KATE MORGAN : AGE UK
Kate Moragn is a freelance artist based in Sheffield who’s detailed work has a focus on texture and light, inspired by local surroundings, travels, people and stories. Kate also creates commissioned pieces for those wanting something a little more bespoke and special.
Kate has illustrated scenes in people’s lives for birthdays, weddings, honeymoon gifts and more. Kate also love to run workshops with participants of all ages in schools, museums and galleries.
DAVID GREEN : DEACONS SUPERDEC
David Green works under the name of Dgartstudio.
An illustrator/painter formally from Cudworth. He studied Art at Leeds and Sheffield Uni’s.
David worked for BMBC as an art specific youth and community worker before working with Handmade films to produce artwork for ‘Brassed off and Trainspotting.
Dgartstudio now produces keep-sakes, specialising in painted and engraved jewelry/memory boxes.
JIM VICKERS : KATIE NEWSAM
Made in Sheffield back when shell suits were the latest craze, Jim Vickers is an illustrator with a BA(Hons) in Graphic Arts. Jim enjoys drawing, fuelled by cups oftea, beer, and music.
Specialising in the apparel and music industry, although Jim is open to new areas of design. Clients have included: Acoda, Arkaik Clothing, Bedford Guitars, FESTIVILE, Hey Vanity, InMe,Dave McPherson and many more…
SARAH CATTERALL : POPPY’S FLORIST
A contemporary jewellery designer and maker, Sarah’s designs are developed from a wide variety of inspirations and starting themes such as; Fairy Tales and nature to fine
art. Her current work is based on the Fairy tales;
Princess and the Pea, Rapunzel and Rumplestiltskin. Primarily working in sterling silver often including exotic woods, gemstones and in some instances embracing found objects.
Facebook: Sarah Catterall Contemporary
Jewellery Workshop: Junction 36 boutique, Hoyland Common
JESSICA WOODHOUSE : CO-OP
Jessica Woodhouse is an illustrator and designer based in Chesterfield, Derbyshire. She creates an array of gifts and cards, often featuring cute vegetable friends.
Jessica also produces truly unique personalised family portraits for all occasions and has customers allover the world.
FATROBOT ILLUSTRATION : CUDWORTH LIBRARY
FatRobot Illustration is the trading name for Rob Richardson, a freelance illustrator and animator with over twenty years of professional experience.
FatRobot specialises in storyboards for film and television. Character design and concept art for the video games industry. Comic books, cartoons and editorial illustration. Plus lots more.
Based in Sheffield, England, FatRobot works for clients around the known world.
CHERRY ORCHARD : WISHES
Cherry Orchard is one of the leading suppliers of greetings cards to independent retailers based in the UK.
Launched in 1995, the portfolio of greetings cards has now grown to include an extensive collection of designs for every special occasion, covering all the main relations, occasions, ages and seasonal captions. Offering a wide range of price points and styles, there is something for all tastes and budgets.
DAVE DRAWS : LDS FANCYDRESS
Dave Draws is a freelance illustrator originally from Chesterfield but now living in rainy Manchester. Dave works from Mirabel studios in the city centre but also travels all over for his large scale wall murals.
Dave’s trademark is his doodle maps which combine his unique doodle style with cartoonish illustrations creating a map of a city.
CHLOE ROBERTS : BARC
Chloe Roberts is a Cudworth resident and owner of Crazy Faces Face Painting.
Chloe Roberts started off face painting her daughter for Halloween party’s and school fancy dress before getting very passionate about face and body painting. She now takes her passion and paints at galas, party’s, charity events and also joins competitions infull body painting.
Chloe was a big hit at last year’s Cudworth Christmas which she helped organise.
DAVE C GRAFFITI : LAKIS FISH BAR
David Cross is a Barnsley based graffiti and mural artist who’s youth and community work is focused on promoting positive change through learning and personal development.
David’s aim is to build foundations that break down barriers, improve community cohesion and ultimately bring about social change. David’s fantastic art work and murals have appeared all around Barnsley.
LOUISE SCHOFIELD : CO-OCCASIONS
Louise Schofield was born and raised in Barnsley, where she enjoyed a childhood filled with many adventures in the countryside and coastal areas. It’s no surprise that her passion for nature is translated in her artwork.
Working in various art mediums Louise has recently discovered alcohol ink which has captured both her imagination and that of her customers and clients.