Our makers’ studios are home to some of the finest makers and artists in the region. Open to the public, our studios offer a rare opportunity for visitors to meet makers, buy beautifully crafted work direct from independent artists, or commission a unique piece for a special occasion. 

We are committed to supporting the ongoing development of artists’ professional practice, one way we do this is by providing affordable studio spaces.

 

STUDIO 1, TRACEY ELPHICK,
MIXED MEDIA

Tracey takes her inspiration from what she sees around her from day to day.
 

STUDIO 5, DANIELLA WILSON-DUNNE,
STAINED GLASS

Working mainly to commission, Daniella produces a variety of panels in traditional and contemporary designs, for private houses and public buildings.

STUDIO 2, LOCO GLASS,
GLASS BLOWERS

Forward thinking, exciting glass with an emphasis on creative design and skilled craftmanship.

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STUDIO 7, THE WHISTLE PRESS
LETTERPRESS PRINTER

Suzanne creates beautiful, bespoke letterpress wedding stationery, combining modern and antique methods creatively and thoughtfully.

Every order is patiently handmade in house from start to finish, lovingly assembled and meticulously checked over.

STUDIO 4, STEPHEN PERKINS, TRADITIONAL UPHOLSTERER

Stephen is a third generation master upholsterer, he uses traditional methods unchanged for hundreds of years.

Studio 8, Dorothy Reglar,
Garment designer/maker

Unique garments and textiles, often made with silks and cottons sourced from Laos.

STUDIO 9, emily northen,
bookbinder

Emily has been making her own books since childhood. Today her custom made journals and sketchbooks are sold internationally.

 

OUR CAFÉ

Make more of your visit to New Brewery Arts by dropping in to our Café, we serve great coffee and a delicious lunch menu, we use local, organic and fairtrade ingredients wherever possible.

WHAT'S ON

New Brewery Arts is the place to come and explore the best of British craft and creativity. We have over 100 weekly courses and short workshops on offer each term and regularly changing exhibitions.