GSA Graduate 1997; Design School Prizewinner; Chase Charity Scholarship Award.
Maggie combines making ceramics with her full-time role as Creative Executive for the award winning Craft Town Scotland, a community led initiative and registered charity.
With a selection of old worn hammers I strike a mixture of surfaces onto my tableware. I like the idea of making work look and feel non precious. With each hammer blow I texture the surface making it rough or very subtle. Used with smooth polished edges and touches of gold my aim is to encourage the owner to take their time to feel, explore and enjoy the piece.
We specialise in the design, manufacture and installation of Ecclesiastical, Public and Residential stained glass. This could be a personal door panel for your home, through to the full glass interior of a church. We also work on the conservation of old and damaged stained glass. We cover all areas of Scotland but we would welcome any enquiries from further afield.
I make 'one of a kind' acoustic and electric guitars including six string twelve string single or double neck models....Basses from four to seven string. These are made using as much recycled materials as possible. They are made entirely to the customer's requirements.
I am a quality woodturner of native timber, mostly windblown. My work is very highly regarded in craft circles. I make most items that can be turned or carved, also restoration work.
I work on a relatively small scale as I like to create bowls which can be held in the hand. I also like the challenge of creating work which, although small, has a presence and strength of it's own.
My design preference for simplicity may be a positive reaction to the years I spent working as an architectural/artisan turner in Bath and Glasgow, reproducing, often heavily ornate, traditional designs for listed buildings etc. I now like to make work with a simpler, contemporary feel.
Sandy and Lizz Campbell produce sculptures, woodcarvings, furniture and paintings.
Sheila Kerr's studio is at the Harbourside in Irvine. Visit the studio to see the jewellery artist at work and browse the wide variety of handmade precious metal jewellery for sale.
Sheila Kerr is an Ayrshire Jewellery Artist who creates her designs in her harbourside studio in Irvine in South West Scotland. Primary medium is precious metal - sterling silver, white gold, yellow gold and rose gold.
Gayle is always striving for perfection in her vision to produce beautiful yet affordable handmade silver jewellery.