The following exhibitors are attending Made in Ryedale:
Drop-in Art Workshop with Serena Partridge
Serena will be running a drop in felt making workshop throughout the day. Pop along and design your own piece of artwork.
Ampleforth Abbey Produce
Award-winning artisan range of ciders and apple products are produced onsite in the cider mill which is nestled within the Ampleforth Abbey Orchards.
There will also be Ampleforth Abbey Honey and wooden chopping boards which have been made using oak from the woods. Jewellery from local artist Rosanna Wood will also be available.
Ampleforth Plus is a social enterprise which manufactures its own range of artisan chocolates as well as producing bespoke ranges to order. It has the in house capability to literally make ‘anything in chocolate’ including hand sculptured and decorated table top masterpieces. The chocolatiers are ably assisted by co-workers who all have autism and/or associated learning difficulties. To complement the product ranges the whole team also design and deliver a bespoke range of chocolate workshops ranging from two hour beginner sessions to two day residential master classes.
Holly Argyll works as an illustrator and pattern designer, tucked away in the remote Northern countryside. Holly enjoys working with a range of mediums including ink and pipettes to create the thick painterly lines that make her illustrations so distinctive. She uses chalk, crayon and watercolour paints to add plenty of colour to her work. Gaining inspiration from her beautiful surroundings in the Yorkshire countryside, her designs are available to purchase as prints and in a range of giftware including mugs, coasters, notebooks and greeting cards. She is currently designing a range of wallpapers and fabrics for the home.
Kezy Feaster Art
Kezy captures the dramatic beauty and changing moods of the North Yorkshire landscapes through mixed media paintings. A fascination with how man lives and evolves within the land and how buildings and architecture sit within our landscape has always intrigued her. From the moors to the cluster of houses that nestle into coastline cliffs, she interprets these in her own quirky way.
Lucy Saggers Photography
Lucy photographs rural life and landscape, currently focusing on documenting ordinary life in her home village of Ampleforth, on the edge of the North York Moors National Park. Seeking light and shadow, people and goings on, she records small, often unseen moments to portray fragments of rural stories.
Yorkshire Spoggs is a local family run business based on the Yorkshire Wolds.
Initially, they produced Honey Tablet for Yorkshire Wolds Bees. After further research they realised there was a gap in the market for traditionally handmade products and Yorkshire Spoggs was created.
All products are made using the open pan method in a small cottage industry. We pride themselves on the quality of their fudge which is the traditional fudge, crumbly in texture and melt in the mouth, rather than the creamed variety.
Handmade tote bags, beach bags, wash bags, bedroom organisers and other beautiful fabric products.
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