September Events - Made in Norfolk

It's nearly September and there are a couple of exciting events MyriadLifePhotoArt will be attending to show their images on wood.  First up is Made in Norfolk on Saturday 17th September which takes place in the magnificent surroundings of Norwich Castle.  This is a free entry event and you will be in for a real treat!  Lots of talented local makers in one unique venue, a wonderful way to support local indie businesses while treating yourself or picking up a special gift.

You may think September is a little early to be thinking of Christmas already but time soon flies by and craft fairs such as this don't often come along.  Last year's event was super successful with customers excited and delighted to find such a variety of top quality items with which to get their gift buying started.

As well as our collection of images on wood, we will have more traditionally mounted photo prints and a range of greeting cards all with local scenes, wildlife, nature, coast, city and countryside.

A collection of images are already available via the Castle shop so next time you are there please go take a look!

The fabulous Cushion Cottage will be in attendance, Sally has a mouthwatering collection of beautiful textiles including cushions (of course!), stationery, home accessories, memo boards and much much more... take a look at her website by clicking on the link above, then you can contact her if you would like something specific. 

There will also be jewellery, ceramics, knits and arty offerings - don't miss it!


On Saturday 24th September come find the MyriadLifePhotoArt stall at Fakenham Makers Market, this event takes place in Oak Street Parish Church in Fakenham and again you will find a collection of talented local makers such as Debbie Osborne's super colourful artworks available in mounts, on textiles, a collection of cards, notebooks and colouring wall hangings and colouring books.  


Avocet Lace create intricate handkerchiefs, paperweights, book marks and other items in the unique and ancient way of lacemaking.  You are sure to marvel at their skill and eyesight, I know I do!  Their items are beautiful and timeless pieces of truly special craftwork.


These are just two of the excellent makers to discover there, you will also find woodturners, ceramics, artists, jewellery and glassmakers but visit the website by clicking on the link above to see more.


If you can't make it to either of these events, you can of course purchase from this website or look out for more events to visit in October and beyond..  We look forward to meeting you!