Kate works to commission and for exhibition on mosaics that range from wall sized hangings to free-standing larger pieces.
Inspired by all things glass‚ and especially fascinated by the diversity and flexibility of warm glass‚ I design and create fused glass art‚ including wall panels‚ coasters‚ window hangers, bowls and jewellery.
Kathryn Williamson jewellery evolved from an interest in the textural quality of silver and the simple sculptural shapes of found objects.Other influences are inspired by Pittenweem beach pebble pottery finds. The seemingly unconnected nature of the pattern has led to the reignition of an interest in a ecletic array of pattern from japanese origami to 70s coffee sets.
These elements are currently being explored in silver through rolled textural surfaces , photoetching and
combining this with enamel, paper / resin and beach pebbles.,
My work involves tapestry weaving with natural fibres. I love exploring weaving with wool, cotton, linen and jute. I weave on an upright scaffold loom but also use small wooden frames for work.
Grian silver smelted into ingot form using a coal fired kiln and then hand milled into sheet or wire silver; then made into hand crafted silver jewellery; the real hand crafted way
Kay Ribbens’ designer hats are created in her tiny turret studio and exhibited in the house.
On display you will find a variety of ceramic works drawing inspiration from the changing landscape, geology and wildlife of Galloway.
Kirsten is a jewellery designer and maker based in Aberdeen. She specialised in using silver and precious or non-precious stones.
Kirsty makes contemporary sterling silver jewellery incorporating texture, textiles and gemstones. Commissions are welcomed.
Weaver, knitter and fibre experimenter based on the West Coast of Scotland.