We are an Art Glass outlet with a coffee bar. Entering our space is similar to being in someones living room. We sell everything from Architectural to fused glass, Jewellery & three dimensional to wall and modesty panels. Our resource centre for glassy people has free wifi and you can request background music of your choice.Commissions are accepted, none too small. We have made everything from entire dinner services to keyrings and jewellery, as well as stained glass windows.
Barbara brings her love of vintage decorative lace, wallpaper/fabrics and architectural features into a contemporary setting by adopting modern techniques and processes.
All the pieces that I produce are from locally sourced or locally found materials they all have a functional yet contemporary edge in a wide range of materials and techniques that marry together to form interesting objects.
A family run gallery working alongside local and Scottish acclaimed artists and craftspeople to provide a wide range of handmade Scottish art and craft gifts.
Home-based crafters who decided to take on the challenge of running events. We support a charity at each of our event offering free space for them to promote their cause.
Edinburgh's newest studio complex is home to a diverse range of over 20 artists, designers, makers, photographers and creative businesses.
Designer wrought iron lighting, furniture and decorative accessories. Everything is handmade to order using traditional blacksmithing skills in our Scottish Forge.
Bespoke Atelier is a surface and textile design studio based in Glasgow, Scotland. They specialise in bespoke screen-printed and digital patterns for public art, interiors, fashion and theatre markets. They create designs to make an impact, but equally to complement and enhance the surfaces on which they appear.
Beth Lamont is a Designer/Maker of wearable, striking statement jewellery. Working exclusively in Parain she designs her ceramic collections from a studio in Edinburgh.
My pieces explore ideas of the embedded object and memory. The found objects I use are metaphors for recovered memory – forms of association and representation. I see these materials as artefacts which have a powerful relationship with the environment I have taken them from. I use objects which pull away from their environments acting as signifiers of residual memory.