Waihi artist Sarah Potton of Mousewhisker Studio had a childhood dream to become an artist and live a self sufficient life in the country, surrounded by as many animals as possible. While that dream (much to her amazement) actually came true, she does find that trying to combine an artistic career with the demands of a large vege garden and thirty-seven furred, feathered and woolly residents has been a bit more challenging than she imagined! Sarah’s creature-inspired artistry manifests on paper and beautiful pebble miniatures, all available in her Felt shop.
Christchurch ceramicist Emma Turner enjoys telling stories about our every day surroundings in her artistic and functional pieces. From her home studio she produces appealing and practical thrown and hand built ceramic wares, as well as a range of striking, unique necklaces and brooches.
Wairarapa primary school teacher and mum of three Elise Hoogsteden-Roberts of Fruit Salad Gal loves wearing her Allsorts jewellery to school – it’s an absolute hit with the kids. She enjoys the fact that her jewellery engages people and ignites smiles and conversation no matter … Read more »
New to Felt, ASH Ceramics makes unique and eye-catching ceramic character brooches – each engaging face never to be made again. Inspired by the elemental nature of ceramics and hand drawn on terracotta clay and edged in copper, they are one of a kind pieces for you to take home and love.
What a perfect Christmas gift! Jeweller Sophie Divett specialises in sculptural, understated, unique jewellery that draws inspiration from the natural world. From her Christchurch-based studio, Sophie hand-crafts precise, beautiful, and often surprising jewellery pieces in her signature refined, earthy aesthetic.