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ScribblyRoo is an illustrator and jewellery maker living in the rural parish of Alburgh, Norfolk. Amongst Scribbly’s diverse work you can expect to find all sorts of oddities, from laser cut octopus earrings to mixed media paintings of her gothic fairytale ‘The Crowman’. Her work is inspired by the woodlands by her studio and the wildlife often seen tiptoeing across her garden lawn. Pheasants, deer, foxes and rabbits are all frequent visitors, and crop up in both her paintings and jewellery. Scribbly is also influenced by the Norfolk coastline and a lot of the history, folklore and mythology that is born out of the sea. Fairytales and mysterious narratives creep around the edges of all of her creations.

Scribblyroo artwork sample
Scribblyroo artwork sample
Scribblyroo jewellery sample
Laser cut tree necklace
Scribblyroo jwellery sample
laser cut fox necklace
Scribblyroo jewellery sample
Scribblyroo artwork sample

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An opportunity to learn new skills

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At 21 St Nicholas Street, Diss IP22 4LB

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The members of designermakers21 offer a variety of workshops. Come and learn new skills from professional crafts people.

Workshops offered in the studios by members –

Printmaking – Annette Rolston & Mike Fenton
Feltmaking – Janine Oxley
Mosaics – Joy Holden
Jewellery – Kate Heath
Sewing and upcycling – Marie Hamilton
Freestyle Saori weaving – The Saori Shed
Theatre crafts – Christopher Holden
Stained glass – Hunnybunny Glass
Basic skills with hand tools – David Whatley

The Upstairs workshop and exhibition space hosts a rotating calender of events by external practioners