Fashion and décor firms ask Ardmore to design their latest ranges
What began in the mid 80s when Fee Halstead taught her first student has become a global business supporting a number of South African families.
The works from the Ardmore studio artists in KwaZulu-Natal have sold at Christies and Sotheby’s in London and to collectors from New York to Paris.
Fee’s definition of success is one that the Ardmore artists live out each day. To create a home for their children, to feed and educate them and pass these skills on to others so they can do the same.
In the age of 3D printing and robot manufacturing, some things, only human hands and an artistic mind can bring into this world.
When your wallpaper is an international best seller and French fashion houses are knocking on your door for designs… you might just be onto something!
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