The SSA Craftworkshop is a well established craft centre specialising in Glass fusing, jewellery work, leaded restoration and window construction as well as a wide range of Tiffany stile mirrors, panels and light catchers.
I am based on the west coast of Scotland and I make hand built and hand thrown work in different clays. The concepts and designs for my work most often come from nature or myths.
Unique elegant hand-made silver & gold jewellery and tableware inspired by natural textures & forms.
Angus Open Studios started in 2011 and studios around the area were open from 26th - 30th May. A website and a directory were designed and 6,000 copies of the directory were distributed. 53 artists and craftsmen joined as members and more are joining for 2012.
Based in Glasgow, Anne Lindsay designs contemporary jewellery and silverware, having studied at Edinburgh College of Art and worked with some of Scotland's most respected jewellers. Inspired by unusual patterns and surface textures, Anne's prizewinning work is exhibited in galleries across the UK. Anne works in silver and gold to create individual and unusual jewellery and silverware. Apart from existing designs Anne will work to commission and can also adapt existing designs to suit individual requirements.
The Association is a registered charity and is the umbrella organisation which provides resources and services to affilated Guilds of Weavers, Spinners & Dyers throughout the UK and abroad.
Prettyful is a collection of fused glass jewellery and gifts for the home. Everything is handmade and unique.
Aurorabearealis is the Studio/Gallery of Susan Phillips stocking both her own Art and Craft work and that of several Highland Artists, Craft Makers and Photographers.
Edinburgh's newest studio complex is home to a diverse range of over 20 artists, designers, makers, photographers and creative businesses.
Bonhoga means ‘my spiritual home’ and we hope the gallery has become a home for the arts in Shetland.
Bonhoga Gallery opened in April 1994 at Weisdale Mill and is one of only two four star rated visitor attractions in Shetland. Ten shows are held each year in the Upper Gallery featuring a varied programme of local, national and international art and craft. Also changing ten times annually are the shows in the Lower Gallery, a dedicated space for take away art and craft as well as an exhibition space for both Shetland and the UK’s leading craftmakers.
Also on the premises is a gallery shop stocked with an ever changing array of design-led and innovative products, cards, specialist books and an inspiring range of hand made papers.
The Gallery Café is situated in the south-facing conservatory on the lower ground floor overlooking Kergord Burn and has become very popular with locals and visitor alike. The selection of fresh food, much of which is locally produced, and includes arguably the best scones in Shetland, is complimented by a tempting range of hot and cold drinks.