The Roger Billcliffe Gallery is Scotland’s largest private gallery, occupying five floors of an early 19th century building in the heart of Glasgow. The Gallery specialises in exhibiting the best of Scottish contemporary and 20th century painting and displays UK and European contemporary applied arts - ceramics, jewellery, metalwork, silver and glass.The Gallery is a Craft Council selected gallery and a participant in the Scottish Arts Council’s “Own Art” interest free loan scheme for loans up to £2,000.
Millar's designs for functional silver use the properties of surface and reflection, shade and shadow, allowing the forms to show or conceal their edges with varying surface finishes. He enjoys playing construction games of balance and connections, of weight and apparent lightness.
Individual jewellery that involves the use of gold and includes the development of a unique clamping method for the setting of precious stones.
Jewellery that also combines the use of acrylic with gold and gemstones.
I am a Glasgow based silversmith and jewellery designer. All pieces are created by me from conception through to completion in my tiny studio where I spend many happy hours.
Diyanne Ross is based in the North West Highlands, whilst specialising in Stained Glass, She also works with Mosaic and is an accomplished Oil Painter.
I design furniture and architectural joinery in an Arts & Crafts or Art Nouveau style (1890-1910), from kitchens and garden studios to beds and dining tables, with front doors, bookcases and radiator covers a specialty. I regularly use stained glass, beaten copper, and engravings in my work. Almost everything is bespoke; there are few objects generally for sale.
The Golden Age of Celtic Art and The Art Nouveau movement have inspired Russell to produce, using traditional hand finished methods, intricate and unique pieces of jewellery.
Russell now has a wide range of high quality silver, gold and enamel jewellery, often incorporating semi precious stones, from indigenous to original contemporary style. All pieces are hallmarked by the Scottish assay office in Edinburgh.
James is an enthusiastic skip-raker, one day he was offered a pile of discarded whisky barrels destined for landfill. Rather than use them for firewood, he dreamed up these desirable little pieces – one thing led to another and ‘Rustic Simplicity’ was born!
Inspired by Maths and Physics, Ruth creates contemporary, geometric jewellery, incorporating kinetic elements to encourage interaction from both wearer and viewer.
Original handcrafted jewellery and accessories made primarily from sterling silver and gemstones. Other materials used include feathers, shell, freshwater pearls and slate.
My work is mainly contemporary in style, designs range from everyday wearable items to wedding jewellery and hairpieces, from small simple designs to large statement chainmail pieces.