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Stone Row Artisans is a collective of talented designer-makers and artisans from the Causeway Coast. They are based in their shop at 2-6 Stone Row in Coleraine, currently home to 10 resident artists as well as stocking work from an additional 50 artists and artisanal producers from across Northern Ireland.
The resident artists include: former archaeologist Emma Thorpe from Atlantic Rose, who uses the ancient techniques of chainmail and Viking knitting, alongside sand casting and hand forging, to produce beautiful and unique pieces of jewellery; Jennifer McCullough runs the furniture upcycling business UPainted, transforming tired or plain furniture into bespoke pieces. At the same time, Claire McDowell from Bad Bird is a wildlife artist who produces finely detailed illustrations and sculptures created from Merino, Lancashire and Shetland, polymer clay and resin, incorporating salvaged and vintage items.
Vivien Kennedy sells sustainable fashion curated vintage and pre-owned clothing in Cercle Boutique, while Tonia Kennedy from Clearly Creative creates distinctive pieces in fused glass. Eoin McConnell is a photographer specialising in capturing the stunning landscape of the North Coast on film. Sara Mackay, a floral artist from Portrush, creates the most mesmerising floral landscapes inspired by the North Coast.
Finally, Heather McFarlane of Purple Heather, designs and makes beautiful lampshades, soft furnishings and upholstered items using a wide range of eyecatching and unusual fabrics and Graham Watts has built award-winning coffee roastery Causeway Coffee, which is based in Ballymoney.