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Zebediahs Makers Collective is an artists co-operative based in Launceston, the ancient capital of Cornwall, which is still dominated by its Norman castle.


We are a diverse bunch, and you may expect to find a range of work in our shop that includes fine art, prints, ceramics, jewellery, mosaics, textiles and greeting cards. Our artists and crafters are however united by an ethos of recycling and reusing. We have breathed new life into junk furniture for shop fittings, and many of our makers use recycled materials in their work.


The opening of Zebediahs has taken the gallery full circle - the building was once the Tamar Art Gallery. To find out more about the history of the gallery click here:  

Artist on site
Original Artists

Some of the Zebediahs team on our opening day, with the illustrator John Lawrence, the deputy mayor and town crier

'Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.'
Pablo Picasso


Jewellery at their bench

Jules and her helper doing their silversmith magic

Allana Hansell out and about

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