Alison works with clay to create sculptural and functional pieces for the home and garden.
Anne is a freelance textile and stained glass artist, trained at The Glasgow School of Art where she also taught for many years.
Aosdàna is a beautiful gallery, selling traditional and contemporary jewellery, artists books and prints, housed in a restored farm steading near Iona Abbey.
Ardalanish is an organic farm and weaving mill located on The Isle of Mull off Scotland's west coast. Our products range from the finest organic beef and mutton to award winning woollen fabrics and a stunning clothing collection. All of our meat and some of our clothing originates from the native breeds of sheep and cattle which are reared organically right here on our farm. You can buy many of our products on line.
The ceramics we produce are mainly hand thrown on the wheel, including a full range of domestic ware and some individual pieces. All the pots on display are made on the premises; most are thrown from stoneware clay, some of the more contemporary pieces are made of porcelain. The pots are fired to a temperature of 1300 degrees C in our wood burning kiln. The pottery is situated by the southern shore of Loch Creran on the main (A828), Oban to Fort William road.
Baile Mor Books is a one-man studio based on the Isle of Iona producing bespoke books using traditional methods and occasionally unique and quirky materials.
In Blairmore, a short run from Dunoon along the scenic coastal road around the Holy Loch, we work hand in hand with local crafters and artists to provide "accessible and affordable art in a stunning location".
Colin and Susan Woodcock produce paintings, textiles and raku pottery in their studio gallery on the Isle of Tiree. A large selection of our work can be seen in our gallery - Blue Beyond - overlooking the beach at Balemartine with views of the islands of Mull and Iona.
We are all about creating, making and recycling with a good coffee and tasty home baked treats to help us along.
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.
In addition to our regular contributors Bole tries to highlight work by other talented art and craftspeople situated in Argyll.