I am a maker primarily working with the domestic environment.
Creating two and three dimensional, functional and non-functional pieces my work is based around domestic craft and vintage objects and interiors. Modernisation, change and reproduction inspire me to create work that present a narrative for our domestic past.
Contemporary Art Gallery showing Fine Art and Craft. Art Workshops and Classes for Adults. Life Drawing. Children’s Art Club. Coffee, Tea and Home Bakes. Available for Private Hire and Private Parties.
Claudia Escobar born Chilean/Polish is an international award winning fashion and textile designer. TIME Magazine voted Escobars Salmon Skin Leather Bikini ‘coolest invention for fashion of 2003’.
Escobar works with natural, organic, recycled and eco-friendly textiles, these include linen, wool, copper, wood and salmon skin and incorporates handmade and haute couture techniques. Her current work involves the creation of a new ‘conceptual material’.
The essence of Kintyre - Special jewellery by Campbeltown goldsmith Grant Logan, fine collections of original art and studio crafts within Campbeltown's harbour side gallery.
I am a steampunk jewellery artisan with a passion for sourcing and bringing local (south Scotland) crafts and crafters together to sell, socialize and network.
Sui Generis embraces the full spectrum of woodwork: bookbinding (some with carved and wooden bound covers), Carving, Furniture Making and Designing, Joinery, Leaded Light Work, Marquetry, Upholstery, Restoration. These are just a selection of the skills and talents available, by this Master Craftsman.
Colin Adamson's work is influenced by the classical period violin making and he uses this to make copies and new instruments of the distinctive 17th Italian period. All his instruments are hand made using the finest quality wood and traditional woodworking methods.
His varnish is oil based which he prepares himself and great care is taken when varnishing to protect each instrument and enhance it tonal quality to maximum effect.
GalGael build and sail wooden boats in celebration of Scotland's heritage - providing a focal point, around which a whole number of community benefits can unfurl. Engaged in this way, a wide array of pieces have been created, across a broad spectrum of indigenous crafts; from boatbuilding to furniture making, timber framing to blacksmithing, basketweaving to leather carving and granite carving. At times traditional, at others contemporary, they are united by a common theme of integrity of the natural materials used. Indigenous motifs and local history also feature regularly in GalGael’s work.
I'm from the Northeast of Scotland. I design/make contemporary styled bowls and vases from glass and wood: the wood I turn or make on a CNC machine myself and the glass is made by local crafts persons.
Versatile designer and maker of beautiful furniture using locally sourced hardwoods. All pieces are made to commission, ranging from footstools to full kitchens.