Self-taught potter, moved to Edinburgh in July 2011. Graduated sociology with Master's degree at the University of Szczecin, Poland. Since 2012 the founder and owner of Mud Station Pottery Studio.
My Solution Gifts is an independent online boutique dedicated to offering customers unique, unusual and personal gifts which are not available on the high street.
Contemporary range of jewellery. Made from copper and sterling silver. The range includes earrings, pendants, bangles, brooches, necklaces, hairclasps, runes and finger rings. Wild infused three dimensional jewellery inspired by the scenary of Sutherland.
I produce a range of blown and architectural glassware. My blown pieces are bold and colourful yet incorporate subtle engraving and surface detail. My architectural pieces are contemporary and offer a alternative to a stained glass window, they can also be wall mounted.
The aims of the Association are to promote a public interest in crafts, market craft business through craft fairs and exhibitions
Opened in May 2012, Oil and Glass is a Visual Arts and Glass Studio with gallery outlet. Work created in house by Owner and Artist Shelagh Swanson and invited Artists in Residence.
Panik Gallery is a venue for contemporary Scottish art and design located in the village of Killearn just north of Glasgow. It was set up in 2004 by Glasgow School of Art graduates Paul Brown & Annika Simpson who also operate a textile design studio next door to the gallery.
Showing bimonthly exhibitions of contemporary painting, printmaking and photography as well as design led jewellery, ceramics, glass and textiles from not only established artists and designers but also the talented graduates being produced by the Scottish art schools every year.
Sea Drift, Argyll is about loving out coastline and creating from locally found shoreline found objects.
Working primarily in metal and porcelain Edie takes inspiration from childhood stories and illustrations. This is translated to her jewellery by drawn and carved elements. The allure of the drawn line is something that has always inspired Edie and whilst much of her jewellery is abstract, some pieces present a narrative and by using well known tales, such as Little Red Riding Hood, the viewer can often relate to the piece on a personal level, "contemporary craft can be very insular, by using popular imagery, the work can be understood by everyone".
Rebecca Wilson is a ceramicist based in Coburg House Studios in Edinburgh.
Her work is a collage of imagery and objects, and the recurring theme that brings the disparate areas of inspiration together is temptation – be it a naughty 50’s pinup, a flouncy shiny porcelain figurine, or a big fruity, creamy tart.