Aamos designs are well known for playful but confident use of colour and contemporary use of time-honoured woven structures, creating beautiful one-off fashion garments and accessories.
An Tobar is the Arts centre for the islands of Mull and Iona, based in Tobermory and showing a regularly-changing programme of the very best of contemporary visual arts and crafts.
The cafe and shop work by local artists and makers in addition to a range of fair trade crafts and instruments from around the world. An Tobar is committed to promoting local professionals working and living on the islands and maintains the Mull & Iona Artists and Makers Register.
Aurorabearealis is the Studio/Gallery of Susan Phillips stocking both her own Art and Craft work and that of several Highland Artists, Craft Makers and Photographers.
Edinburgh's newest studio complex is home to a diverse range of over 20 artists, designers, makers, photographers and creative businesses.
Birch Tree Trading is located in a lovely old stone built shop in the conservation village of Cawdor, close to Cawdor Castle.
I sell a range of Scottish Crafts and gifts including ceramics, jewellery, cards and prints, candles, bags and accessories, glass, felt and turned wood.
I have tried to source as much as possible from the local area and Highlands. There are so many craft makers in the region who produce beautiful and high quality work that I am adding to the range all the time.
I also stock beautiful art cards and wrapping paper to make gifts special.
Come to Kilberry and visit us at Bole the Gallery! It was established in 2007 by Richard Kennedy as a way of displaying his woodturning but has grown from then. In addition to wooden pieces, Bole displays work by other talented craftspeople and artists including jewellery, art, photography and ceramics. Work includes Painting by Rebecca Barnett and Kathleen Russell, Furniture by Tony Gill, Carving by Phil Ashmanand Jewellery by Ruth Patterson.
In addition to our regular contributors Bole tries to highlight work by other talented art and craftspeople situated in Argyll.
Bonhoga means ‘my spiritual home’ and we hope the gallery has become a home for the arts in Shetland.
Bonhoga Gallery opened in April 1994 at Weisdale Mill and is one of only two four star rated visitor attractions in Shetland. Ten shows are held each year in the Upper Gallery featuring a varied programme of local, national and international art and craft. Also changing ten times annually are the shows in the Lower Gallery, a dedicated space for take away art and craft as well as an exhibition space for both Shetland and the UK’s leading craftmakers.
Also on the premises is a gallery shop stocked with an ever changing array of design-led and innovative products, cards, specialist books and an inspiring range of hand made papers.
The Gallery Café is situated in the south-facing conservatory on the lower ground floor overlooking Kergord Burn and has become very popular with locals and visitor alike. The selection of fresh food, much of which is locally produced, and includes arguably the best scones in Shetland, is complimented by a tempting range of hot and cold drinks.
Brazen is a striking and distinctive jewellery boutique based in the cultural quarter of Glasgow’s Merchant City
Bruntsfield Market - Indoor Food, Craft & Gifts Market (1st & 3rd Saturday's) starting Saturday 2nd March 2013
At Burnbrae we have converted part of the old mill into a studio which is used for classes in embroidery and textile related subjects.