I work mainly in silver, enamel and a speckly effect enamel! Work is very contemporary but I love my work to be worn on a daily basis so it is very practical. Its best described as colourful.
Susie Thompson makes fine, collectable hand-built porcelain. Susie focuses on finely detailed, intricate modelling to a very high standard. She uses traditional skills, brought up to date. She makes delightful small, decorative pieces such as boxes decorated with flowers, as well as the dragons for which she is well known, and much more. The more detailed pieces are often left bisque (unglazed and uncoloured). She also decorates her work with a rainbow of enamels and sometimes lustres. Commissions are welcomed.
Unusual hand-carved stone sculptures, everyday items and unique jewellery pieces. Designed and created by Simone Whiteford.
The thoughts behind this work is about bringing the elegance and mystery from a time we know in history and fuse it with our fashions way today, holding onto the mystery and romance and creating Neo Victorian hats
New and innovative work using various unique processes to produce individual decorative pieces that show the heritage of the wooden vessel in the finished ceramic form, the subtle colours and tones used at the glazing stage ensures that every finished piece is totally unique.
I've been making baskets now for over 25 years - baskets for everyday use, durable, hard-wearing, useful, but at the same time beautifully made.
Weft Blown specialises in handwoven items for you and your home, as well as running weaving and spinning classes for all ages.
Weft Blown is inspired by the weather and it's effect on the surrounding environment to create handwoven items for you and your home.
Papa Stour is a boutique website which exposes and sells work from some of Scotland's brightest and most exciting artists and designers.
Using traditional precious materials and hand skills in a process of construction and repetition, Yvonne creates contemporary studio jewellery with a sculptural presence in which elements fuse and develop beyond their original components in an exploration of volume and movement.