The Scottish Potters Association is a members’ run organisation managed by a twelve strong committee elected each year, under a Chairman elected for three years.
Shaun Hoey designs and crafts six sizes of rocking horses which include horses on bow rockers and safety stands to suit all ages.
Sheila designs and makes contemporary, kiln formed glass panels. Each original piece combines bold and exciting colours with captivating layers, bubbles and engraved details. The range covers free-standing pieces, ideal for any window sill, lightboxes, perfect for internal spaces, and larger leaded panel made using traditional stained glass techniques.
A graduate of the Edinburgh College of Art, Simon Muir is a professional designer with over twenty-years experience making bespoke pieces of furniture.
‘’Siobhan Healy explores the interface between the natural world and abstract images of plant biology . She exploits the raw elemental forces of wind, water and most importantly- light, to ask us to look again at the images we think we know so well, and yet can ignore so easily.“ - Stuart Hepburn.
The SSA is an artist-led membership organisation governed by an elected President and Council, which seeks to promote and encourage experimentation and the "adventurous spirit" in contemporary art.
The design studio specialises in bespoke decorative glass, making stained glass windows, mirrors, vases and jewellery.
Maker of gallery and commissioned glass vessels, objects, sculptures, windows and panels using fusion, leading, painting, and etching techniques for commercial, domestic, ecclesiastical, and public clients. The studio includes a shop displaying current work.
My small-scale sculptures are made from metal safety pins of various sizes, which are welded together to form the shape of birds, fish or insects. I make robins, wrens, barn owls, ladybirds, goldfish and more exotic species such as hummingbirds and penguins.
Susie Thompson makes fine, collectable hand-built porcelain. Susie focuses on finely detailed, intricate modelling to a very high standard. She uses traditional skills, brought up to date. She makes delightful small, decorative pieces such as boxes decorated with flowers, as well as the dragons for which she is well known, and much more. The more detailed pieces are often left bisque (unglazed and uncoloured). She also decorates her work with a rainbow of enamels and sometimes lustres. Commissions are welcomed.