Christmas Market 2018


1st December, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Drop in, family friendly art activities available all day!

Sheffield Printmakers

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‘Sheffield Printmakers will be selling prints from their ‘Off the Press’ exhibition, as well as printed and handmade cards, bags, gift boxes and mugs’

Veronique Oodian 

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‘Born in West Yorkshire, Véronique has settled in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, where she gained her degree in Fine Art Painting and Printmaking at the Sheffield Hallam University. She is an experienced qualified tutor with over eleven years of experience tutoring adults. Her knowledge and expertise is broad, offering tuition in drawing and painting using all media.

Véronique uses various aspects of nature as subject matter for her work, her main interests being garden flowers depicted in their natural outdoor environment. Her work also examines the relationship between people and nature and how we interact with the natural world surrounding us. Choosing oil as her preferred medium, Véronique feels it enables her to truly express herself and the beauties of nature. Her work can be seen locally and are in private collections across the UK and America.’

Louise Mcniff 

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‘Hand printed items – notebooks, trinket boxes, bags, earrings, gift bags, cards.’

Charlotte Berry 

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‘I will be bringing smaller pieces of domestic ware such as jugs and coffee cups. Also in festive mode, I will have hand made and painted nativity themed candle holders for the Christmas table and lots of fat robins.’

Gill’s Clay Creations  

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‘I have been a Polymer Clay artist for over 30 years (time does fly when you’re having fun!) I started working with Fimo (brand of clay) whilst I was working at a school for young children who suffered from a visual impairment. One of the children brought the clay to school after the Christmas holidays, and we made all sorts of wonderful things… and that’s how I became hooked! ‘
See more of Gill’s work by clicking here. 

Fran Hopwood

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‘Frankly Frances designs and makes unique knitted, sewn and crocheted accessories or you and your home. All handmade by Frankly Frances from luxury textiles, yarns & leathers, often upcycled, sometimes vintage.
l am increasingly using upcycled and recycled textiles. I use upcycled wool knitwear to make hats and cushions. I make scrubbies and face cloths from 100% cotton yarn, machine washable, reusable – in direct response to the pollution of the seas and land from wet wipes and plastics. I hand knit mitts, hats, headwarmers, scarves, snoods from luxury yarns. Shoulder bags are made from wool tweeds and upcycled leather offcuts. Wool tweed cushions have vintage velvet or felted wool applique hearts.’

Mick Randle

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‘I have been involved in ceramics for seventeen years now and I am still learning different
techniques and ways of creating pieces using glazes, slips, clays, underglazes and oxides.
My preferred method of creating has always been the pottery wheel and have worked toward
a production pottery style of throwing and strive to make my work usable, beautiful and affordable.

As well as teaching throwing at the Art House I have a small studio I built three years ago. I retired from the N.H.S. two years ago where I worked in an adult acute mental health hospital facilitating pottery sessions for patients as a therapeutic activity, patients found this helpful and a considerable number of people continued working with clay as an art form and as a therapeutic activity on leaving hospital. My work can be viewed at the Art House and on my Instagram site.


Mia and Michelle 

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‘Mia and Michelle are Sheffield print-makers who design and make their own blocks, usually inspired by birds, plants and animals.  They block print using permanent textile inks and create a range of products including cushion, bags and notebooks.’

Mike Scown 

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‘Mike Scown produces gas fired stoneware. Forms are kept simple, with the emphasis being on the chemistry of the glazes and the firing process. Some local materials are used including clay dug from the ground in Sheffield and ashes from the family fireplace.’

Sonia Santos

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‘I have being stitching tapestry for 28 years. I started when I was about 10 years old, it’s a dying skill in Portugal, and I am very sad about that. I would like to bring it into the UK.
I run workshops at Running with Scissors.All materials are from Portugal. ‘


Lynn Denton

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‘I make and sell an assortment of craft items. These include jewellery including rings made from Sheffield silver spoons, fused glass jewellery and decorations, wooden advent calendars, succulents in baubles and logs and beeswax food wraps (fabric soaked in beeswax to wrap food, ideal for sandwiches and cheese as an alternative to plastic sandwich bags and clingfilm).’

Moni Feigenbutz

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‘Rivelin Arts – Moni Feigenbutz
I am a Sheffield based fused glass artist and will be bringing lots of pretty Christmas and home decorations for you at The Art House Christmas Market. Many of my makes are inspired by nature – birds, bees, dragonflies, flowers and cacti. My favourite makes are fused glass snowflakes which I will also have for sale. Looking for a custom make? Come and say hello and I am happy to discuss making something especially for you! ‘

Crafty Caddy

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 Printed By Us
‘We run screen printing workshops for people in Sheffield who may have experienced homelessness and other complex issues. We collaborate with local artists to create unique artwork, then:

We hand screen print artwork. We sell the prints. We run more workshops.
We also offer custom t-shirt and mug printing for artists, brands and businesses’