Planning ahead for Christmas

'Tis not quite the season yet but...


I'm sorry, I know it still feels too early to be talking about Christmas but I have to plan ahead as I get very busy, and this year is no exception. My commission list is filling up, so if you are thinking of requesting one in time for Christmas, please do get in touch soon.  


Someone's not impressed with the Christmas talk already!

Someone's not impressed with the Christmas talk already!

I'll be taking part in two Christmas Fairs this year, showing a range of new work, prints, cards, chine and cushions. I'd love to meet you, so come along and say hi. 

Doxford Barns - 11th December, Doxford Farm, Alnwick
Living North - 1st to 4th December, Newcastle Race Course

New Items For Sale:

I have a new range of cushions, mugs, cards and prints as well as my originals, with prices for all budgets. So, for the animal lovers in your life, find the perfect gift. Save yourself some stress by getting organised, you can buy online and get it delivered straight to your door. 

Other News:

Capella Interiors is top end art gallery and interiors shop in Settle, North Yorkshire. They have a selection of my original work and limited edition prints. If you are nearby, pop in and have a look, they have lovely shop displays that show off my work beautifully. 

Northumbrian Tweed Company also stock my bone chain mugs and cushions. 

I was commissioned by the Moorland Mousie Trust this year to create two christmas card designs. All proceeds go to the charity, which promotes and protects the endangered rare-breed Exmoor pony. If you want to support this wonderful, small charity run business, you can buy the cards through the Moorland Mousie Trust online shop from the end of October.

I have also been working alongside The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution, a welfare charity which helps to change lives for the better by supporting farming people of all ages. One of my designs is featured in their Christmas card pack. You can find out how to buy from the RABI Northumberland website.

Emma George