Earth, Air and Art Online Fair: 12th-14th November 2021

I am delighted to invite you to join me between Friday 12th November – Sunday 14th November 2021, for a whole weekend of nature inspired art, crafts and entertainment. The Earth, Air and Art fair has been created by a small group of passionate nature inspired artists and creators to celebrate and share with you our love of the natural world and wildlife, whilst raising money for the incredible work of the Save Me Trust.

The fair will run in the Facebook event page discussion, please go here: so keep an eye out for a timetable of events and information about what is for sale and how to buy on Friday 12th November. Then stay tuned all weekend so you don’t miss a thing. (If you click interested or register as going you can get notifications when we post.) There will be educational talks, opportunities to craft along and videos from the artists and experts, so it is guaranteed to be a fun event to follow. And of course don’t forget to buy loads of lovely wildlife and nature inspired goodies, and help do your bit to protect wildlife in the process. It’s always nice when gifts give twice.

All the artists and creators have committed to donating 10% of the purchase price (not some obscure profit promise, but a tangible amount that you will know before you purchase any of the items) of all items sold during the fair to the Save Me Trust (in my case this donation is in addition to the 20% I already donate to various other charities), so purchasing from me this weekend means 30% of the purchase price will be donated to conservation charities, so it’s a great time to invest in some art and have a bigger impact on supporting nature!!

We have all signed up to the Work For Good scheme – who will be administering the donations. We have pledged that the money will all be donated to the charity within 48hrs of the end of the fair, so you can purchase with confidence knowing that your donation will immediately be available to the charity to help them with their incredible work.

Meet the artists:

Beneath the Badger Tree

Jane makes the most adorable little wildlife friends, I have ever come across. They are available as stand alone figurines and also cleverly crafted into jewellery and even bookmarks.

Jane will also be running a class, where you will be able to clay along with her and make your very own fun banded snail from polymer clay. If you would like to take part you need to purchase/source the below materials in advance:

  • a starter pack of polymer clay
  • a surface to work on (an old plate or baking tray will do it, but a ceramic tile is ideal)
  • a cocktail stick
  • a craft knife or old kitchen knife
  • something to bake it on (you can bake on a tile if you use one)Please note that once used with polymer clay, equipment CANNOT be used with food again.
  • And for the gift box: an old greetings card, a ruler, a pen or pencil, scissors, tape, ribbon for hanging (optional).

You can find out all the details by visiting the Facebook Event Page:

Made By Me Crafts:

Michelle is an incredible artist and crafter. She makes all sorts of wonderful nature inspired bits, that are perfect for gifts, from felted animals, clay models and painted pebbles to beautiful art works, a visit to her page and shop is always a joy.

Helen Sibson Art

Helen is an illustrator who creates the most beautiful and vibrant designs all inspired by nature. She has lovely items available featuring her colourful designs from beautiful cards and stationary to mugs and bags and original artworks too.

Sarah Brabbin Art

Sarah makes the most divine wildlife inspired ceramic sculptures. The forms and colours are breathtaking and would make an exceptional gift for any nature lover (although you may not actually want to give them away).

The Rural Mum

Emily makes the most exquisite little butterfly models, for the fair she has created a beautiful collection honouring all our amazing British butterflies. They are perfect in every way and would be an utterly delightful little gift.

Sandra Vick

Sandra is an amazing artist and has an incredible range of beautiful products, including mugs, bags and other household items featuring her very distinct black and white minimalist bird designs (you may well have seen them in the past and not realised it was Sandra’s work). Definitely a lot of options to tick off some christmas shopping, whilst supporting the Save me Trust when you head to Sandra’s website.

Lucy Loves

Lucy makes gorgeous home decor, key rings and bookmarks! She even has Christmas bunting and decoration made with wooden shapes which she has decorated beautifully.

Fiona MacKay Photography

Then obviously me, with my nature inspired limited edition artworks and original wildlife photographs. Which make wonderful gifts and are a great investment for anyone wanting to have inspiring art that celebrates some of the world’s most exceptional animals to bring them joy in their home for years to come.

There will also be talks and activities from the following:

Amazing Grace the Hedgehog –

My Wildlife Year –

Victoria Hillman –

British Wildlife Tales –

About the Save Me Trust.

The Save Me Trust is an animal welfare organisation that exists to proactively protect wild animals through campaigns and collaboration. 

Save Me was established by Anne Brummer and Brian May in 2009 to campaign against the possible repeal of the Hunting Act in the UK. Working to end fox hunting is still one of the organisation’s primary aims alongside ending the badger cull.

Save Me specialises in collaborating with experts and actively working to find effective solutions based on science and common sense.

Save Me Campaigns include:-

      –  Saving Britain’s Hedgehogs

      –  Wildlife and Construction 

      –  Protecting Wildlife Habitats 

Save Me operates alongside Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue ( ) which cares for and rehabilitates injured wildlife, inspiring campaigns such as Amazing Grace (

Save Me works to ensure that the wildlife saved by Harper Asprey have appropriate protection and environments to thrive in.

10% from all the sales made by the artists and creatives over the weekend will be donated to the Save Me Trust via the Work For Good Scheme to help them continue their fight for a better future for wildlife. Thank you so much for joining us for the weekend.

Please head to the Facebook Event Page to join in with everything going on and make sure to visit the artists and creators taking part.

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