Faire is a new, independent magazine available quarterly. Each issue will be filled with considered, intimate, meaningful stories that bring you inside artists homes and creative spaces. To share stories of slowing down, creating with intention, community and collaboration, examining the twists and turns of creative lives and how to finally find your voice.
Faire issue Five, "Stories", explores the rich and fantastic world of British Storyteller Ruth Steadman through her "Stories of Salt & Starlight". We also travel across the world to discover the stories of 15 creative talent, from Sophia Mann's old Parisian farmhouse studio where she sculpts organic, bespoke jewellery, to Sarah Rennison Gwynne-Harris' female-led luxury bag workshop in a late 19th-century shoe factory in the village of Lloseta, Mallorca, and many, many more.
Issue One features stories about American fiber artist Trish Andersen (On Cover), Italian photographer & ceramicist Zaira Zarotti, American fashion designer Christine Alcalay, French hatmaker Jon Cha of Agave Road Hats, French artist Lydia Rump, and Canadian artist & creative mentor Kim Klassen, amounst many others.
Issue Two features 18 of the world's foremost talent in craft, creative and fine art, such as Linda Lomelino & My Feldt (On Cover); Philippa Stanton; Emma Cassi; Domino Whisker; Adriana Meunie and Jaume Roig; Nathalie Lété and Angele Fougeriol; Chris Bramble and Freya Bramble-Carter; La Maison du Pastel; Marie Varenne, Emiko Davies and Kingsley Walters.
Issue Three explores the mediums of fibers (embroidery and textile design); fine art (painting, printmaking, sculpture); craft (jewellery making, ceramics, woodworking), cooking (recipe development and food photography), creative entrepreneurship and heritage savoir-faire.
Issue Four is the most recent issue of Faire Magazine and explores a number of different mediums. The artists live and work in some of the most beautiful corners of the earth. We explore a heritage weaving atelier in the Mourne Mountains in Northern Ireland, an award-winning female chefs home tucked away in a Swedish forest, a celebrated Parisian art store, a historical Black dance hall in Mississippi, the Daylesford kitchen of Australia’s foremost expert on fermentation, and so much more.
This magazine is in English.
Printed in Germany // 144 Pages // soft cover
Paper FSC certified // vegetable ink
Published by Ruth Ribeaucourt, The French Muse.