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Makers

The centre's craftshop sells a wide range of high quality contemporary craft including ceramics, glass, jewellery, paintings and prints, textiles. We also stock a wide selection of English and Welsh language greeting cards.

At any one time we would hope to have stock from most of the makers shown below. If you are looking for items from a particular maker it would be wise to phone us in advance of visiting.

Kathryn Roberts

Kathryn Roberts
Brecon

Nature and natural forms with underlying asymmetry and balance are becoming increasingly dominant themes in Kathryn’s work. Forms are enhanced with a vast palette of colour and texture. Inspiration inevitably still comes from the material itself - ‘the beauty of working with glass is its infinite possibilities.’ Her work is a reflection on her surroundings and state of mind – they are free, understated but confident with an unrestrained painterly quality.

Koa Jewellery

Koa Jewellery
Vale of Glamorgan

Koa jewellery is designed and handmade in a beautiful seaside village in the Vale of Glamorgan. Every piece is ethically produced using pewter which is completely lead and nickel free. The majority of the jewellery incorporates coloured resin and some features several beads which are carefully selected and also ethically sourced from fair trade suppliers. 

Louise Pringle

Louise Pringle

Eclectic shock jewellery is a breathtaking collection of gorgeous and unique jewellery. Louise Pringle reflects her own style unlike no other, especially in her reinvented vintage jewellery - each piece is a one off with charm bracelets necklaces and brooches made up of vintage pieces of jewellery, unusual charms, heart, vintage earrings, coins, rings, watches and more.

 

Walter Keeler

Walter Keeler
Monmouth

Walter Keeler's pottery is rooted in the domestic and the functional.Working in both salt-glazed stoneware and lead-glazed earthenware his innovative and characteristic designs are thrown, turned and altered.

Walter’s work is not only functional but holds a strong ornamental element that bridges the gap between practical domestic objects and sculptural form. His influences include Greek Pottery, Roman Glass, Eighteenth Century Staffordshire Wares and tin oil cans.