Claire’s work is inspired by songs, poetry and stories. Her jewellery pieces are full of imagination and meaning that touches the soul. Her drawings and paintings celebrate moments and memories.
Latvian born artist/crafter who specialises in modelling with polymer clay. I have undying passion for polymer clay. My style is clean and simple, a lot emphasis on details, quality execution. My hand creation bring emotions and make memories!
Meab Enamels make hand crafted enamel jewelry and design luxurious silk scarves. Based in the heart of Westmeaths rolling countryside.
At Heartworks, we operate a small family run craft business. Our business is twofold:- We design and handcraft functional pieces for the home and garden using recycled slate. We also create natural skincare. https://www.facebook.com/monica.daly.9/ https://www.instagram.com/heartworksskincare/ https://www.instagram.com/heartworksslate/ Slate and natural skincare Take part in exhibitions, Custom order www.heartworks-skincare.ie
Rosemarie Langtry Rosemarie Langtry is a contemporary visual artist from, Co Offaly. Rosemarie graduated in Fine Art in 2014 from GMIT and is inspired by nature, found objects and the Irish landscape. In 2015 Rosemarie received a residency at Cill Rialaig, Co Kerry followed by a scholarship to attend the 10th (2016) and 13th (2019) International Encaustic conferences in Provincetown, Mass, USA. She was subsequently invited to exhibit at the prestigious 2019 Webster Art fair in St Louis and in 2018 was awarded a two-week Encaustic Residency, Encaustic Castle AIR Kentucky. Rosemarie has exhibited nationally and internationally; with work included in the Irish State Art Collection. Rosemarie is inspired by Spanish artist Antoni Tapies, Anslem Kiefer, Mark Bradford and Michael David. Rosemarie enjoys the challenge of experimentation with many mediums and works spontaneously, often incorporating rust or decaying objects to include something from the past to enthral her audience and give extra meaning to her art. I facilitate art workshops for community groups of all ages and abilities
I have always had an interest in glass and glass works , the colors and form of glass is what inspired me to become a glass artist. What started as a hobby has developed into a business. Fusing is the technique of joining two or more pieces of glass by heat in a kiln. Hand cut pieces are shaped and placed in a kiln to fire. There is many forms of fusing Tac, Contour and full. There is also different styles of glass. If you would like to find out more or try your hand at Glass fusing I have a workshop in Delvin, Westmeath were i produce individual commissions, Jewellery, Wall art, awards and much more. The craft workshop & showroom has developed over the years to enable me to manufacture and design my glass creations in a safe and pleasant environment. I am registered with the Craft Council of Ireland and I sell and exhibit in Craft fairs and exhibitions throughout Ireland. I regularly post my forthcoming events on All social media platforms which I will be attending so as people may come along and chat in person and see my work. My work has been exported into […]
I make bespoke fabric dolls and craft items for many different occasions, including birthdays, weddings, Communions, retirements, and memorials. I can incorporate the subject’s own clothing and belongings to create a unique and personalised gift. I also create other products including handcrafted Christmas decorations and greeting cards, and I have produced my own colouring book – ‘The Colouring Book of Extraordinary Ordinary Women’.
Products sustainably produced in Finland will give you pleasing visual experiences. Our products are a lovely treat to yourself – enchanting as presents. Our selection consists of craft and design gems; decorating, accessories, local products, inspiring crafts materials and delicacies perfect for souvenir
Inspiration comes from nature all around me, the journeys of other craftspeople past and present and the simple joy of creating. In my work, I try to showcase the character of the wood, the beauty of the grain, and how different shapes and textures can transform the surface.“
Hazel Greene is a visual artist and textile designer – a painter who creates silk scarves. She studied textile design in West Dean College, UK, in 2014, was awarded the prestigious title of ‘Accessory Designer of the Year’ at the Irish Fashion Innovation Awards in 2015, and membership of the Council of Irish Fashion Designers since 2016. Hazel creates silk scarves with elegant drape and richness of colour, each finished to the highest quality and hemmed by hand. Her designs are created from her paintings which portray stories of women throughout the decades and are part of State and Heritage collections.
Spending many a long hot summer as a child on my grandparent’s farm, it was inevitable that I developed a passion for the environment, the land and a respectful appreciation for nature. Already an accredited Goat Milk Soap-Maker for a number of years, my love for botanic’s was stumbled upon after searching for alternative remedies for my sons eczema a common skin complaint. I furthered my studies which has opened up a whole new world in Natural Skincare and equipped me the tools and skills to create amazing natural Candle and Skincare formulations using eco, environmentally friendly and cruelty free, natural ingredients that care for you and your skin.
Geraldine initially started painting when linked with Dóchas, as a mechanism for dealing with grief. Geraldine works mainly with acrylics on canvas but enjoys sampling other mediums when she gets the opportunity. Geraldine offers a service that aims to introduce quality art to everyone by working off the principle of affordable commissions – a “you pick, print or plan it, I paint it” service that engages people to create their own masterpieces.
“I am a carpenter and woodcarver from the midlands, providing everything from timber structures, to furniture and wood carvings. I also provide beginners wood carving workshops.”
Irish Jewellery designer Katie McCay, an Athlone native, has been designing and creating unique and meaningful jewellery inspired by Ireland’s ancient past over a decade.
Aishling Muller is an award-winning, internationally celebrated photographer & lens media artist from Westmeath.
Rita Daly Millinery is an award winning milliner and textile designer who designs and makes high quality exclusive hats and headwear for weddings and all special occasions. Rita has a passion and respect for the art and craft of millinery, merging the traditional and the modern to create stylish, elegant, contemporary looks and a signature Rita Daly style. All Hats and headwear is made to order to compliment her customer’s needs. The Rita Daly Millinery Hat Brooch Collection is another feather in her cap, offering a miniature hat which can be worn as a hat or as a brooch. These unique designs are novel yet functional and customers love to wear as an option to her larger hats.