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Low Moon Over High Town is a collection of ten ink drawings from Heaton based artist Ben Holland. They celebrate the less revered architectural wonders of Newcastle Upon Tyne, from the newsagent to the barber shop, the local pub to the vampire rabbit doorway (behind Dean Street, next to St Nicholas' cathedral, if you're wondering)...
They are intended to remind us that there's a certain beauty - and occasionally a little menace - hiding around every single humdrum street corner. The Low Moon Over High Town collection (High Town being the original name of Heaton) is being exhibited for the first time at Heaton Perk until January 22nd, with prints available from the shop itself or by contacting Ben through his website.
Jewellery by Sarah Laquiz
Hand-crafted sterling silver jewellery. Every item unique, and includes birthstones and gemstones.
Surface Accessories & Homeware by Frances Abigail
An exciting, eccentric, eclectic collection of hand-made brooches and striking cake stands crafted from reclaimed vintage crockery from Heaton-based artist/designer Frances Abigail McKenna.
Through The Keyhole
My name is Hayley Clark, I'm from Newcastle and I'll try my hand at any kind of craft. I always come back to my love of making jewellery and have incorporated that with a strange interest with keys. I love all types of keys, new, old, everyday keys to fancy vintage skeleton keys. And, of course, the beautiful keyholes which make the set complete. So I've begun hunting them down and making them into beautiful, one of a kind statement jewellery pieces. I recycle old metalwork, give it a face lift and combine it with some new bits and bobs, ensuring that no two pieces will ever be the same.
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