Light, colour, texture, form: all of these inform my textile work in different ways and the resulting work can be wearable or scupltural.
The Islay Quilters enjoy sharing their talent and skills with members and non-members alike. Through our shop, and website, we have established an international friendship with many quilters throughout the world, and with the help of workshops we have the ability to pass our skills to all who are interested.
Rebecca's jewellery is inspired by delicate, flowing fabrics for their rich textures, agility and softness. Her interests lie in the relationship between textile and metal and her collection demonstrates her exploration of recreating textile like qualities into precious metals.
Resonate Arts House is a contemporary arts platform specialising in fine art by professional artists and emerging talent.
Combining Gallery,artists studios,arts materials shop and teaching venue.
Working with wood is a passion for Richard. Through his highly technical, decorative pieces he is trying to highlight the medium of wood art to a wider audience.
Ronnie moved from Port Patrick on the West Coast of Scotland to North Berwick on the East Coast in 2005. His work is influenced by boats, the sea and our interaction with it. His work is made using a combination of slab, pinch and throwing techniques. He incorporates objects found while beach combing; this might involve melting sea glass into a boat or mounting work on driftwood. All Ronnie’s work is individually made, hand crafted and unique.
Rosy Naylor is a Scotland-based millinery designer. She created her own label ‘hatform’ in 2003 and has since been gaining recognition as an innovative designer both in the UK and internationally. Her work fuses sculpture with millinery, creating original and understated forms for the head.
Roz is a textile artist with over 30 years experience as a designer maker. Specialising in batik, she utilises several textile crafts in combination to make one-off works with a very distinctive style.
We are a small craft group who began attending craft fairs about eight years ago.
We specialise in Woodwork, Textiles & Paper Crafts; creating quality Decorative and Wearable art.
Artistic teddy bears made from Mohair or top quality plush fabric. Bears are made in the traditional way, using cotter pin joints.
All bears are one of a kind and have a swing tag stating name and date of birth, as well as having a sewn in makers tag. Hand sewn noses and glass eyes, some bears are dressed or more traditional bears wear a bell or bow.