Here are some of the stockists where to 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 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?

Where to buy in stores

You can find a changing selection of work at the following outlets – Peacock Plant Nurseries at the new home on Heanor Gate Business Park – amazing plants too!  My old school friend Richard runs The Delicatessen at Allestree and has a selection of pieces – great food to go or a friendly place to visit and stay a while for cakes, breakfasts and fine coffee!   Or visit Memorable Events on Bath Street, Ilkeston – Mandy runs an events planning service and  beautiful gift shop selling a range of local and handmade gifts.

If you’re in Ilkeston, why not pay a visit to the award winning Erewash Musuem?  It’s just off the market place, and is a fabulous, family friendly local museum.  It even has a tea-room in the recently refurshed stables that offers a great selection of home made cakes and freshly made sandwiches at very acceptable prices.  There is sometimes a small range of items in the museum shop.

Cromford Art Gallery – where else would that be, apart from Cromford? This is owner and watercolour artist  Martin Sloman’s studio, as well as shop gallery.  It’s set in the delightful village of Cromford at the edge of the Peak District.  Cromford is a Derwent Valley Heritage Site; it is where Richard Arkwright established a water powered mill and is considered a significant part of the Industrial Revolution.  There’s plenty to do in there.  As well the art gallery, the original Arkwright Mill centre, don’t forget to visit Scarthin Books, amongst other places.

Buying Online

Work is sometimes available online. Dawn makes lots of samples when developing ideas; she 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 online shop by clicking here (NuMonday Store). If you don’t have (or don’t want to get) an NuMonday/Stripe account, please contact Dawn and she will be happy to arrange an alternative method of payment for you.

Dawn has now introduced gift vouchers.  You can redeem against products or classes, come in various denominations and you can buy in multiples.  Just alter the amount at the check out screen.  You don’t need to have Paypal, just check out as guest to use card payments.  Vouchers will be emailed to you so you can print at home, unless you ask us otherwise.  We can email direct to someone else or we can print and post for you; because of current restrictions due to Corona virus, there may be a few days delay.

Please note these gift vouchers can only be used directly, so they cannot be used in other shops or online.  The website does not  shopping cart facility at the moment, so if you see something you’d like to buy using a gift voucher you’ve received, please get in touch and tell us what it is you’d like and we can arrange to invoice you directly less the discount.

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