Images of Necessary Traditions 2018

David Simpson, demonstrating mandolin making
Louise Ayling’s shoe work on display
Louise Ayling, shoemaker
Nigel Cook, upholsterer
Anthea Madill, showing how to work with beeswax
Peter Greer, willow basket maker
Theona Ireton (Te Atihaunui, Tuhoe
Ngati Rangi), raranga or weaving harakeke
Richard Hare, traditional chair maker
Richard Hare
Tatyanna Meharry, ceramicist
Tatyanna Meharry’s collection of local resources for clay & glaze
Douglas Horrell, greenwood spoon carving
Arina Terekhova, plants dyes
Peter Clemett, woodturner
Peter Clemett using the pole lathe
The hand carved work of Alex Yerks
Alex Yerks, greenwood carver
Wood workers all in a row: Centre for Fine Woodworking, Peter Clemett, Alex Yerks,
Greg Quinn, Douglas Horrell & Richard Hare
The stunning Great Hall at Te Matatiki Toi Ora Arts Centre, Christchurch
Learning to block print with Kuva Zakheim
Learning to block print with Kuva Zakheim
Christchurch Guild of Spinners & Weavers
Christchurch Guild of Spinners & Weavers
Vita Cochran, rag rug making
Lou Clifton, shoe maker
Learning kintsugi, the ancient Japanese art of repairing ceramics with An Astute Assembly
Learning kintsugi, the ancient Japanese art of repairing ceramics with An Astute Assembly
Hilary Jean Tapper, doll making

All images by Charlie Rose