Meet the makers
Adelas Art Studio is run by Andrea, a Spanish/French artist based in Dublin with a love of books and beverages, who has been selling her art for nearly 3 years online and at local markets. Her favourite medium is watercolour and she loves to try new and fun techniques not only with paint, but with tea, coffee and even wine to create her delicate paintings that are full of whimsy and character.
Andrea is also the talented artist who is creating a range of exclusive art prints for our Hogwarts House boxes - coming soon!
Celtic Fairy Collection are a small family run business, set up by Alan, Mary, & Keena in 2017 after winning a fairy house building competition in Carlingford.
Their creations stem from Irish Folklore and mythology. Their love of nature and wildlife is a huge part of their art and all of their creations are designed, hand-made and hand-painted by the family at home in Co. Cavan, Ireland. Each piece is original and collectible.; they create robots, fairy doors, fairy houses, sculptures, tributes, magnets, raggy dolls, colouring books and much more. They also offer commissions.
You can find out what the Celtic Fairy Collection are up to on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.
The Sailmaker's Daughter is the creative brand of Edana Gorham, a Dublin based artist & maker from Co. Louth.
With a wide range of crafting skills and interests Edana has formed The Sailmaker's Daughter as an eclectic, multifaceted brand. Here you'll find jewellery, embroidery, and painted creations threaded together with a shared aesthetic, redolent of natural history with a hint of something otherworldly.
Combining two of her great loves in life, art and animals, Caoimhe of Willow Wood Lane has created a range of high quality art prints from her original coloured pencil wildlife drawings. Available framed or unframed, these prints work beautifully as stand alone pieces or placed together to create a stunning feature wall perfect for a little one’s bedroom.
Jessica Ivy is a wildlife artist from West Cork, Ireland. Using charcoal and soft pastels, she paints scenes of wildlife in a prismatic dream world. Jessica’s artworks are designed to tell an animal’s story and to become part of your heart and home.
Follow Jessica Ivy on Instagram @jessica.ivy.art
Pear Shaped Studio by Fiona Foley
When life goes a little bit pear shaped
Working from her cottage near the Gearagh in Co. Cork, Fiona illustrates in her colourful, quirky and distinct style to create pieces for you and your home. Fiona’s ever growing collection of illustrations are inspired by well-known Irish sayings and traditions. Fiona also has a passion for children’s art, which captures the magic of a child’s imagination with her whimsical illustrations.
Rula Vamvakaris (RulaVam for short) is a Greek/Irish digital artist and illustrator based in Dublin. Her favourite subject to draw is animals, the fluffier the better! She endeavours to bring positivity to everyday life and to promote mental health and wellbeing through humour, bright colours, and intelligent silliness. Her artwork is available on cards, art prints, and other merchandise.
Literary Lip Balms combines books and beauty with a range of eco-friendly skincare. Founded by Vy, the idea for the business came about in 2015 when she read about perfumes and asked herself, “What would a fairytale smell like?” and down the rabbit hole she went. Based in Dublin, all of their skincare is made with only essential oils, extracts and absolutes. At Literary Lip Balms, they believe that natural scents can trigger emotions and memories in a way nothing else can. They also use recyclable and minimal packaging to reduce the environmental impact, and source local suppliers whenever possible.
Hattie is a glass artist and designer based in the countryside in Co. Monaghan. All of her work is made from a studio based home with each piece being unique due to the making process she uses. Other than glass work, Hattie is involved in local mental health services so they often includes aspects of mental health into her work.