Jennifer Boulton Designs is a young vibrant textile design and manufacturing business based in the beautiful Scottish highlands. Our designs are unique, quirky and can be made by commission to ensure that the product is bespoke.
All of my original, hand made work is made in Glasgow, Scotland and includes natural ingredients such as silk, tweed, wool and cotton.
I am a tapestry artist. My work is handwoven for public and private commission, and also for exhibition.
Tapestries range in scale from miniature to several metres square.
I studied at Oregon State University for the 3rd year of my Hons Degree from Grays School of art. It was at O.S.U. I first experienced fibre art and textiles as a fine art discipline rather than design.
I have continued to experiment with fibre arts, particularly papermaking, and have been self-employed since graduating with an MA from Manchester Metropolitan University in 1992. I have completed many residencies including 5 months in Taiwan at the Chayoyang University and the Su-Ho Paper Museum.
Josephine Kin Chin Morton is a Chinese Malaysian who is one of very few, if not the only, artisan in the UK who understands the history and symbolism of this unique art form.
Award winning graduate of Duncan of Jordanstone Dundee Judy now creates colourful beautiful scarves, children's capes and interior accessories designed and printed at her studio at Meadowmill Wasps Studios Dundee.
Jules Interiors designs and makes bespoke soft furnishings to their customers requirements giving advice and guidance all the way to the completed project.
Julia Complin is a maker of woven textiles from Fife, Scotland.
I live and work in the Scottish Borders where I design and make contemporary Scottish Textile products. I work mainly using scrap tweeds which are produced locally and combine these with new and other recycled fabrics, vintage buttons and beads to create a unique range of products. These include handbags, shoulder bags, lavender purses, corsages, brooches, lavender hearts, hats, Cannie men, Frumpy Fairies and applique pictures.
I am a mixed media, visual artist based near Edinburgh, Scotland. A constant inspiration for my work is the home and the relationship people have with the objects they put in their homes. I make art by exploring seemingly trivial household objects, and remake these by playfully transforming them, often using them as surrogates for the owner’s body, and, consequently drawing attention to their significance in helping to tell a story about the inhabitants’ life and the culture in which they lived.