New artistic additions to the creative community at Heartlands
Heartlands has added a floral touch to its growing number of creative studios which surround the Totem Circle at Heartlands.
Floral Fancies, owned by Sharon Grant has arrived in the Artist’s Muse and brought with it a wave of colour supplying locally supplied bunches, scented plants and a myriad of stunning hair accessories.
Able to supply flowers for weddings and events, Floral Fancies will add to the wedding offer already available at Heartlands, with soon-to-be married couples able to register their marriage at Camborne Registry Office based on site, make their own rings at Stedman Fielder Jewellery, purchase hand-made confetti from RelaxAhh and then have the ceremony and reception in the Chi an Bobel Great Hall or even in Robinson’s Engine House.
Another addition to the creative studios is Gallery Artisan, an art collective including ceramicist Penny Tucker, photographer Peter Sutton, mirror art specialist, Ron Fairfield and painters Neil Christmas and Murray Tyers.
Gallery Artisan and Floral Fancies have joined an already popular group of creative outlets at Heartlands. Other businesses include:
Jean’s Hearts and Crafts: who provide drop-in workshops with porcelain and wind chime painting, face-painting as well as a beautiful mix of art and crafts to buy
Stedman Fielder Jewellery: who give customers the chance to design and make their own jewellery, as well as showcasing the latest UK wide contemporary designers work.
Four Seven Collective: a collective of artists offering art, paintings, print making, photography, ceramics, glass, jewellery and much more.
Gwer Den Studio: provides quality refurbished and painted furniture following the latest trends in rustic, shabby chic and retro furniture. Workshops also available.
RelaxAhh: Cornish Company selling top quality handcrafted soaps, massage oils, bath salts and more using natural ingredients, and 100% pure essential oils. Drop-in workshops every day.
Surf Action: a community interest company and non-profit organisation whose core purpose is to support combat veterans, especially amputees and veterans who experience Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) through surfing, art and associated support. Surf Action have both an office and gallery on site where visitors can discover more about their important work.
As well as the creative studios, Heartlands is home to a number of offices including the Camborne Registry Office, School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) and SW1 Productions (music promotion).
Vicky Martin, Chief Executive at Heartlands said:
“We are delighted to have such an exciting mix of creative studios at Heartlands and I’m very pleased to have Floral Fancies and Gallery Artisan on board. As we gear up for our fist summer season here, it’s great to be able to offer visitors such an eclectic mix of products and workshops.”
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