Proud to have a display of Wireworks Studio at Chapel Crafts
Tara’s creations are breathtaking, the detail involved with each intricate piece is beyond comprehension.
Enjoy the pictures we have taken of Tara’s work but to truly appreciate these, you need to view them upclose.
We invite you to take a closer look and perhaps try your hand at wirework for yourself during a FREE Workshop Chapel Crafts Thursday the 8th of August, 7-9pm.
All children must be accompanied by a parent and refreshments will be provided.
Book early to avoid disappointment by calling Pammy on 01686640722 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and additional free class dates during August.
Situated amongst the woodlands of Powis Castle Estate, in the heart of the beautiful Welsh countryside, lies the Wireworks Studio. Founded by Tara Squibb who has lived here for the last twenty years and comes from a family of nature and art lovers, including her great grandfather Ernald James.
It is the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape that takes in age old woodlands, endless rolling hills and the Severn Valley, along with the wide range of flora and fauna that has inspired Wireworks studio
to create unique and intriguing reflections of nature.
Each piece is painstakingly bought alive with great attention to detail, taking many hours, days or weeks to reach completion.
Pieces may stand alone or some are mounted on card, stone or wood, these being finished with Tara’s own beeswax, further enhancing their appearance and ensuring they will last and grace any setting for many years to come.
All sculptures are unique and beautiful one-off pieces of art which will appeal to the collector and nature lovers alike and will make the perfect gift for all occasions.
Please contact Tara at Wireworks for prices and availability and she will happy to discuss your requirements if you are looking for something bespoke.
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