High quality wooden pens and boxes made from Scottish timbers and select wood veneers.
Fiona's sculptural vessels are physical, expressive of geological processes and embedded with Scottish clays she digs up. Each is unique. Fiona's work can be bought and commissioned from her web-site and from gallery exhibitions.
Fiona runs mobile pottery classes, workshops and projects for adults and children in schools, hospitals and community settings.
One-off non functional pieces for exhibition and commission. Fiona's practice
includes residencies, collaborative projects, research, writing and teaching. She runs the studio Cyan Clayworks.
Francesca Flynn is an award-winning jewellery designer maker. She graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 2012 and is currently practicing as Artist in Residence.
"The world is filled with lifeless boring objects, most become a background. The vision is to create intelligent and playful projects that have a human induced transformation, that evoke personal value, open our imaginations, and make us smile." Fraser Ross
Geoff Forrest works with willow to make traditional baskets, structures and sculptures. He also teaches willow weaving to individuals and groups.
Geoff designs and makes unique high quality wooden jewellery, bangles and combs, which he have come to refer to as "adornment in wood".
Inspired by her love of geometric pattern, 3-dimensional forms and modern culture, her jewellery designs place intricate detailing at the heart of the collections. Her passion for working with high quality materials and processes is integral to the evolution of Georgia’s stylish design aesthetic.
Gerard Carlin of Poetic Stone creates letter cut and stone pieces. Carlins work often features poems cut into stone using hieroglyphics and other ancient alphabets. Other work includes stone carvings, which are used as inspiration for poems, Carlin then embeds the poem within the original stone piece. A printed copy of the poem may be supplied on request.
Gillian Cooper is an artist, writer, tutor and quilter. She trained at Goldsmiths College, London and has exhibited widely in the UK and abroad.