Carol CruickshankCarol produces unusual, colourful and happy handsewn textile sea and landscapes in her own trademark naive style.
Neil CruickshankNeil has lived on Portland for twelve years, having moved from Essex. He was a teacher and has also been a church leader, musician, social worker and, before all that, he was a baby.
Neil doesn’t count himself an artist, more of a collector and coordinator of loose ends. All of his sculptures are from things that have been lost, sunk, left behind or washed up - recycled, recovered and repurposed. No two pieces can be the same therefore. He alters things as little as possible
Olivia NurrishOlivia's colour saturated landscape paintings reflect the enchantment of Dorset, from nostalgic seasides to bustling harbours
Nicky StockleyBased on the beautiful Jurassic coastline in Swanage, Dorset. Nicky creates illustrated textile products that derive from detailed hand drawn designs inspired by dorset and wildlife. All of her products are sewn by hand to create luxury and long lasting beautiful items for decorating your home and yourself!
Nicky started her journey after completing a masters in Illustration which opened a whole new world of digital colour to go alongside her fine art drawing background.
Lily MartinLily lives in the depths of the beautiful Dorset Countryside and she in inspired by the County. She uses Acrylic Paints because she loves the vibrancy of colours. Her works are in the main, abstract, although Lily also loves to paint her own impressions of varying scenes of landscapes, oceans or what’s going on in her mind!
Tide DorsetTide create handmade jewellery from beautiful sea glass found along the Jurassic Coast, ranging from necklaces, to bracelets and earrings
Claire CameronClaire Cameron, is owner of Pet Pawtraits ,she creates beautiful pawtraits of your pets in clay, she has also started a line of ceramic Jewellery and sculptures
Elaine HarrisElaine creates mixed media, vibrant paintings inspired by the sea and the natural world
Joanna Smith Fine ArtGrowing up in Swanage and spending most of her childhood exploring the beautiful Dorset countryside, Joanna has always had a great love for British nature and wildlife. . Joanna strives to maintain a realistic style that creates the illusion of life emanating from the paper and to do this she uses a combination of professional quality coloured pencil, pastel and digital techniques.