We are delighted to announce that Upland made will be returning on 4 & 5 November 2023 for a third installment at Easterbrook Hall in Dumfries.
Upland made is a visual art and craft fair selling handmade, bespoke and unique work made by Upland members. It celebrates the handmade; the Upland made. It invites you to shop for unique, handmade items created by local artists and makers.
This year we are delighted to present 39 stands with a vast range of work.
Ailsa Black (painting), Alan Cameron (wood cut prints), Amanda Simmons (kiln-formed glass), Bella Green (painting & jewellery), Clare Dawdry (pottery), Daniel Lacey (wood/furniture), Dorothy Stewart (hand-woven scarves), Elaine Fenwick (jewellery), Liz Dagg (painting), Fitch & McAndrew (ceramics), Heather Armstrong (ceramics), Helen Walsh (textiles and prints), Hugh Bryden (painting, prints and artists books), Jackie Zehnder (ceramics), Jay Rubinstein (wood veneer mobiles), Jo Gallant (textiles), Julian Francis & Suzanne Stuart Davies (ceramics, sculpture, paintings), Kay Ribbens (hats, headwear & wearable sculpture), Kaz Robertson (jewellery), Leah Halliday (illustration), Liz Steele (ceramics), Louisa Birdsall (illustration), Lucy Hadley (homeware), Mia Heath (bookbinding), The Handmade Crafthouse (woodwork, photography), Morag Macpherson (textiles), Natalie Vardey (jewellery), Pamela Grace (printmaking), Rebecca Woods (ceramics), Ridgeback Forge (custom knives), Roger Lever (photography), Sarah Louise (painting), Sarah Stewart (printmaking), Sue Hughes (textiles), Susie Niven (painting), Tricia Barna & Andy Philpott (painting plus homeware), Val Macadam (drawings & prints) and Women of the Woods (wood).
We are delighted to welcome graduates from OutPost Art’s ArtJournal Project who will also have a dedicated stand.
Food/Drink & Family Activities:
There will be a pop-up cafe run by Easterbrook Hall and a creative wellbeing space, made WELL run with the support DG Creative Wellbeing – an OutPost Arts programme. Here visitors will find demonstrations run by some of our exhibitors, engaging activities, and a family-friendly place to relax and recharge.
More information on made WELL will be released in the coming weeks.