Caroline works mainly in silver, incorporating enamel and stones. Inspired by her natural surroundings, she explores textures, patterns, colour and form in her work.
Caroline is a Fife based designer/jeweller who makes bold and unique one-off pieces of jewellery. If asked what inspires her she has no idea where all the shape and form in her head comes from and just allows her thoughts to transfer themselves into the finished work which can make the process very organic and always unique.
Caroline Smith is a jewellery maker based in Edinburgh. Using unusual materials such as broken car lights, she explores structure, line and optical illusion.
Cathrine Holtet mainly works in porcelain, making both functional and decorative pieces.
Scottish textile designer Catriona McLaughlin makes beautiful and unique handmade knitwear accessories from Merino lambswool, cashmere and other luxurious natural fibres.
Using porcelain as a core medium, Cheryl creates hand etched ceramic wall plaques and jewellery. Using collections of vintage photographs and letters as inspiration, she aims to preserve personal histories and sentimental values.
The inspiration for my work is nature. I aim to capture the delicate textures and shapes of nature in metal. After studying natural forms, by drawing and photographing them. I take shapes and textures I find interesting and translate them into designs for jewellery.
Working with silver and found objects to create individual, handmade pieces inspired by the landscape and daily life in the west of Scotland.
Cissyface Vintage is a Scottish craft brand that recycles vintage materials to create innovative and funky jewellery, gifts and homewares.
The City Art Centre has craft as one of its exhibition programming streams and we sell work by local and Scottish makers in our gallery shop.