The Hoxa Tapestry Gallery produces hand woven tapstries, hand woven rugs and art prints. Artists Leila Thomson and daughter Johan, ECA graduates.
I handcraft clay scultures, stonefinished and/or glazed, and handcraft clay pots, hand painted and glazed.
I also draw, original fine art drawings, which I etch in metal to make limited edition etching prints of the images.
On the outskirts of Inverness, a rare opportunity in the Highlands to view representational to abstract 2D and 3D works by some of the areas best artists and makers. Inchmore Gallery also offers a considered choice of other works by reputable British artists in ceramic, bronze and textile works. A sympatheticaly designed gallery combined with a genuine, friendly atmosphere and knowledgable and enthusiastic staff.
Inner Wild, wilderness wear for dearhearts
Scottish wilderness and wildlife-inspired hand-knitted, felted, sewn and embroidered textile designs including wearable art and sculptures that help you nurture your inner wild.
Esther creates textiles using organic materials. Influenced by her highland environment she continues to explore the dimension of fragility and strength: presence and erosion.
Jan Kilpatrick is a well-known teacher of mosaic, embroidered textiles and creative book-making. From her studio in Elphin, 20 minutes drive north of Ullapool, she also produces one-off pieces of mosaic; short runs of hand-printed, embroidered textile goods such as cushions and bags; hand-printed cards; hand-made paper and blank books. Most of her work uses recycled and natural materials and she draws her imagery from the natural environment, increasingly incorporating lyrical text from her own poetry.
Jeanette Sendler is a milliner and textile designer. She designs, teaches and exhibits. Big Cat Textiles invites internationally renowned designer/makers to deliver masterclasses in Fife.
Jennifer Gray (MA RCA) is a Designer/Maker of jewellery and objects. Her work is sold through London based Galleries and Design shops, she also works to commission.
All of my original, hand made work is made in Glasgow, Scotland and includes natural ingredients such as silk, tweed, wool and cotton.
Jenny Pope is a visual artist based in Edinburgh at the Edinburgh Ceramic Studio at Coburg House, working in ceramics, jewellery and sculptural concrete.
She makes unique porcelain and silver brooches and pendants, inspired by the sea. As an avid beachcomber, her work reflects ideas around collecting found man-made objects. Imagery comes from rocks, worn bones and rusty metal.