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A working ceramics studio and educational facility. One-one tuition, workshops, regular classes and facility hire. A Community Interest Company.
The main ethos of Dach Crafts is using various woods to make quality functional and decorative products using Scottish raw materials where possible or sustainable or recycled where not.
We make a wide range of products ranging from trivets, placemats and coasters, keyholders, puzzles and pictures to small items such as spurtles, wooden spoons, keyrings and childrens name plaques.
I make a range of slip decorated, ovenproof dishes and bowls which are practical and a pleasure to use. My more individual pieces reflect my love of the rocks and patterns of growth in the hills and shores of Galloway and are more sculptural in character.
Stoneware pottery made by jigger and jolley, hand throwing, and extruder, every piece is assembled and finished by hand and then free hand decorated. We make all our own clay and glazes which are fired to 1300 degrees Centigrade giving a richness and depth of quality, with performance and durability. Inspired by the flora and fauna and abstract themes which make use of our glaze qualities. .
Raku means pleasure enjoyment, and is the name given to this type of pottery.
Lindean Mill Glass is the partnership of David Kaplan and Annica Sandstrom. David Kaplan started blowing glass in the USA, then trained at Edinburgh College of Art and at Orrefors Glass School, before working professionally in Sweden. Annica Sandstrom studied glass and ceramic in Sweden.
The glass studio is internationally renowned for beautifully designed contemporary tableware and an ever changing collection of individual vessels, plates and panels. The work can be seen in major public and private collections in the UK.
Democraft is an on-line booking system for craft courses. You run the workshops - we do all the administration. One link on your web site is all you need.
My designs are inspired by my rural Scottish environment - starry skies, changing landscapes, horizons, the sea. Movement of line and tactility are important features of my work, and some pieces incorporate a further sensory element in the form of aromatic beads that contain the perfume or essential oil of the wearer’s choice.