Wild Ways Ceramics with Elaine Gregory
Elaine is an artist specialising in ceramics, with a design degree from Wolverhampton University. She designs, makes, glazes, paints and fires her own ware as well as making goblets, tankards, teapots, tiles and wall plaques in the pottery at Wild Ways. The well-equipped workshop includes potter's wheels and two small kilns.
Garth Reynolds Woodware
Garth inherited the Ludlow-based family business from his father, Arthur Reynolds, who founded Reynolds Woodware in 1946. The company employed fifteen local craftsmen and produced high quality, hand-made furniture, inspired by the Arts & Crafts movement. Reynolds furniture is now highly sought after. Garth retired from the business in 1980, but continues to exercise his cabinet-making skills, producing beautiful, individually crafted furniture, chairs and boxes in a variety of hard and soft woods.
John Whittleston uses his druidic skills to make magical wands, staffs and other woodland crafted items. He has items for sale is available for selected commisions.