Joachim is a designer and maker of custom built modern furniture and accessories, to commission and also as exhibition pieces. Working mostly in wood, the pieces are designed first as practical objects and second as beautiful forms. This is the result an engineering background combined with a passion for sculpture and a family history of traditional crafts.
I am Self Taught and have been Glass Engraving since 1975 using Stipple and Drill Engraving, often combining the two methods.
I engrave freehand, similar to drawing. I can engrave any subject matter onto any piece of glass or crystal transforming an ordinary object into a work of art. Completed objects can be gifted for many different occasions.
Every item is unique and not mass produced.
Limited only by your imagination, single items or pairs can be produced to your specification.
A piece can take twenty-eight days to complete, so for special occasions I need plenty of advance notice.
Julia Laing is a Scottish craft maker and mixed media artist. She makes a range of quirky & colourful accessories, textile artworks and dolls.
Julia throws and hand-builds simple forms and decorates them with subtle glazes. Intricate hand drawn images are printed on the glazed surfaces and patterned decals are playfully used to create her unusual range of everyday use ceramics.
Commissions from the highly personal to the highly practical.Wood craft and art, custom furniture, artist books.
Karen Smith creates quirky narrative jewellery with a personal touch; burying stories and secret meanings beneath the surface engaging both the wearer and viewer.
Based in rural Perthshire, Karl designs and crafts many styles of custom wooden boxes to the client’s requirements.
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.
Kirsty Anderson creates a world of nostalgia with her textile animal creations, under the name a wooden tree she brings life to previously owned materials, taking discarded house hold fabrics and transforming them into creatures for your home. With this Kirsty also holds various craft workshops for all ages.
Contemporary jewellery and silversmithing inspired by the structures of boats and sea-worn textures. Kirsty works mainly in silver and wood, often incorporating pieces of collected flotsam and uses hammer texturing, folding, forging and raising techniques to create a range of cutlery, bowls, boxes, jewellery and many other objects.