Belinda uses a digital jacquard and other looms to make hangings and accessories.
She loves to bring colour and texture to woven cloth using traditional weave structures from early times, and original newly designed weave structures.
Belinda offers regular weaving classes and taster sessions in weaving and other textile techniques in a custom built weaving studio in rural Aberdeenshire.
Designer wrought iron lighting, furniture and decorative accessories. Everything is handmade to order using traditional blacksmithing skills in our Scottish Forge.
Bespoke Atelier is a surface and textile design studio based in Glasgow, Scotland. They specialise in bespoke screen-printed and digital patterns for public art, interiors, fashion and theatre markets. They create designs to make an impact, but equally to complement and enhance the surfaces on which they appear.
My pieces explore ideas of the embedded object and memory. The found objects I use are metaphors for recovered memory – forms of association and representation. I see these materials as artefacts which have a powerful relationship with the environment I have taken them from. I use objects which pull away from their environments acting as signifiers of residual memory.
Scottish designer Beth Watson takes inspiration from historical sources and contemporary jewellery designs.
Situated on the North Shore of Loch Morar in West Lochaber, Bev Arnold produces a range of quality hand painted glassware. John Arnold produces a range of beautiful photographic images. The designs and the photographs are mainly taken from and inspired by the natural world. Glassware products include wine and whisky glasses. Photographs are mounted or hand framed and also available on small giftware products. We have a small workshop and studio on the shores of Loch Morar where all our products are available.
Beverley is a designer/jeweller/silversmith producing hand raised beakers, bowls and jewellery in precious metals using precious and semi preciuos stones. She is also a part time lecturer at Grays School of Art and self-employed jewellery tutor.
A wide variety of ceramics, including one-of pieces and pieces for limited production, mainly cast with silkscreen decoration.
Creating needle felted marvels!
My interest in glass started from my work as a graphic designer in London and Edinburgh and has slowly grown into a passion for creating unique and original handmade pieces of glass. My inspiration is nature and the beautiful environment of Fife and Scotland and I incorporate beach combing finds and natural materials, amongst others, into some of my contemporary glass pieces.