Jane Lannagan produces a wide variety of subject matter which includes local and mediterranean landscapes‚ figurative and abstract works. She uses a contemporary batik technique and aims to achieve great fluidity‚ vibrancy and movement in her pictures.
Toni has begun to see commercial potential in her museum exhibitions work. She also creates willow sculptures with community groups and for private commissions.
Touched by Scotland is Scotland's largest craft gallery. Here you will find design-led work from hundreds of talented Scottish artists and makers.
Tracy Markey is a feltmaker, textile artist and owner of Lagom Felt Studio - a textile art and craft gallery and supplies shop based in Crieff.
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.
Here at UrbanRebel Design we design and make beautifully finished lighting, art and textiles using iconic Harris Tweed. We source our fabric from weavers on Harris and use it to create incredible contemporary pieces for the home. We custom make our stunning lampshades to order in sizes from 10cm to massive one metre! Harris Tweed comes in every colour in the spectrum.
Vicky Stonebridge produces a wide range of craft items, often from recycled materials. Trained as a potter, she is fascinated by utilising waste products and objects from the local environment to create art making something out of anything; small sculptures, pottery, mosaics, driftwood mirrors, jewellery, rag weavings, reclaimed wool & textiles, bags and hats.
eltsket is a product of Shetland. The name itself is suggested by the lovely Shetland dialect word filsket. Playful lightsome, mischievous!
The current Feltsket collection, a reflection of indigenous Shetland birds and animals has been designed to be used as Christmas decorations, but you are sure to want to display them all year. They are versatile and attractive collectibles.
Warped Textiles was established in 2014 by Chantal Balmer Allen, an award winning Scottish Textile Designer and graduate from the renowned Glasgow School of Art.
Robyn draws and works mostly in mixed media, she loves taking photos, capturing little pieces of places. She makes scrapbook jewellery with these photos and with collected twigs, they are one off, unique pieces.