Shoreline Studio is a gallery situated in the centre of Aberdour, an historical, conservation village in the south of Fife, twenty minutes drive from Edinburgh.
It is a compact gallery that promotes smaller, quality works of art, exhibiting original paintings, printmaking, ceramics, glass, stained glass, jewellery, sculpture and hand-made greeting cards from artists working in Scotland in six exhibitions annually.
A graduate of the Edinburgh College of Art, Simon Muir is a professional designer with over twenty-years experience making bespoke pieces of furniture.
Jack is a maker of fine bespoke furniture from Scottish hardwoods. His 'look' is highly distinctive - a combination of subtle curves, tall tapers and book-matched symmetry.
‘’Siobhan Healy explores the interface between the natural world and abstract images of plant biology . She exploits the raw elemental forces of wind, water and most importantly- light, to ask us to look again at the images we think we know so well, and yet can ignore so easily.“ - Stuart Hepburn.
Using only locally sourced timber Susan designs and produces bespoke furniture from a workshop just outside Edinburgh. Most pieces are made to commission and Susan enjoys the collaborative process of bringing clients’ ideas to reality.
Sorell are a small company making handcrafted furniture and accessories. They design and produce a small range of furniture as well as working to commission.
Spring Fling is Scotland's premier art and craft open studios event. Each spring a selected group of professional artists and craft makers from Dumfries and Galloway throw open the doors of their studios to the public. The weekend is all about visiting studios, meeting artists and makers and seeing them work in their own environment.
The design studio specialises in bespoke decorative glass, making stained glass windows, mirrors, vases and jewellery.
Steff Norwood has been Making furniture and sculpture in Glasgow since 2000.
Maker of gallery and commissioned glass vessels, objects, sculptures, windows and panels using fusion, leading, painting, and etching techniques for commercial, domestic, ecclesiastical, and public clients. The studio includes a shop displaying current work.