Colonnade House is delighted to announce its third Festive Pop-up shop, a two-week opportunity to purchase unique and artistic gifts during the festive season.

Run by the tenants who work in Colonnade House’s studios, as well as a few other independent makers based in and around Worthing, the shop will once again offer the chance to engage with local creatives whilst shopping for beautifully crafted presents.Items for sale include screen prints, illustrated Christmas cards, hand poured candles and limited edition ceramics.

On Thursday 20 Colonnade House will be open until 20.00 for late night shopping. We hope that you’ll join us for a glass of mulled wine while picking up some last minute gifts.  

 

 

About the sellers:

 

Peon Boyle

Peon Boyle is a printmaking artist who runs Sussex Printmakers, a diverse range of stimulating, artist-led courses and open access studio sessions based within her workshop at Colonnade House. Her latest prints include landscapes infused with vibrant sunset hues and intricate botanical shapes washed with milky lilacs and blues.

 

Print by Peon Boyle

 

 

Elsie Dodds

 

Elsie Dodds is a soft furnishing and homeware accessory design label for children and adults to share and enjoy, to encourage curious natures and stimulate imaginations. The designs are inspired by a way to learn through association and there is fun to be had finding all that is hidden in the patterns.

 

Cushions by Elsie Dodds

 

 

Sarah Edmonds

 

Sarah Edmonds is an illustrator and designer based in Worthing. Her portfolio includes hand drawn maps, mischievous puns, colourful alphabets and curious characters, produced using a fusion of hand drawn and digital techniques. Alongside commissioned projects she produces her own collections of illustrated gifts such as calendars, tea towels and tote bags.

 

Print by Sarah Edmonds

 

 

Daniel Good

 

Daniel Good is an artist and children’s television producer specialising in photography, sculpture and digital drawing. In his photography and fine art practice, Daniel produces surprising, sometimes semi abstract imagery that is concerned with finding the emotional and conceptual in the everyday. Daniel often collages, heavily retouches, or illustrates onto his photos to create remarkable new realities.

 

Illustrated photograph by Daniel Good

 

 

hello DODO

 

hello DODO is Jam and Ali, playful printmakers from Worthing. With a mutual love of fun and bold graphic design, hello DODO creates bright (and sometimes silly) artwork to brighten up any home and to make people smile.

 

Cards by hello DODO

 

 

Julie Ingham

 

Julie is a UK based freelance designer who creates patterns and illustrations for a range of surfaces including packaging, greetings cards, homeware, textiles and paper products and books.

 

Notebook by Julie Ingham

 

 

Men in Sheds

 

Men in Sheds are a woodwork group who produce and restore wooden objects whilst building and sharing skills, socialising and pursuing individual and group projects. A frequent exhibitor at the Festive Pop-up Shop, their items include Christmas ornaments, homeware and garden accessories such as clocks and bird houses.

 

Design by Men in Sheds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shona Macdonald

 

Shona Macdonald works predominantly through combining collagraph printmaking with papercutting. Her work is concerned with death and renewal in the natural world, sometimes whimsical and illustrative and always seeking beauty.

 

Papercutting by Shona MacDonald

 

 

Sarah Mills

 

Sarah Mills is a ceramicist who uses slip casting and porcelain paperclay to create beautifully painted crockery and other ceramic designs. This festive season she will be selling  tree decorations, earrings and porcelain candle holders, amongst other handmade pieces that make unique Christmas gifts.

 

Ceramics by Sarah Mills

 

 

Seven Seventeen

 

Featured in The Guardian, Independent and Glamour magazine, SevenSeventeen candles have been complemented for their ‘great throw and lovely scents’ by Guardian beauty columnist Sali Hughes and for being ‘simple in design, beautiful in quality’ by beauty blogger Caroline Hirons.

SevenSeventeen candles are hand poured in England with fine quality oils and natural wax that burns cleanly and throws the scent. They have super burn times (up to 70 hours for our triple wick candle!) and £1 from each product is donated to some brilliant mental health charities.

 

Candles by SevenSeventeen

 

 

Anna Vartiainen

 

Anna Vartiainen is a self-taught artist who draws, paints and makes prints featuring plants and landscapes, from both real and imagined places. Her latest project, an enchanting collection of exciting colour combinations inspired by forest walks, recently exhibited at Colonnade House for her inaugural solo exhibition.

 

Print by Anna Vartiainen