, the line of a horizon. See her work on www.guildtrip.com. Coming November 2015.

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