Distinctive pottery with five main decorations inspired by the local land and seascape. Each pot is unique although sets can be decorated as similarly as possible. Our Celtic range includes a Quaich, a traditional Scottish drinking cup, the origins of which lie deep in the history of Scotland. All our pots have function as well as style and make suitable gifts and mementos.
I like my work to be, for want of a better word, friendly. The reason for using silver at all is because it is a wonderful, forgiving, pliable material that I can manipulate with complete sympathy. I want the owners and users of my work to enjoy it , so it has to be direct and approachable and tactile.
Engineering in Wood produce quality hardwood furniture, traditional wooden toys, wood-turned items such as bowls, lamps, carved bowls and sculptures to a high standard.
AJ Stockwell's practice is informed by contemporary culture and the interaction between people and environment. Considering ‘nature’ its narrative potential and visceral qualities.
Commissions accepted for dinner sets etc, and tiles.
A.D. Pottery offers a wide range of colourful and decorative terracotta pottery including mugs, jugs, bowls, clocks and tiled mirrors.
Working from her Studio in Carrbridge, Alice Buttress, a Ceramic Artist and Sculptress, makes a wide range of handbuilt and thrown pottery, raku, sculpture, jewellery, and Chainsaw Carvings
Cutting the wood into thin slices, often across the grain reveals the maximum richness, I construct forms where the resultant sequence, is the focus in sculpture, featured in boxes and vessels or a detail in furniture. With an allusion to movement or softness I juxtaposition textures, colour and form, introducing with other joining materials the illusion of precariousness or tenuousness. / I work functionally and creatively, speculatively and to commission, for private or commercial clients and galleries from the workshop which I established in 1984.
Producer of highly original slipcast porcelain. Hand painted using a variety of techniques inspired by the striking and sensitive brushstrokes in Japanese paintings.
The range includes; contemporary and funky giftware, traditional functional tableware, commemorative pieces, and beautifully painted tile panels. Alison has also done a variety of commission work for renowned artist Christine Borland.
Alison McConachie studied glass at Edinburgh College of Art and the Royal College of Art in London. She has been a lecturer on the Glass and Architectural Glass course at Edinburgh College of Art since 1979.