Bluecoat Display Centre: Jessica Geach (Ruby Cubes) GNCCF 2018 selection

Bluecoat Display Centre: Jessica Geach (Ruby Cubes) GNCCF 2018 selection
Bluecoat Display Centre: Jessica Geach (Ruby Cubes) GNCCF 2018 selection

Venue: Bluecoat Display Centre
Dates: 01/06/2019 - 30/06/2019
Times: All Day

Jessica Geach (Ruby Cubes) GNCCF 2018 selection / Saturday 1st June 2019 – Sunday 30th June 2019

Jessica Geach (also known as Ruby Cubes), was selected for this spotlight exhibition from a range of makers who exhibited at Great Northern Contemporary Craft Fair 2018. Her work was selected by the judging panel due to its originality and Jessica’s skill in making.

Held Together By Thread…

All of the products you’ll find on Ruby Cubes are handmade by myself. I take inspiration from the World around me & translate this into my work. My collections are a mood board of things that inspire me, I hope that in turn, the things I sell will inspire & project creativity onto my customers.

I currently have two main collections:

Function & Form homewares – this is my main collection of goods made for the home & focuses on affordable design that everybody can love & use. These are the pieces that I take to events regularly and are always available in the shop. I am constantly adding to the colours & shapes of this collection so do check back regularly to see what’s new.

Art & Sculpture – this is the experimental section. I am constantly pushing myself as a designer & artist. This collection is made up of pieces that I have made whilst exploring the boundaries of what is possible with the rope. I am currently creating a series of larger baskets that explore a more organic & freeform shape. If you are interested in learning more about this collection or even exhibiting pieces from this collection I would be glad to hear from you.

A note about materials….

I love our planet, so I strive to use natural materials that will not do long lasting damage. I use unbleached rope which is significantly better for the farmers and the environment than bleached varieties. I also work with a new fabric called Piñatex® which is 100% sustainable and cruelty free. The textile paints I work with are also an eco variety that are non toxic and sourced from Cornwall. I work to my own minimum waste policy – one day I hope to be zero waste so I always have this in mind when making business decisions.