Amy is a maker of installations and Illustrator of porcelain based on the shores of Carlingford Lough, Ireland
Anna's work is spontaneous, emotive, triggered by a thought or event, or by an atmosphere in which there is a sensory stimulus.
Caroline Stokesberry-Lee is an Irish jewellery designer, working from her studio in Belfast. She trained at Ulster University, and Waylands Forge Silversmiths and Jewellery School in Dublin.
Charlie is an illustrator, animator and writer who creates work using traditional and digital media.
Claire is a jeweller, silversmith and artist based near Annalong. Rural life and the landscapes where she grew up have a strong influence on her practice.
Clare is fascinated by materials and processes, She employ's the technique of casting to explore juxtapositions of form, texture and colour.
Donal's work was inspired by a large quantity of wooden blocks that remained after building a barn. He was determined to use the blocks in some way.
Ellen's love of mixing and casting materials allows her to create work that will always have a unique touch as no singular piece reveals the same outcome.
Jasmin is a UX/UI and Graphic Designer, but most days she just enjoys a good cup of coffee.
Jordain is an artist, designer and Illustrator. Jordain conveys a lot of feelings, emotions and experiences within his work.
Joy predominately works with wire, and various metals to capture the wild, resilient nature of urban birds and windswept trees.
Katie Ireland is a Belfast-based art student and illustrator of Belfast Landmarks and buildings.
Natasha encapsulates elegance through modern simplicity and traditional craftsmanship.
Rachel Leary's ceramic practice concentrates on her fascination to explore the properties and potentials of the clay material.
Rebekah McBride is a Belfast based Artist, Graphic Designer, Painter and Maker.
Why clay? Sharon loves the way it feels, the squidge of the wet clay, then finally animating, bringing out the character/personality of my subjects.