This high quality annual exhibition and sale has been held at Lanercost Priory, in the historic Dacre Hall for over 30 years. Each year, new exhibitors and guests keep this event fresh and vibrant.
Close to both the Lake District National Park and Hadrians Wall, World Heritage Site, this well established show is an attraction for visitors and residents alike.
CRAFTSMEN AT THE PRIORY 'Core Group' who organise the exhibition each year.
Julia is a member of the core group who organise and present this annual exhibition each year.
She has created handmade accessories for fashion and interiors since setting up Chameleon in 1984.
Her latest collection includes pure wool scarves and hats with funky felt embellishment, felted wool bags, purses, cushions and felted jewellery.
Denise of Cuckoo Tree Studio is a member of the core group who organise and present this annual exhibition each year. She creates hand printed artwork, interior textiles and jewellery inspired by the natural world.
After living in and being inspired by the Lake District for 20 years, a recent move to the Isle of Skye has introduced a coastal element to her work.
The colour palette and stylised graphic prints work perfectly within a contemporary or country style home.
Tricia is a member of the core group who organise and present this annual exhibition each year. She creates painterly, abstract images with her own, unique photographic techniques. She originally studied photography in the USA, then developed her artistic skills over time by experimentation to become an artist photographer.Tricia's work blurs the line between art and photography.
Mary of Ram Workshop is an artist and member of the core group who organise and present this annual exhibition each year.
She paints scenes in the folk/decorative art tradition, on jewellery boxes and other woodwork.
She produces easel paintings and greetings cards of all her work.
Born a farmer’s daughter in the fells of the North Pennines, Christina now lives in Lanercost just across the road from the Priory.
She draws inspiration for her art from her country background, her deep love of the countryside and working in her beautiful cottage garden and paddock, full of wild flowers, honey bees and a few chickens.
Mostly worked in a 'wet on wet' technique, the watercolour paintings are in impressionistic floral style using mainly pastoral colours, creating an atmospheric pictorial image.
Richard of Ram Workshop is a woodcarver and member of the core group who organise and present this annual exhibition each year.
He makes furniture to his own designs, using English hardwoods, mostly to order. He specialises in carving.
CRAFTSMEN AT THE PRIORY ANNUAL EXHIBITION AND SALE
Dacre Hall . Lanercost Priory . Brampton . Cumbria . CA8 2HQ
August 2nd to August 29th 2017
Open 10.00am - 5.00pm daily
**Register an interest via the contact page to receive a personal invitation.