Listed below are some of the news stories that Deborah Hewertson-Tisdall and Dancing Peacock have been associated with recently:
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The Art of Monarchy (Lancashire Life) May 2012
Deborah created a piece for Thornthwaite Gallery's Jubilee exhibition. A photo of Deb and her work is included in this article in Lancashire Life.
Some visitor comments on her piece were: "The Queen will not have anything remotely like this", "excellent", "good becuase it is different" and "something original".
Dancing Peacock was invited to be part of Trade in Action (an Enterprise in Action Initiative) Nov 2010
Trade in Action was an initiative that aimed to provide an ethical trading platform for businesses around the world. Dancing Peacock was selected to represent Cumbrian craftspeople.
Dancing Peacock was showcased at three retail Christmas fairs (Carlilse, Edinburgh and North Shields) on the Trade in Action stall, showing our dichroic glass jewellery, clocks and pictures.
The Crown Court House Restaurant commissions four dichroic glass panels from Dancing Peacock
The Crown Court House Restaurant has displayed four very colourful glass panels which Deb made, by special commission - each 34cm square.
They are descriptive of the restaurant and the fine Victorian building, which used to be the Crown Court and still has the cells, now used as toilets!
Cumberland and Westmorland Herald
"Glass proves perfect medium for a colour-loving artist"
7 July 2010
Click here to download a copy of this article (Courtesy of Cumberland and Westmorland Herald) (PDF file)
Photo used by courtesy of Derek Horn Photography
features Dancing Peacock's new
Jewels for the
Click here to download a copy of this article (courtesy of Cumbria Life) (PDF file)
Modern Art Inspired by the Past
WHEN jewellery designer Deborah Hewertson-Tisdall was asked to choose an object on display at Carlisle’s Tullie House to use as a theme for a new collection of glass pieces, a Roman bowl caught her eye...
Deborah's Jewel Personality
Cumberland News website - 8 August 2008
Deborah Hewertson-Tisdall’s life is dominated by colour. At her home there is no grey or black to be seen – indoors, in her garden, workshop, or even on her person... Read more