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Made at The Chocolate Factory
Celebrating talent and industriousness, Made at the Chocolate Factory is a shining example of the sheer variety thatís possible when the two combine. Although many Chocolate Factory artists are self-employed and create purely for the love of doing so; many have so much to offer beyond their usual pursuits of painting and drawing. Whether bespoke furniture, or accessories, or lighting, or websites, or literature: The Chocolate Factory is a place where things are created. Everything you see in this collection was made or composed right here at the studios, and, even if the piece that interests you is not for sale, you can commission something equally beautiful by contacting the artist directly. Even if not offering commission work, many of these practitioners hold workshops where you or someone you know could learn the skills that make the wonderful artworks you see around you possible.

The artists, creative†practitioners†and creative companies taking part include:

Goodwin & Goodwin
Sadie Lee
Amy May Morris
Laura Smith
Prodigy Management
Sam Boffey
Sam Neal
Steven Gregory
Ruma Nowaz
Richard Peacock
Lara Harwood
Lea Yehud
Michele Del Campo
Kielle 'Lucky' Rutland
Cabaret by Sali
Yana Stajno
Stella Polaris
Meeco London
Claudia Clare

Made at the Chocolate Factory - exhibition runs from†Monday 8th November until†31st December 2015 at†Karamel, 4 Coburg Road, London N22 6UJ.

The Chocolate Factories in Wood Green, London N22, are a landmark development and hub of excellence for the creative industries in the UK.

The project started in 1996 when Collage Arts, an arts development agency, moved into the Chocolate Factory on Clarendon Road and converted several derelict floors of the Factory into artist studios.

What followed was a high demand for creative space and in 2002, Collage Arts renovated Chocolate Factory 2 on Coburg Road, next door.

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