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A Feast for all the Senses

Looking for something special?
Something not mass-produced?
Something locally made?

You are invited to The Hearth Winter Fair & Open Studios
Sat 19th and Sun 20th November 2016


10am to 4pm each day
At the Hearth Arts Centre (20 mins drive from Newcastle upon Tyne)

Free entry. Address and Directions


The Hearth winter fair brings together a wide range of artists and craftspeople who will be showing and selling their own hand-made, hand-crafted items.



My latest original monotypes, etchings, prints and cards



Talking to the artists and soaking up the atmosphere



Upcycled knitwear, hand-stitched books and hand-built ceramics



Handmade soaps and Hadrian’s Wall honey



Upcycled and handmade jewellery



Hand-made, local art, craft and gifts



Delicious home-made food in the lovely Hearth Cafe



Music and poetry in the church


The ten resident artists will all throw open their doors to show new work:


Cathy Duncan, printmaking and painting
Ruth Hicken, textiles through time
David Holliday, watercolour painting
Melanie Hopwood, ceramics
Ellie Langley, felt
Kim Lewis, drawing
Sara Jane Palmer, ceramics
Mandy Pattullo, textiles
Jill Stewart, jewellery and clocks
and myself, printmaking


Our guest artists and craftspeople this year are:


Ceri Aitman, Oakwood Soaperie

Adele Burdon, Printmaker

Helen Grierson, Glass Artist

Natalie Henderson, Vintage Luxe

Cath Hodson, Printmaker

Kate Jackson, textile artist and bookbinder

Dorian Pritchard and Pam Peart Honey and Wax

Sue Reed, The Woolly Pedlar


I do hope to see you there. There's no obligation to buy, just soak up the atmosphere and enjoy talking to the artists!



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Rebecca Vincent

The Hearth

Main Road



NE15 0NT

Email info@rebecca-vincent.co.uk

Phone 07717 256169

Photographs by Alun Calendar for Country Living and Kate Buckingham for Hexham Courant