Hannah Nunn is a creator of paper cut lighting. Originally from Leeds she found great inspiration in the countryside when studying ‘Crafts’ at Carmarthen College in West Wales. Hannah lived in Laugharne for many years, raising two small children, sketching and drawing in the fields and woodland and gathering ideas. When her children were ready for school the family moved back north settling in Hebden Bridge.
Hannah launched her first collection of paper cut lamps at the British Craft Trade Fair in 2003 and since then her lamps can be found in many craft galleries around the country. She opened her shop, Radiance, in 2005 and moved to larger premises five years later and works from her studio nearby.
Forty five artists will be lining the corridors of Barton upon Humber’s The Ropewalk in early December for the traditional two day Christmas Art Market.
A mix of artists who have studios at the Maltkiln Road venue, those who took part in the Insight OIpen Studios weekends and others who have been selected will be selling hand-made gifts and crafts that are ideal for Christmas presents on December 2 and 3. Continue reading
Over 60 young people took part in this year’s half-term lantern making workshops and produced an array of Dr Who themed lanterns for the annual Christmas Parade on Saturday November 25.
Organised by ST-ART and sponsored by Barton Town Council the parade will start at The Ropewalk at 5pm. All welcome.