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Maker Spotlight: Meet Angela Farquharson, The Sculptor Bringing To Life The Female Form In Her Work!

Maker Spotlight: Meet Angela Farquharson, The Sculptor Bringing To Life The Female Form In Her Work! Today, the First of March maker spotlight is on Angela Farquharson. Angela’s work has continued to evolve more figuratively, ultimately revolving around the depiction of the female form’s sensuality and inherent beauty. She strives to preserve the values of classical figurative sculpture, while also appreciating modern craft developments. We recently caught up with Angela Farquharson to reminisce on how her craft career began, highlights of her journey so far, and her plans for upcoming collections. What sparked your interest in the craft world? I was…

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Maker Spotlight: Meet Emily Hughes, a Welsh Ceramicist to Watch!

Today, the First of March maker spotlight is on Emily Hughes. Emily is an incredibly talented, emerging ceramicist with a love for handmade craft. Her passion for Wales is evident and successfully showcased in her work.  We sat down with Emily Hughes to hear all about her latest collection and plans for the future! What sparked your interest in the craft world? From an early age, I was obsessed with making and handmade items – they always felt so precious to me. I suppose this was because my mum treasured anything I would make, from as early as I could…

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