My work explores the dynamics of glass and its metamorphosis in form and state as it passes through varying environments during the making process. Vibrant, contemporary blown and lampworked glass incorporating various specialist techniques. Sculptural and functional lighting and tableware and ranges of lampworked glass and silver jewellery.
The Heathergems Visitor Centre and Factory Outlet Shop is in Pitlochry, Perthshire, Scotland, UK.
Visit us to see how Heathergems are hand made by skilled craftsmen from Natural Scottish Heather in our Visitor Centre viewing galleries and watch how we make this unique Scottish Jewellery and Celtic Silver Gifts.
In our extensive Factory Outlet Shop we have a wide range of Heathergems on sale in many different styles and colours to appeal to all ages. We are the ONLY manufacturers of this unique Jewellery in the world.
You can see the whole story here and take home a unique Scottish souvenir with you.
We look forward to seeing in beautiful Pitlochry!
HeavenlyFelt designs unique accessories and home decorations made from 100% wool felt. Each one is carefully and lovingly handstitched.
We live on the Isle of Lewis and have been handcrafting for many years, now offering a wide range of goods to suit all tastes.
Lampwork glass jewellery, handmade glass beads, and lampwork lessons, based in Edinburgh.
Darcys soft furnishings and accessories are inspired by Victoriana, scrapbooks and vintage textile collections. Fashion pieces are integrated into the Soft furnishing collection, making Darcys collections truly unique.
Traditional printed Textile techniques are used to make dynamic contemporary designs with a quirky period flavour.
Beautiful Scenic Photographs of the Scottish Highlands and Islands. Available in photos, greetings cards, postcards, canvases, jigsaw puzzles and many more items. All photographs taken by the artist.
I produce driftwood mirrors and blackboards, each individual and unique. Framed fine art photography, large and small darkroom prints featuring detail and texture and colour.
Helen produces unique ceramic figures, whimsical and dreamlike in their use of facial expression, body language and occasional narrative in wall sconces, candlesticks, bowls, boxes and decorative pieces.
She is inspired by Victorian Staffordshire figures, Mexican and North American folk art. All the work is handmodelled in earthenware clay with underglaze decoration and transparent matt and satin glazes and gold leaf.
With a background in Public Art, Ceramics and Community Arts Helen combines these elements in her business to create site specific Mosaic, Ceramic wall pieces and Community projects.