Lorraine Robson is a ceramic artist/tutor specialising in sculptural hand-built freestanding vessels and wall pieces. Her work is held in collections in the UK and Internationally.
Potter/sculptor working mainly in porcelain.Experimental and original work in porcelain and glass; porcelain metal and wood.
I design and make unique folding chairs, tables and other pieces of furniture for interior use. My work is both contemporary and functional and I generally work in wood although I do introduce other materials such as metal and glass where appropriate.
High-quality traditional and contemporary stringed instruments, including mandolins, guitars and violins/fiddles. Carefully selected timber and fittings, skilled craftsmanship and flair combine to produce distinctive acoustic instruments.
Market Tree Events run monthly Craft & Gift Markets in Edinburgh city centre.
Matthew makes furniture from wood. His work is robust, informal and honest – inspired by the craftsmen of old. The furniture is constructed to allow for the natural movement of wood, which is a living medium with its own history. Matthew works to commission and takes pleasure in translating his customers’ ideas into pieces of furniture that are beautiful, useful and designed to last.
A range of bowls made from Scottish hardwoods.
I create traditional Orkney brides cogs and handcrafted name plates for houses and boats from reclaimed hardwood when possible. I also make handcrafted pens and wine bottle stoppers from various hardwoods available on request.
Morning Glass produce contemporary original stained glass windows, skylights and panels on a commission basis. We can also offer friendly advice on any aspect of stained glass, from initial design to final installation.
Naomi Mcintosh investigates with jewellery/objects how spaces that surround the body are perceived. Thinking of the pieces as ‘Wearable Drawings’ and the body as a landscape.