The aims of the Association are to promote a public interest in crafts, market craft business through craft fairs and exhibitions
Patterns of Light sells a variety of unique and beautiful gifts, made in the studio by Jenny and Nic. The shop also sells other carefully selected treasures, many sourced locally.
Sea Drift, Argyll is about loving out coastline and creating from locally found shoreline found objects.
Useful and beautiful objects turned in wood, sometimes decorated with carving, colour or texture.
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.
Robyn Kinsman-Blake combines the warmth and individuality if wood with the fluidity of silver to form tactile, sculptural jewellery with strong visual presence. An Edinburgh College of Art Graduate she now works from her studio in Smailholm in the Scottish Borders.
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.
My jewellery is a celebration of colour and shape, using a variety of materials including Perspex and wood, to create pieces that evoke memories of summer holidays and far flung places.
My work is primarily based on the art forms that can be found in nature, especially deriving from the sea and sea creatures. The wide variety of materials used, challenges the traditional roles of jewellery. Wool, wire, plastics, enamel paints and found objects, are mixed with precious materials such as gold and pearls. The end results are lightweight, sculptural, contemporary forms to adorn the body.