David and Sally Shaw-Smith have made nearly 60 films in their lifetime, traveling the length and breadth of Ireland to capture dying traditions.
One displaced painter explores the iconography of her new environments on and beyond the canvas.
“I believe you should have things that make you happy around you at all times, not just during the holidays or on special occasions.”
Travel back in time and and fall in love with the ancient European tradition of decorative spoon carving.
Delve into the deliciously dark obsessions and behaviours of 19th century London with artist Kitty Valentine.
Look twice and allow your mind to play tricks on you. An upcoming restrospective of one artist reveals the unsettling nature of photo collage.
Join us for a traditional Burns Supper filled with poetry and songs as we celebrate the man known as Scotland’s National Poet.
In a repurposed chocolate factory in the East End of London, Helen hones her craft through printing, sewing and sketching.
“My ambitions are to generate projects which test us as craftsmen, celebrate our materials and promote our skills.”
Heads-up! Mail entering the United States from around the world may be affected by postal delays. Learn what you can do as a seller.
Discover the insider’s guide to all things lovely and local in the UK, and enter the contest to win a mini-break in picturesque Devon!
“I see my work as a soup which I’m constantly adding to. It’s always evolving and will hopefully become tastier!”
Next week, an envoy of eager Etsy Admin will be in Europe for meetings. While there, they will play host to three international-focused meet ups.
“Moving to London allowed me to reinvent myself. I’m guided by the philosophy, ‘The most important thing is that you like what you do.’”
“I’ve always known that this is exactly what I want to be doing, and had already been doing — making images to tell stories and explain ideas.”