Here are some of the stockists where you buy Dawn’s work. Each gallery has different products, as each of Dawn’s pieces are unique. Prices range from £20 to £150+, so there is something for everyone. Each shop has it’s own individual style, some are primarily art galleries, whilst others offer a range of fine art & crafts, and items suitable for gifts. Often working primarily with local artists and makers, all of them work hard to ensure that their ranges are hand-made, often unique, and not imported. If you’re in the area, why not check some of these places out?
Studio 61 at Holloway, near Matlock on the edge of the Peak District has stunning views and four rooms of delights. When you visit, you can grab a cuppa, and have a chat with gallery owner, Karina who can often be found painting her next masterpiece, usually and landmark or a seascape, whilst being kept company by her faithful friend, Bruno the gallery dog.
Gallery 23 at Staleybridge was set up by an artist and photographer Christine & Peter, four years ago. Specialising in fine art, photography and ceramics, this gallery can offer specialist advice, tuition and a framing service.
Emporium Gallery in the historic town of Lichfield; run by two lovely ladies, this gallery on Bird Street is well worth a visit for a range of beautiful and interesting work. Whilst you’re in Lichfield, take the short walk to the cathedral, with it’s amazing stained glass and the Staffordshire Hoard (and the lovely Erasmus Darwin garden nearby, a mini oasis); there are plenty of shops and eateries around the town, you should make a day of it!
The delightful and talented Jenny Creasey now stocks Dawn’s work over in the Itch Gallery in Oakham, Rutland another town worthy of sparing a few hours to vist. Jenny recently moved her gallery to a new, bigger location, on Mill St – still in the heart of the town, so she can now show even more lovely work.
Work is sometimes available online. Dawn makes lots of samples when developing ideas and also like to use up offcuts of glass to reduce waste, suitable for smaller sized pieces. This is also a great way of showing the type of work that you can make at the glass fusing workshops. You can go through to the Etsy Shop by clicking here (Etsy Shop). If you don’t have (or don’t want to get) an Etsy account, please contact Dawn and she will be happy to arrange an alternative method of payment for you.