Ali is a Yorkshire based printmaker, designing and hand screen printing pieces with an illustrative, drawn quality, paying attention to colour, line and shape.
Products range from greetings cards, limited edition prints, cushions, lampshades, zip bags and upholstered furniture.Visit the maker's website
Gwyneth Williamson Designs
Gwyneth Williamson creates jewellery from silver, copper, brass and gold. Her designs explore organic and geometric textures, shapes and patterns. After refreshing her print making skills in The Art House Print Studio, she has also begun to incorporate wood, paint and print in to her designs. Using linocut patterns and off-cut shapes left over from laser-cut wood Gwyneth works intuitively to layer mono-print patterns onto plywood.Visit the maker's website
Jenna Lee Alldread
Jenna Lee Alldread is a maker, illustrator and printmaker based in West Yorkshire. She loves creating endearing characters and applying them to a variety of surfaces. She enjoys making with a variety of materials from textile to wood, using various printmaking techniques. She embraces playful process and fun quirky ideas.Visit the maker's website
Jim Souper Photography
Jim Souper is a photographer inspired by both the natural and man-made landscape. He studied photography at Batley School of Art and Design, graduating in a degree in Contemporary Photographic Arts in 2009.
All prints are made in Jim’s studio at The Art House, using pigment inks and high quality fine art papers. A smaller range of commercially printed gift cards is also available.Visit the maker's website
Jo is an artist/maker based in Yorkshire who is driven by a love of the handmade. Her products encapsulate interesting textures and surfaces and vibrant colour palettes. She takes inspiration from her life and is often motivated by her emotions. As a disabled artist, she often has to change or adapt ideas to suit her ability.
Products include handmade coasters, jewellery and artworks.Visit the maker's Instagram account
Kirstie Williams is a Yorkshire based freelance designer, printmaker and creative tutor. She originally trained in Textile Design and primarily uses screen printing techniques to create textures, patterns and prints.
Kirstie produces limited edition prints, cards, textiles and individual gifts. She is particularly inspired by 1950s surface pattern and uses bold and simple repetitive shapes in her prints.Visit the maker's website
Moby Slick creates illustrated wares inspired by music and animals (her cat frequently features in her work!). With the initial intention of making work as a way to connect with others through the struggles of life and mental illness, Moby Slick was developed into a creative business with help from the Prince’s Trust.Visit the maker's Instagram account
Chelsea Sia makes everything by hand at Ploopy Poopy paper shop. She is largely inspired by books, plants, and the large world around her – dreaming through painting and drawing. Ploopy Poopy paper shop is a collection of fragments, follies and small objects encapsulating all that is botanical and handmade. The collection consists of prints, paintings, clay pins… amongst other little things.Visit the maker's website
Helen Riddle is an artist working predominantly in textiles. From her studio at The Art House she creates a range of artworks and accessories which combine felting with print, hand-stitch and free-motion embroidery.
Helen sells in galleries and at events across the UK. She also teaches workshops and courses and is currently developing work for exhibitions.Visit the maker's website
Ellie Way is a freelance print designer based in Leeds. Ellie launched her design label WAY in 2017 and shortly afterwards set up her studio at The Art House.
It is a passion for printing processes that really motivates Ellie as a designer. All goods are designed, screen printed and handmade by Ellie and are available for wholesale.Visit the maker's website
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The Art Shop celebrates independent artists and makers and stocks a range of high quality, unique products that are otherwise unavailable on the high street.
Designers and makers are invited to submit products for consideration.Find out more