Trevor makes figurative sculpture using willow and steel. Some are life size, some are giant and some are burnt at festival events, creating a spectacular centre piece.
I use polymer clay as my main medium, but also use lampwork beads that have been hand-crafted by mainly UK based designers.
My designs are unique and different. No two items are ever the same.
I work from home to create these designs but I display and sell my jewellery at the many craft fairs through out the country.
I am also available to host jewellery parties. The host will receive a hand-crafted gift and discount.
Inspired by Scottish landscape I tapestry weave using mostly natural fibres. I specialise in using fungi dyes most of which are sourced in Scotland.
I offer a range of workshops and demonstrations in tapestry weaving and fungi dyeing.
Laura and Peter Beaven, owners of Twist Fibre Craft Studio, are dedicated to rekindling an interest in traditional fibre crafts. Offering supplies and equipment for hand spinning, knitting, weaving, dyeing, felt making and much more.
Tailored instruction and organised workshops and classes are held weekly for all skill levels.
At PELTONIEMI MADE-TO-ORDER we design and hand craft bespoke bags and accessories with finest materials for those with discerned individual taste for skilled craftsmanship and subtle luxury.
Our West-End workshop/showroom & boutique in Aberdeen is also a destination for exclusive collection of carefully selected artisan products and contemporary design.
Distinctive and unique pottery with decorations inspired by the local land and seascape. Celtic knotwork range available which includes the Quaich. Attractive and functional ware making each pot suitable as a gift or a reminder of a special place.
Contemporary glass & metal artist. Like to push boundaries and continuously experiment with materials and techniques to achieve innovative results. Spontaneity, imagination and humour are key ingredients in my work.
The objective of my Felt Making practice is to fuse technical innovation with artistic vision.
Fin Taw was established in 2009, the studio sits in a beautiful forest clearing at Harestanes. My Felts are handcrafted in the studio using traditional and contemporary felt making techniques and fine natural fibres: silk, ultra fine wools, alpaca, angora, and cashmere.
made by val specialises in fairy doors and the ever popular 'sanity savers'
Handthrown porcelain: individual translucent bowls and vases; domestic ware including mugs; jugs; teapots and dinner sets. Commemorative plates and 1/12th scale dolls' house pots. Decoration uses sponged; slip-trailed or marbled slips and oxides. Bowls and vases with carved rims; or layers of sponged slips and oxides; pots with overlaid coloured clay. Fired in electric kiln; some lustred.
Veronica is influenced by ancient Greek pottery and researches Mycenaean and Minoan vases and stirrup jars. Inspiration comes from natural and man-made patterns and the changing colours of the Scottish landscape.