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Our American Handcrafted Podcast series reveals inspiring makers stories and journeys in handmade. It is a place where we explore techniques and discover extraordinary craft. A place where impactful voices give rise to a supportive and encouraging community of like-minded artists and makers. Curated with aspirational, soulful, meaningful, and sometimes life defining moments, we lead with our collective team voices advocating and celebrating a place where HAPPINESS IS HANDMADE. Visit us at ht ...
 
The Handcrafted Podcast is intended to inspire. It interviews people who work in the Arts & Crafts about what they do, how and why they do it and where their ambitions lead them. It's not a podcast filled with famous people. This is the stories of the Crafts-Folk who work everyday to fulfil their passion for what they do. The Podcast is hosted by Richard Stannard, The Wild Silversmith, who is a Craftsman and musician in his own right. He lives in Bournemouth in the South of England where he ...
 
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With an immense love for statement accessories-Takara emerged into handmade fashion accenting personal style, expanding on to apparel as clients embraced her style sense. Influenced by the American mid-western, and pop art, modern classics and Scottish plaid and British tailored design. Takara’s artistic abstractions and geometrics blend and fuse. …
 
"We design with intention, so the pieces not only have a positive impact on the recipient, but on the environment as well. That’s why we only use recycled, repurposed, and organic materials to make our Made-In-America jewelry. We want you to feel as good about our products as we do, and to share that positive and inspirational energy with family an…
 
Mitch is an Engineer turned Artist who has turned his hand to making intricate sculptures of such esoterica as dragonflies, fairies and airships. His journey into creativity hasn't been a straightforward one. He's overcome some hurdles to get where he is but now, nestled in his Cornish home he seems to have re-found his mojo and is creating some be…
 
"Rich in history, the American textile industry needs support to grow. Producing our yarns domestically helps local economies prosper, supporting dignified work and sustainable livelihoods within these traditionally underpaid fields. We forge lasting relationships from the ranch to the mill, enriching independent businesses while illuminating this …
 
Imogen Charleston produces a range of work inspired by nature and there is strong environmental theme that runs through all her designs. In this episode (which is not un-troubled by a dog and a telephone) we speak about how she uses the clays that she finds along Dorset's Jurassic Coast to create functional pieces as well as more artistic statement…
 
"My goal is to change the way people think about cross stitch and needlepoint and with the support of the media and my fabulous customers, I am achieving it." Emily Peacock is a Counted Cross Stitch and Needlepoint Practitioner and Teacher. She used bold colours and typography in her designs to create beautiful vibrant works of art. Emily says that…
 
Samantha Verrone Textiles produces one of a kind and short run home furnishings and accessories that merge contemporary with traditional design. Inspired by Korean Pojagi patchwork, Japanese layered Boro cloth and the challenge to make something new from that which might otherwise be discarded, these pieces are amalgams of dyeing and repairing, dec…
 
"I quite like distorting perspectives a little bit and making sure there's the right amount of light and dark" In this episode I speak with Phillip Kingsbury who is a Lino Cut Artist and Graphic designer. His story is one of a seemingly infinitely adaptable artist who can turn his hand to most things in order to pursue his art. In this episode we f…
 
"I'm influenced by decay in surfaces. Rusting metal, peeling paints, peeling wallpaper, cracking plaster, that kind of aesthetic" Suzette Knight is a Ceramicist with a unique style. She is influenced by decay, by peeling wallpaper and falling-down buildings. Her work is textured and stressed to give it a used, worn out feeling. In this episode I sp…
 
"I like communities that are happy, and joyful, and smiling... Even if it's just for a short time" Lisa Davies is a Bubbleologist, which in short is someone who makes bubbles for entertainment or therapy. In this interview it was genuinely fascinating to speak with Lisa about how this simple art has taken her around the world, but that her ambition…
 
"Be honest about things that genuinely get under your skin and have the process to be able to transfer that into a story..." In this episode I have a congenial chat with Paul Draper. Paul is an accomplished prose and short story / flash fiction writer. His recent collection of short stories 'Black Gate Tales' has been receiving rave reviews and is …
 
Persian inspired patterned pottery and Judaic iconography: a collection inspired by themes of Judaism, Israel, and flora of Israel. Jennifer Wankoff works on the melding of Judaica objects and secular work. She spins the wheel as well as hand builds, often pushing out in sections of six, like the six-sided star of David. The resulting sections beco…
 
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