The 200 exhibitors at the 2017 Summer Arts Market covered a huge range of of products and art forms; from ceramics to painting, screen printing, illustration, jewellery, homewares, beauty products, candles, textiles and even taxidermy.
You can see a selection of their work below.
Joanne Tambourini-Kay, aka Ren & Stitchy, makes retro inspired kids clothing and accessories. Ren & Stitchy fabrics are […]
Jess and Rachel, the Salmon Sisters, have been working together for almost five years; merging their individual skills […]
Judy trained as an illustrator and printmaker and has had a successful career in greeting card, book and […]
Ruby Tynan Jewellery is inspired by a simple, contemporary, yet classic aesthetic. Each piece has been beautifully designed […]
Lucy Gaughan hand draws images taken from her love of nature or architecture, and then manipulates them into […]
La Meme Etoffe is a creative business run by sisters Sarah and Sophie. They make beautiful items from […]
Ovis Yarns create contemporary, hand-dyed British wools and fibres. Made from 100% British wool, they’re processed and spun […]
Nathan Pendlebury studied Fine Art at Liverpool John Moores University. His colourful, abstract paintings are created from acrylic […]
At Rare Bear they make children’s clothing bright, fun and practical. Using the highest quality fabrics in quirky, […]
Tell us a bit about yourself. I trained at Liverpool Art School, Liverpool Polytechnic (now LJMU) and graduated […]