The SSA Craftworkshop is a well established craft centre specialising in Glass fusing, jewellery work, leaded restoration and window construction as well as a wide range of Tiffany stile mirrors, panels and light catchers.
Amanda makes kiln formed glass vessels, playing with gravity in the kiln. Manipulating mass, heat, colour and time aiming to create complex, elusive work that has intense colour and pattern which reacts to the light it is placed in. Using opaque glass powders to construct her work because of its varying translucency as the form elongates during the firing process. The glass is finished using many cold working processes to shape and mark the glass including sandblasting, hand lapping, diamond point and wheel engraving.
Contemporary wheel-thrown ceramics.
ANDEEZARTINWOOD (formally known as Woodland Craft, was founded by Andrew Moore in Meigle, Perthshire, 1986), produces handcarved Scottish wildlife subject matter, carved mirrors, naturally shaped burr bowls and many other carved works to supply retail outlets throughout Scotland, England and at craft shows and direct mail order. Love spoons, unusual kitchenware and I am adding wooden jewellery as from 01/01/2013.
Fursbreck Pottery, based in Orkney, is run by potter Andrew Appleby who produces hand thrown pottery.
Together over the years, husband and wife team have designed and produced a wide variety of hand made crafts. These have ranged from large wooden items such as garden furniture, dolls houses to smaller items such as clocks and candle holders.
Our speciality is designing and hand crafting jewellery boxes, ring and trinket boxes and medium sized memory boxes. All are made from reclaimed timber including oak, beech and mahogany. Marquetry veneers are used to decorate diamond and hexagonal shaped boxes.
I am based on the west coast of Scotland and I make hand built and hand thrown work in different clays. The concepts and designs for my work most often come from nature or myths.
Andy’s pots are wood fired stoneware and porcelain.
Handwoven artisan textiles. Design that imagines answers to our environmental crisis.
Creative Student of the Year at the Creative Fife Awards 2008, contemporary jewellery designer Angela Boag studied Jewellery Design and Silversmithing at Carnegie College, she designs and hand-makes all her jewellery from silver or gold and semi precious stones. Her pieces are unique items inspired by smooth aesthetically pleasing lines and shapes that are then created into tactile and elegant jewellery.