Bee is an artist and teacher, living in Mancot where she has a studio in the garden. She works with glass in the morning and fibre in the afternoon. Glass techniques include Fusing, Tiffany-style soldering and Stained Glass Windows. Fibre techniques include hand weaving on a variety of looms ranging from those that fit in the palm of your hand to those which she has to sit inside.
Both glass and fibre are inspired by the colours, textures and light she can see from her studio window.
What to expect:
Chat with Bee about her inspirations and techniques while perusing the wide range of glass and woven gifts.
Mini workshops in both glass and weaving during Helfa Gelf.
Tea, coffee and cake.
The studio is open 14/15 and 21/22 September for Helfa Gelf and the additional weekend of 28/29 September (11.00am-4.00pm)
The Clink is the old village police station and is the last house in Mancot as you go up towards Hawarden.
Banks Lane is off the middle road through Mancot, Ash Lane, between the old maternity hospital at the bottom and the cemetery at the top.
The Clink is walking distance from the cafe within Gladstone’s Library in Hawarden.
I can thoroughly recommend the Afternoon Tea.