3D/2D has more than twenty years experience of organising quality selling events, large and small. We can vouch for the enduring popularity of events that unite makers, artists and designers with the buying public.
The 3D/2D ethos is simple: to provide the buying public with direct access to exhibitors who are selling only their own work.
Sculpture and 2D works using a variety of materials: glass, wood and metal.
I work in steel and create unique sculptures of animals and abstract pieces. Inspiration is drawn from nature, and a fascination for movement, fluidity, lightness and texture. Humour also plays an important part in the creation process, which hopefully is revealed in my work. For me, metal has still an element of surprise and adaptability is crucial. Scale can vary from small items to life-size artwork.
Aileen does Glass Engraving by Hand from her home in Tomintoul, in The Cairngorm National Park.
She hand engraves traditional designs, lettering, pet portraits, buildings, wildlife, etc, using a variety of diamond cutting tools with her drill & a steady hand to get free flowing decorative results.
My work is mainly making Traditionally Crafted Stained Glass Windows, Door Panels, Hanging Panels and Stair Windows. I hot paint and fire details onto glass; I can etch and fuse glass to produce unique effects for any project you can dream of.
I make glass for gardens, water features, glass for fire screens, glass for most locations, inside and outside the home, the potential is endless.
Lighting, furniture, mirrors, door handles, gadgets, clocks, architectural hardware, gates and grills, shop signage , jewellery, props, objet d'art and metal sculpture.
Ramoyle Glass Studio produces contemporary and traditional leaded and fused glass. Commissions, repairs and restoration, including fitting and removal. Based in Glasgow and Dunblane.
Working from her Studio in Carrbridge, Alice Buttress, a Ceramic Artist and Sculptress, makes a wide range of handbuilt and thrown pottery, raku, sculpture, jewellery, and Chainsaw Carvings
One of the world's leading engravers, with work in public, royal and private collections throughout Europe, America and the Far East. The glass ranges from small intimate pieces, to architectural installations which incorporate light and colour. A recipient of many awards and winner of many competitions, her contribution was recognized in 1997, when she was presented with an M.B.E. for services to art and music.
Alison McConachie studied glass at Edinburgh College of Art and the Royal College of Art in London. She has been a lecturer on the Glass and Architectural Glass course at Edinburgh College of Art since 1979.