Inner Wild, wilderness wear for dearhearts
Scottish wilderness and wildlife-inspired hand-knitted, felted, sewn and embroidered textile designs including wearable art and sculptures that help you nurture your inner wild.
Isabelle is a Masterbookbinder based at the OWL & LION, her specialty is 18th Century Leather Binding and marbling and printing traditional decorative papers.
J A Sloan Furniture specialises in Furniture Design, Production & Restoration.
Stunning designer jewellery, distinctively different to other contemporary styles of today. I use a mixture of very thick and thin leathers in a variety of colours combined with beautiful ceramic beads either dipped in pure silver, copper or 24-carat gold, or glazed in many colours.
Janis Embleton of Flight creates a range of high quality hand-woven items which combine the traditional and contemporary. Working in natural fibres, the range of products includes sumptuous scarves and stoles and items for the home such as table linen, cushions, throws and rugs. Also available are one-off framed abstract pieces and wall hangings.
Jennifer Watt was born in Dumfries and graduated at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee .
She lived and worked in Lincolnshire for 27 years before returning to her home near Thornhill in 2000.
Her sculptural work consists of pieces in wood, cement and Limited Edition work in bronze and resin.
Jennifer has exhibited regularly at Royal Glasgow Institute where she won the Inverarity One to One Travel Award in 2010, Visual Arts Scotland in Edinburgh where she won The Powderhall Bronze Award in 2007,and the The Society of Scottish Artists .
'Doodle Stuff' is the name we give our range of beautifully handcrafted contemporary pin badges.
Lochcarron of Scotland manufacture woven fabrics, accessories, Highland wear and knitwear. Over 1,200 patterns of family and clan tartans are available in stock, in a variety of different weights.
Jo Black specialises in designing and making bespoke furniture mainly working on a commission basis.
A collection of the inhabitants of the fantasy land of Celtic Legend. Each figure is an individual sculpture of stoneware and porcelain clays, no moulds are used in production. This gives each piece life and individuality which can be created in no other way. Every one is supplied boxed with its own legend giving a description of its character.