Hundreds flock to artisan market at The Stables

Glasswork by Sarah Quick of Rowenberry Designs. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Glasswork by Sarah Quick of Rowenberry Designs. Picture: MARK ATHERTON - Credit: Archant

Creatives browsed The Stable’s artisan market on Saturday.

Sunshine Susies, ceramic artist Sue Brown. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Sunshine Susies, ceramic artist Sue Brown. Picture: MARK ATHERTON - Credit: Archant

Around 300 people gathered at the market in Weston's Wadham Street to browse handmade plates, bowls and kitchenware, as well as paintings and woodwork.

The event takes place on the first Saturday of the month and artist Linda Chan, Celtic woodworker Stephen White and the Portishead Pebble company showcased their products.

Glasswork by Sarah Quick, ceramic artist Sunshine Susies and John and Karen Osborne with modern furniture also attended.

Portishead Pebble contempory ceramics by Anna Elliot. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Portishead Pebble contempory ceramics by Anna Elliot. Picture: MARK ATHERTON - Credit: Archant

Spokesman for the event, Jemma Coles said: "The artisan market went well, we were slightly down on numbers from last year's Christmas event, but around 300 people came along on the day.


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"We will be moving our artisan markets to the first Sunday of the month soon, hopefully, this should increase visitor numbers at The Stables."

Celtic Woodwork by Stephen White. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Celtic Woodwork by Stephen White. Picture: MARK ATHERTON - Credit: Archant

Artist Linda Chan with her "Music for the Eyes" artwork. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Artist Linda Chan with her "Music for the Eyes" artwork. Picture: MARK ATHERTON - Credit: Archant

John and Karen Osborne with their Industrial Modern Furniture. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

John and Karen Osborne with their Industrial Modern Furniture. Picture: MARK ATHERTON - Credit: Archant

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