Below is information about the hand-picked artists pitching up on Worthy Farm this summer. Not all stalls will be on-site everyday.
Alce Harfield – Colour to Lift the Soul
Local Shepton Mallet artist, Alce Harfield’s wares include her gloriously evocative acrylics of Glastonbury Festival and other atmospheric prints and canvases, mugs, calendars and jigsaws, all cleverly flooded with colour and spontaneity.
Spotted Cow Creations
These locally made, beautifully crafted – and celebrity-approved (Fearne Cotton and Marina Diamandis are both fans) – silk flower garlands, fairy wings and tutus are the stuff of childhood dreams. You’ll also find a super cute selection of bunny bags, fox bags and hand puppets from Jomanda.
Pot On Pottery
Earthy pieces of tactile, hand made pottery.
Facets of Avalon
These creative and unique jewellery pieces, collars and small sculptures are all intricately made with knitted copper wire in mother and daughter team, Jan and Rachel’s, Glastonbury studio.
Environmentally-minded artists, Terri and Tim Winfield, take up-cycling to masterful levels with their gorgeous inspired jewellery made from recycled coins and cutlery. They also produce prints and original artwork with an ecological theme.
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Matt Calder’s evocative and tactile woodwork and hand-thrown ceramics take inspiration from nature and the power of natural erosion to reveal new forms. Here you’ll find some of his engaging wooden sculptures, vases and bowls – hand-crafted from English hardwoods – as well as his functional kitchenware and pottery.
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Mild West Heroes
Jude and Mark hand-print ethically produced and organic cotton t-shirts with unique designs by independent artists. This environmentally-minded duo only use the most eco-friendly inks available and the wittiest local designers, street artist and doodlers they know.
Love Somerset Online
Love Somerset Online usually operates as an online gift shop full of exclusive products, unique Somerset collaborations, and curated items from designers and artists from across the county. Selling everything from hand-drawn cards and unique prints to quirky t-shirts, mugs, candles and jewellery, each celebrating Somerset, with 20 percent of all profits supporting Somerset charities.
Let the folks at home know you’re thinking about them with a postcard from this Festival mainstay.
Moat House are an environmentally conscious Devon-based company who make hand-crafted leather goods, and sunglasses from repurposed hardwood. With six different styles to choose from – and a myriad of lens options – Moat House make moving away from plastic a sartorial pleasure.