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Siop//Shop

Tŷ Pawb’s retail gallery showcasing and creating art and design.

Our aim at Siop//Shop is to introduce a wider world of art and design to our audience.

We are a platform for community led design projects including our own socially engaged programme, the Designer Maker Project. We support other social enterprise makers like Jolt, Art House Unlimited and Granby Workshop.

Our Makers Showcase provides a platform for emerging and established artists from Wales, and beyond alongside a curated selection of products: bespoke jewellery, textiles, ceramics, prints and homeware. We stock an eclectic mix of books, magazines and wide selection of artist and design led greeting cards.

Siop//Shop forms one third of Tŷ Pawb’s programme structure and is itself a vehicle for programme delivery.

We are part of the community of traders within Tŷ Pawb. Siop//Shop’s programme operates as a unique living research model into the coexistance of arts and markets within one broad cultural offer.

Everything at siop//shop is chosen to complement all the things that Tŷ Pawb represents in friendly environment.

Contact Siop//Shop
01978 292 144 // siopshop@wrexham.gov.uk

Tŷ Pawb Maker's Showcase

Kirsti Hannah Brown

Kirsti’s hand-built stoneware ceramics are inspired by her love of Western Celtic shorelines and the sea. The small necks and shoulders of her slab bottles are created using thinly rolled clay, giving the work a figurative human shape that stems from Kirsti’s “fascination with how man has used the landscape around him.” Bowls and vessels employ a different method of construction whereby ‘worms’ of clay are pinched, coiled and smoothed over to offer the impression of washed stones and shells. To evoke the colours of the sea, each piece is decorated in her Hawarden based studio using a mixture of turquoise, copper and white glazes, while earthy shades are fashioned through a variety of clays.

Kirsti Hannah Brown is a member of Makers Guild Wales.

Maud Goldberg

Placing people and the architecture of our environment, natural and urban, at the heart of contemporary art craft and design, Maud Goldberg has designed a range of products which have been manufactured by a range of practitioners and feature braille motifs that are translations of colour fields.

Initially conceived for an Arts Council Funded commission, the ‘Sense of Place’ project hosted workshops that embraced difference and diversity.

Rachel Holian 

Rachel’s installations of wheel thrown miniature porcelain vessels and stamps explore relationships and meaning. Each collection is grouped in a specific way to give meaning to a particular grouping. This arrangement is personal to Rachel but should have a resonance with the audience that will grow and develop meaning over time. The installations are treasured items intended to bring joy and invoke memories.

Rachel has worked with porcelain since graduating from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2005. After completing her Masters in ceramics in 2018, Rachel has been producing wheel thrown vessels which explore the importance of the decorative arts.

Rachel has recently been admitted to the prestigious Craft Potters Association of GB

Designer Maker

Designer Maker
The Designer Maker project is Tŷ Pawb’s social enterprise; a collaboration with participants from local charities and designer Tim Denton

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