What started as a hobby for Damien has now, with the support of his partner Jo, become a thriving small business. They began selling artwork in 2013, at local Farmers markets and fairs in Essex and Suffolk and they continue to do this, as they enjoy the contact and interaction with people, many of whom have become returning customers.

People appreciate the time, skills, and quality of the artwork, as well as the individuality of each piece. Commissions are taken, and often these prove to be a step towards new and more challenging projects, which they both really enjoy and rise to.

“Remembering 1916 – Life on the Western Front”
In 2016 Damien and Jo were commissioned to make 251 Poppies, 6 Cornflowers and 6 Forget-me-nots, for an exhibition at Whitgift School in Croydon, Surrey. Each Poppy representing a former student or teacher who lost their lives in the first World War. It was a privilege to be part of such an exceptional and memorable exhibition.

Hopefully you will find something you like, to enhance your living environment or give as a gift to someone special, but if you have an idea of your own, please contact Damien or Jo to discuss further. Colours and designs can be altered to meet your personal taste. They will enjoy creating your artwork, as much as you will enjoy choosing and owning it.

As each piece is individual and handmade you may appreciate the time  and care needed to create them. Please allow at least 4 weeks for your order to be ready for collection or delivery.