- 14 Apr 2014 9:04 AM
Folk art, traditional culture, modern design with the latest trends were all there this weekend, with some traditional food and beverage to help soak in the atmosphere.
The fair highlights the work of craftsmen, how they found their way back to traditional artifacts and discovered new uses for handcraft. In other words, it is as much about the people as the goods they make.
This was in evidence on Sunday. There was a pottery competition where the craftsmen took on one another. This included the smallest and the largest objects made on a wheel. As always, it looks much easier when someone else does it. At the end, the audience had the easy, or not so, task of picking the winners.
Words and photos by Russell Skidmore for XpatLoop.com
After an extensive career in advertising - as an Art Director & Creative Director in London, Paris and Budapest for leading agencies - Russel transferred the skills and knowledge gained to the development of his own successful company covering wedding, event, PR and portrait photography: www.russell-skidmore-photography.co.uk