The Wessex Guild of Craftsmen
The Guild exists to support and promote excellent standards of workmanship and design among craftsmen and women from Hampshire and adjoining counties.
Members sell their unique, handmade art and design through regular craft exhibitions and events across the region, including the popular Hampshire Open Studios.
The Guild is a group of friendly, likeminded, creative individuals who are keen to share their knowledge with one another and the general public, to ensure the highest quality is maintained and appreciated across a wide range of crafts.
Our next event
Sir Harold Hillier Gardens
See more events here.
Latest from the Guild blog
In this regular feature we speak to one of the members of the Wessex Guild to find out a bit more about them and their craft, techniques and inspirations. How did you start doing your craft? What inspired you? I started sewing at primary school. We all had a thick...
The Wessex Guild of Craftsmen is delighted to welcome new member Alison Nash, who specialises in creating mixed media mosaics. Alison uses traditional glass tiles, combined with beads, glass, stones, wood, metal, fossils and semi-precious stones to make her detailed...
Wessex Guild artists are keeping creative during lockdown. Chair, and creative textile artist, Sheila Barrow, has been making some new pieces. This framed piece was made from an old tablecloth (so ticking the recycled box). It features a base of a mixture of acrylic...