MiW Trail 2020 #miwlockdowntrail

This year the Made in Whitstable Oyster Festival Trail goes online!

Instead of visiting the actual houses, studios and gardens, we shall be taking a virtual route using Instagram to peek into the locked down studios.

Here are links to some of the Whitstable creatives who will be taking part in #miwlockdowntrail

Artists are listed alphabetically by first name

Alison Fitzgerald: Textiles

Alma Caira: Fused, blown and flameworked glass  

Amanda Tennant: embroidered textiles

Annett Banx: Garden sculptures & paintings inspired by nature

Annie Taylor: Illustrative and textile art, where mermaids and fairy folk flirt with carnies and Kahlos


 Bruce Williams: painting

please note : from 1st September 2020 Bruce Williams will be moving into a new studio/gallery here in sunny Whitstable. He will be taking over “The Flying Pig” on Canterbury Road, Whitstable.
This is located on the main road out of Whitstable, just after you go under the railway bridge, past the “Handsome Sam”, and opposite the small Co-op. Keam’s Yard on the sea front will stay open as usual until the end of August. 

Claire Griffiths: ceramics

Clare Jackson: Painting, photography, printmaking and stitch.

Emily Turner: screenprints and embroidery

Daphne Candler: Exploring experiences thoughts and personal environment through drawing, collage, print, sketchbooks and experimental work. Mixed media and acrylic paintings which sit somewhere between reality and abstraction.

 Doyle & Leech: Handmade bags and accessories in leather and fabric

Florence Postgate: artist

Golden Guinea Studio: ceramics by Bethany Rogers

James Bates: artwork, printing

Janet Dance: mixed media textured printmaking and painted furniture

Janet Maxwell: abstract painting

Lino of Life: lino prints by Jevgenija Tkacenko (Zenia) 


Josephine Harvatt: fine art painting

Lucy Stockton-Smith: Printmaking, drawing, bookbinding and garden objets d’art

Marion Sheppard : painting, seascapes and abstract, printing with found objects, simple jewellery

Marj Taylor: Working in high fired porcelain and stoneware.

Marti Murchison: textile designer and vintage stylist

Max Kimber: Artist with interest in anthrozoology. Represented by Lilford Gallery, Canterbury #atpaulshouse

Mike Turner: Graphics, prints, photography, drawings and photography 

Nicole Bates: artwork, Printing and textiles

Paul Elliott: All kinds of mind shit thrown together in odd fractured narratives #atpaulshouse

Peter Stockton Smith: painting

Raspberry Studios: textiles, embroidery and glass by Jan Lewis

Ric W. Horner Whitstable land & seascape

Ruth Dalzell: paintings drawings, mixed media and lino prints. representational pushing towards abstraction. My subject matter tends to be images of places I have been.

Selina Firth: paintings, giclee prints & cards 

Sharon Cavalier: Driftwood and found object sculptures, collections, mixed media wall art. 

Sue Jessett: Passion for textiles, drawing with threads and collages making

Sue Moreton: ceramics
I am a potter and artist inspired by our coastal environment and the Kent countryside, producing thrown wares, sculptures as well as drawing and painting in a variety of media.

Susie Loverseed: Hand embroidered artwork

Teresa Samson: jewellery

Toby Hunt: My practice is principally concerned with the link between painting and the corporeal; figurative painting. However, at some point another element seems to enter through the back door, an insidious factor that I have no control over, despite my best efforts at saintliness a kind of pernicious cynicism starts to pervade my pictures like some unravelling horror. #atpaulshouse

Tracie Peisley: painting, contemporary ceramics

Vicky Hageman: Wheel thrown porcelain ceramics. 

Webster and Beryl: handweaving/textile art by Lola Mc Dowell

Wendy Robinson:  combines textile, stitch, resin casts, photography and found vintage objects, usually combined with text to create pieces that explore memory, belonging and purpose.