Artists are organised by studio groups and each entry indicates when the studio is open over the three-day period, access and contact information. The maps on the artists’ pages cover the geographical areas of Hebden Bridge together with Todmorden, Heptonstall, Mytholmroyd and more. Individual studios within larger group premises are clustered together and colour coded, as are the independent studios.





1CAROLYN CURTIS MAGRIMy work relates to the humanitarian side of forensic anthropological research. A collaboration with an ex CSI at UCLAN has inspired new work at the interface of drone technology and drawing.

2TONY ISSEYEGHDisplaying prints and drawings that refer to my recent animations that will also be shown at regular intervals on a digital screen in the studio

3ANNIE LAWSONCartoons, Knitted Zoology and Rug Vision

4MARY LONEYPaintings in oil.

5GUY LYMERMy work explores artistic applications for technology, often via local hackerspace/ makerspace at Hebble End Works. New work includes laser-cutting for 2D and 3D forms.

6DOROTHY ANN SIMISTERLooking from the outside into shop windows for reflections and material patterns. Also landscape paintings and journeys through little sketchbooks.

7JAN TAYLORGlass artwork is my passion – fused, hand-painted & stained glass, including glass splashbacks.

8HEATHER BOXALLStained glass windows made to commission. Bespoke designs for your home or business.

9LOUISE CROSBYI work as Seeing Poetry: Poetry in words and comics – which includes illustrating my own writing and collaborations.

10FRANCES EARNSHAWLarge scale cyanotype prints.

11JOAN FRANCISAbstract mixed media prints in response to patterns I see in the landscape.

12HELEN SARGEANTMy practice explores the visual representation of the maternal body and identity. I draw, I make, I mother, I am.

13SHEILA TILMOUTHWorking with the natural world through the mediums of painting, printmaking and photography.


Please see individual artists’ addresses

55SALLY BARKERMy sculpture, installation, video and performance looks at power and control in relation to nature & gender.

56JULIET BREESEI create animal sculptures and functional ceramics in high fired stoneware featuring dinosaurs, sharks, crows and other fascinating creatures.

57GINA B CLARKContemporary fused glass lighting, splash backs, mirrors, jewelllery and gifts. Commissions welcome

58ANNIE CONBOYI work with my psychic connections to channel my art from the Energy Beings around us.

59ROWAN DYKEWOODMany Moons Exhibition. Paintings inspired by the beauty of the Moon and the many colours of the sky, using real Gold and Silver leaf.

60CATHERINE ELGARWe make shirts and waistcoats in beautiful natural fabrics, based on patterns from 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Smocks and robes, nightshirts and chemises, also utility kilt.

61ALICE FISHERStitch, sew and story-tell. My work retells traditional stories – some mysterious, some tragic and some of love. From around the world narratives are drawn from the spoken word.

62JOSEPHINE GORNALLContemporary Fibre and mixed media. Vibrantly coloured, layered two dimensional and sculptural pieces. Some embedded with organic matter and photographs.

63DITTANY JANE DYLAN ‘Tomorrow’s World’ Installation. Prints, Pastels, Paintings in adjoining room.

64BILLIE KLINGERCeramic boots.

65KATE LYCETTI paint townscapes and landscapes using mixed media, stitching and gold leaf. Come and see prints, lanterns, cards and work in progress.

66PAUL MACA quirky mix of spontaneous scribbles and colourful characters by artist and illustrator Paul Mac. Greeting cards, framed miniatures and big canvases at affordable prices.

67SARAH MASONI take pictures and make short films about life, love and connections with a focus on natural light and a love of the outdoors.

68PAULA MAYLANDWatercolour paintings of local landscapes exploring the drama and subtlety of our world.

69JOHN NOBLE-MILNERMy background is biology, I make wildlife sculpture in bronze and pottery with a detailed, lifelike quality. 100% carbon neutral reflecting a deep concern for sustainability, conservation & the environment.

70HANNAH NUNNCome to my sunny studio and see my new range of decorative window films which complement my lamps, wallpapers and fabrics. And grab a bargain lamp in my seconds sale!

71JULIA OGDENVisit my bright studio for local landscape paintings with layered, blendedcolours and vibrant screen printed goods.

72JULIE ROSE CLARKI have recenlty been painting colourful abstract paintings in oil as well taking inspiration from some famous artists such as Van Gogh.

73NICOLA WHEELERI am a textile artist who makes vintage style wedding dresses as well as textile pictures, jewellery and art dolls.