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.
A local environmental charity with a range of local arts and crafts courses and classes, all of which are held in our friendly and welcoming city centre location.
Adam Henderson creates intricate yet bold precious metal jewellery inspired by transactions in the modern world.
Alan uses the sensual quality of fine silver to create sculptural pieces of silverware and jewellery. He textures the surface of his work with chasing.
Alana is an emerging jewellery designer and textile artist based in St. Andrews. Her current work embodies a mix of porcelain, fine wool and precious metals.
Alice Bo-Wen Chang is an Edinburgh based jewellery artist, designer and architect. She explores the relationship between body, space and object(s) through her kinetic and structural body sculptures.
Hi my name is Alison and l design and make a unique array of designer dichroic glass jewellery, which comes alive when you move about. l also do a varied selection of hematite jewellery which is known to have healing powers as well as a vast amount of rose quartz, black agate, amethyst, blue howlite and much more. My other craft is stained glass and l have a beautiful selection of designer mirrors, unique lamps, vibrant sun catchers, stunning window and wall panels, lovely glass picture frames and glass gifts.
Amy Christie is an East Lothian based glass artist and photographer. Together with her husband Simon, she runs the Found Gallery in Dunbar and their new gallery in Stockbridge, Edinburgh.
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.
Anne Marquiss uses traditional jewellery techniques and materials to interpret her contemporary, one off designs. She explores surface decoration of silver through acid etching and reflects these marks on hand painted leather ties and adornments that give her work colour and individuality.